Mayo GAA would like to inform all supporters that their Round 1 All-Ireland Football Qualifier game against Monaghan this weekend (Saturday, June 4th at 4:00pm in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park) is an all ticket game and no tickets will be available to purchase at the grounds on the day. Tickets can be purchased in advance via GAA.ie/tickets and in select SuperValu and Centra Stores.
As parking around Hastings Insurance MacHale Park is limited, patrons are advised to arrive early and obey all the stewards and Gardaí on duty inside and outside the ground. Supporters entering the stand can access the stadium via the An Sportlann car park while those entering the Terraces can access the grounds via the turnstiles on McHale Road.
All Mayo GAA supporters are asked to obey all bye-laws and to show consideration for local residents when parking. Parking by fans along the N5 is not recommended for health and safety reasons. There will be ample free car parking spaces for fans within the environs of Castlebar itself.
The gates at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park will open at 2:00pm on Saturday with the game set to start at 4:00pm. Supporters are asked to have their digital tickets ready for scanning on arrival at the turnstiles. Admission cost is €25 for adults, €20 for students /OAP and €5 for Juveniles. Match day programmes will be available to purchase outside and inside the ground.
Mayo GAA would like to take this opportunity to thank all their supporters for their unwavering support. Derry native Barry Cassidy has been appointed as the referee for the game.