Club Mayo Dublin have posted some info for members about ticket orders for the Galway match – details here. The short version of same is that if you want to order tickets for June 26th, you need to do so via email (to email@example.com) by this Friday evening and then collect them at Jury’s Croke Park Hotel between 8.30 pm and 9 pm on Wednesday, June 22nd. Tickets are priced at €30 for a plastic seat in the new stand, €25 for the concrete seats.
Throw-in is at 2 pm on the day (it’s the first live televised match that afternoon, the Dubs and Kildare are on at four), which means that the minor semi-final between our lads and Roscommon will throw in at the ungodly hour of midday.
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€20 is more than enough to charge in given the current economic conditions and charge €15 for the not covered section.
It will be the lowest attendance at Mayo/Galway match in McHale park for a very long time.
I heard a fella complaining about the price of tickets today. The same man doesn,t think twice about heading to Anfield a couple of times a year to watch Liverpool???… The few of us that go will just have to shout louder!!!
How many is expected? I’m hearing 20,000 Galway won’t bring many they never do.
If it was €100 – pelting rain – and at two in the morning I’d be there – roaring and shouting like a lunatic for the Green and Red! And whats more I think we will bate them out the gate and Ros as well.
In 1966 North Korea put Italy out of the World cup finals in England. When the Italian team arrived back in Rome airport they were met by their fans who…pelted them with fruit and verbal comment.
Nobody, least of all the players, were in any doubt as to why this happened. By 1970 Italy had contested the next World cup final, by 1982 they won it, lost the 1994 one and won the 2006 one.
Simple when the mind is focused and all stakeholders are aware of whats expected of each other. Rome June 1966 was the re-birth of Italian football.
But that’s only half the story, ontheroad – I read once that when those poor North Koreans returned back to their utopian communist homeland, they were all shipped off to one of the Great Leader’s gulags where most of them perished. Everything in life is relative, I guess …
I’m off to Aldi then to stock up on the fruit, and let it go rotten for pelting! I have to say that I’m very nervous about this game and keeping the faith is difficult, but then again the sight of all the flags in Ros on the way to Castlebar will stir the blood a bit!
Nice one Willie Joe! We will compromise then, if Mayo go belly up this year one half of the players will get fruited and the other half will get gulaged…ok?