Ticket and streaming details for Sligo game

With Christmas safely behind us and another New Year barrelling rapidly in our direction, the start of another year of inter-county action is now but days away.

Mayo’s 2023 season gets underway next Monday, 2nd January, with a New Year’s Senior football challenge match against neighbours Sligo. The game is being played at James Stephens Park, Ballina, where throw-in that afternoon is 1pm.

If you’re planning on heading to the game, the link for tickets for it is here. Adult admission to the game is €10 and game is also being streamed live on Mayo GAA TV, where match passes also cost €10 – the link for that is here.

The game is, as you probably know by now, being held in association with Mayo’s charity partners Mindspace Mayo, with the aim of shining a spotlight on mental health issues. Donations to Mindspace Mayo may be made here.

6 thoughts on “Ticket and streaming details for Sligo game

  1. Hi Folks,

    Happy New Year to you all,

    Planning my trips with Kerry this season and was looking for advice on where to stay ?

    There isint much availability on booking.com in Castlebar the night of the game.

    Any suggestions ?

    Regards & Thanks

  2. @West Kerry, first of congratulations on another successful heist of Sam Maguire…There probably isn’t much hotel availability in around Castlebar, maybe at a King’s ramson, you might find some … probably the same around Killarney…No doubt Putin and his cronies have allot to do with the situation..but price gouging especially in Hotels has been going on in Ireland long before a Russian boot crossed the border into Ukraine at all, in fact it started in the Summer of 2020 with the Staycation … Welcome to Ireland where the market solves all problems…I wonder are their any lobbiests in the Dail representing those who would dearly love to see and stay at an affordable price in another corner of our “fair” Island..I have sorta came to the conclusion that one of the best ideas would be a camper van… even if you never went anywhere in it, your children could live in it!

  3. Anyone else see 2 of the Dubs banter pages on facebook announcing Lee keagans retirement? Ridiculous when nothing official has come out from him whatever he decides though I wish him all the best he owes mayo nothing!

    Looking forward to the match on monday!

  4. A small bit in the Farners Journal this week from James Carr. He is juggling teaching in Ballina, farming and training with Mayo three nights a week.
    Didn’t mention anything about injuries. Hopefully he will get s good run inury free and get really fit. There is no doubt he has the ability. Hopefully he will get a good run in the team next year and develop into a top class intercounty forward.

  5. Clare, @mayofootball on Twitter was at the same Lee Keegan nonsense a few days ago. He goes under the official looking name of Mayo GAA and I think a lot of people took it at face value. One of the downsides to social media I’m afraid. Supposed to be dry and bright on Monday so a good way to blow away the cobwebs. A Mayo game in Ballina isn’t a bad way to start the new year.
    Happy New Year to all involved with the blog especially WJ and to all contributors and readers.

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