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Going, going, gone - 2014 Dublin football stand season tickets are sold out

The GAA season ticket option for 2014 was launched today.

Dublin's Bernard Brogan lifts the Sam Maguire in front of supporters.
Dublin's Bernard Brogan lifts the Sam Maguire in front of supporters.
Image: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

IT’S 53 DAYS since Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton lifted the Sam Maguire but the county’s supporters are already starting to look to 2014.

And the Dublin football stand category in the GAA’s 2014 season tickets scheme has already sold out

The official launch of the scheme took place at Croke Park today and it was confirmed that on the back of Dublin football season tickets selling out completely last year, the renewal rates have ensured the 2014 stand section is already sold out.

There are still a limited number of Hill 16 Dublin football season tickets available in what is the sixth year of the season ticket scheme. Almost 14,000 people availed of the ticket deal this year.

The base price of €85 for adults and €10 for juveniles has remained in place for next year which provides access for your selected county and code (hurling or football) to the following games:

  • Allianz league games in the selected code including semi-finals, finals or relegation play-off.s
  • AIB senior club championship finals on St Patrick’s Day in Croke Park.
  • AIB junior and intermediate All-Ireland finals in selected code.
  • Further special offers for various GAA fixtures

Every season ticket holder can also qualify for an All-Ireland ticket if their chosen county reaches the final, by having attended 60% of the county’s league and championship matches.

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Donegal’s Paul Durcan and Clare’s David McInerney at today’s launch
Pic: Sportsfile

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