The Covid restrictions have been lifted, it’s back to full capacity at sporting grounds and the National League starts this coming weekend.
Definitely time, then, for information on ticketing for the Donegal game at Markievicz Park on Sunday (throw-in 1.45pm). Mayo GAA released some information on this very topic earlier on today – that’s here.
As we’re constantly being told, the the post-Covid world will not mean a return to the status quo ante and this is as true of GAA matches as it is about so many other things in life. So the new normal – for Sunday at least, though probably from here on – is that the match is all-ticket, with tickets needing to be got in advance. There won’t be any option to rock up to Markievicz Park and purchase tickets at the ground on the day.
Season ticket holders (both Cáirde Mhaigh Eo and standard season tickets) need to log into their ticket account to access their ticket(s). The plastic season ticket of old is no more – you now have to get each match ticket from your online account and either print it off in paper form or else download it onto your phone.
Tickets for Sunday are now available to obtain from your online account. I’ve just got mine downloaded onto the phone and Mayo GAA are encouraging all season ticket holders to get their tickets sorted in good time ahead of the weekend.
Other tickets for Sunday can either be purchased online (here) or else in physical form at selected SuperValu and Centra outlets. Tickets cost €15 with U16s allowed in free.
Match programmes will, according to that Mayo GAA communication, be available inside the ground on Sunday.
If you’re planning on sitting this one out, TG4 are broadcasting the match live and Midwest will have radio commentary on it as well.