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Ireland fans celebrating after Monday's win against Wales.
Ireland fans celebrating after Monday's win against Wales.
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FAI announce ticket details for Ireland's 2018 World Cup play-off

Martin O’Neill’s side will bid for a place at the tournament in Russia with a two-legged tie next month.
Oct 12th 2017, 5:11 PM 30,377 16

Updated Oct 12th 2017, 8:15 PM

IF YOU’RE PLANNING on being there to support the Boys in Green on the final leg of the Road to Russia, ticket details for next month’s play-off have today been announced the Football Association of Ireland.

Thanks to Monday night’s memorable 1-0 victory against Wales in Cardiff, Ireland must win a two-legged tie to secure a place at next summer’s World Cup.

The potential opponents for Martin O’Neill’s side in next Tuesday’s draw will be Croatia, Denmark, Italy or Switzerland. The dates for the first and second legs, which will be confirmed afterwards, are 9-11 and 12-14 November respectively.

Tickets for the home leg, priced from €30 for adults and €20 for kids (excluding booking fees), will go on public sale at 11am on Friday, 20 October.

However, FAI Season Ticket holders, Club Ireland members and Jack Charlton Lounge patrons can avail of an exclusive pre-sale period which starts on Wednesday, 18 October at 11am. This pre-sale is only for the home leg.

Supporters who are interested in travelling to the away leg can submit their ticket applications by registering here.

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