Ireland fans invited to Aviva Stadium for open training session, while extra Euro 2016 tickets secured

Supporters will get the chance to watch the team being put through their paces by Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane next Tuesday.

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IRELAND’S SENIOR FOOTBALL team will hold an open training session at the Aviva Stadium next week ahead of the upcoming friendly with the Netherlands.

It’s a little over three weeks until the Boys in Green kick off their Euro 2016 campaign in France and Martin O’Neill’s men face the Dutch at the Aviva Stadium on Friday, 27 May, before embarking on a week-long training camp in Cork.

Next Tuesday, 24 May, Ireland fans will get a rare opportunity to see the squad train at Lansdowne Road.

Season ticket holders, Club Ireland members, and Jack Charlton Lounge patrons will automatically gain access while any other supporters looking to attend must fill out this form. Gates open at 10.30am.

Meanwhile, it was announced today that more Euro 2016 tickets have been secured by the FAI. The additional 773 tickets brings the total up to 8,107.

According to the FAI statement, the latest batch of tickets will be distributed directly to those loyal supporters who missed out on the Ticket Appeals Portal.

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