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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby Ezeikial » Fri Oct 06, 2017 4:19 pm

I Just Want to Hear Him Deny It
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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby Ezeikial » Fri Oct 06, 2017 5:45 pm

Tickets are readily available online on the Rovers website for a handling fee of 80c per ticket, with tickets being emailed

http://shamrockrovers.ie/match-tickets/

I expect that tickets are likely to be also available to walk-ups on the evening. Obviously some discretion on wearing colours etc would be wise
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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby magarnagle » Fri Oct 06, 2017 8:09 pm

shedsteve wrote:Heard that Rovers are giving us minimum no. of tickets they can as apparently faeces were found in the away section after league cup final. Dunno if true but deplorable if it is.


Did you read that from the brain donor's on foot.ie? If that had really happened they would be screaming from the rooftops about it straight away, why wait until now? Another deflection away from their behaviour on Sunday

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby thelimerickboy » Sat Oct 07, 2017 5:42 pm

To be a donor implies you have something to donate, I don't think they qualify over there.

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby mike » Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:33 pm

Ezeikial wrote:Tickets are readily available online on the Rovers website for a handling fee of 80c per ticket, with tickets being emailed

http://shamrockrovers.ie/match-tickets/

I expect that tickets are likely to be also available to walk-ups on the evening. Obviously some discretion on wearing colours etc would be wise


Nice one, I had a look at that link, tickets available to buy and good system emailing, but it doesn't say what stand.

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby GSBellew » Sat Oct 07, 2017 11:36 pm

mike wrote:
Ezeikial wrote:Tickets are readily available online on the Rovers website for a handling fee of 80c per ticket, with tickets being emailed

http://shamrockrovers.ie/match-tickets/

I expect that tickets are likely to be also available to walk-ups on the evening. Obviously some discretion on wearing colours etc would be wise


Nice one, I had a look at that link, tickets available to buy and good system emailing, but it doesn't say what stand.


They are going to be in the home section anyway. I bought tickets for a league game on their site &
had the option of away adult, that option is not there for this game.

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby Ezeikial » Sun Oct 08, 2017 3:50 pm

If we get through to the FAI Cup Final, it appears that Chris Shields could be back in contention

Kenny 'hopeful' Chris Shields will return before season finishes
THE MIDFIELDER WAS ORIGINALLY RULED OUT THROUGH INJURY


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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby oldfogey » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:48 pm

Ezeikial wrote:If we get through to the FAI Cup Final, it appears that Chris Shields could be back in contention

Kenny 'hopeful' Chris Shields will return before season finishes
THE MIDFIELDER WAS ORIGINALLY RULED OUT THROUGH INJURY


http://www.dundalkdemocrat.ie/news/nati ... eason.html


He was reportedly seen doing light running before the Harps game.(OFF the playing surface in case anyone is worried)

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby James09 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:47 am

Still a bit early I know but I presume we will be located in the same end we have been for the past 2 cup finals. The view from behind the goals in brutal so don't fancy standing behind the goals again.

Can anyone remember how much the coopeate seats were for the last cup final? I'd much rather pay the extra for better seats and easy bar access would be a added bonus!
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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby dundalkfc1903 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:08 am

James09 wrote:Still a bit early I know but I presume we will be located in the same end we have been for the past 2 cup finals. The view from behind the goals in brutal so don't fancy standing behind the goals again.

Can anyone remember how much the coopeate seats were for the last cup final? I'd much rather pay the extra for better seats and easy bar access would be a added bonus!


€30 for premium. Paid for premium in 2015, stood behind the goals last year. I'm going to go back to the premium level this year. Not much atmosphere but a perfect view and good access to everything.

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby 0rl » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:26 am

dundalkfc1903 wrote:
James09 wrote:Still a bit early I know but I presume we will be located in the same end we have been for the past 2 cup finals. The view from behind the goals in brutal so don't fancy standing behind the goals again.

Can anyone remember how much the coopeate seats were for the last cup final? I'd much rather pay the extra for better seats and easy bar access would be a added bonus!


€30 for premium. Paid for premium in 2015, stood behind the goals last year. I'm going to go back to the premium level this year. Not much atmosphere but a perfect view and good access to everything.



What ticket does the Ireland International season ticket include for the FAI cup final? Is it general admission or Premium?

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby oldfogey » Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:47 pm

0rl wrote:
dundalkfc1903 wrote:
James09 wrote:Still a bit early I know but I presume we will be located in the same end we have been for the past 2 cup finals. The view from behind the goals in brutal so don't fancy standing behind the goals again.

Can anyone remember how much the coopeate seats were for the last cup final? I'd much rather pay the extra for better seats and easy bar access would be a added bonus!


€30 for premium. Paid for premium in 2015, stood behind the goals last year. I'm going to go back to the premium level this year. Not much atmosphere but a perfect view and good access to everything.



What ticket does the Ireland International season ticket include for the FAI cup final? Is it general admission or Premium?


From memory the season tickets holders were all directed to the Premium (or maybe even Box) level. Its easy as they just change the profile on the scanners.

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby Louth4sam » Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:53 pm

0rl wrote:
dundalkfc1903 wrote:
James09 wrote:Still a bit early I know but I presume we will be located in the same end we have been for the past 2 cup finals. The view from behind the goals in brutal so don't fancy standing behind the goals again.

Can anyone remember how much the coopeate seats were for the last cup final? I'd much rather pay the extra for better seats and easy bar access would be a added bonus!


€30 for premium. Paid for premium in 2015, stood behind the goals last year. I'm going to go back to the premium level this year. Not much atmosphere but a perfect view and good access to everything.



What ticket does the Ireland International season ticket include for the FAI cup final? Is it general admission or Premium?


Premium level. You'll get mailed a code where you can download tickets
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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby tip on » Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:25 pm

I hope That They release a couple of blocks initially rather than just corner lower tier and behind the goals. The people who buy first shouldn't be left with the worst seats.

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Re: FAI Senior Cup 2017

Postby niall_hearty2000 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:23 pm

Open the entire ground on general sale. Dundalk fans don't want to sit with cork fans and vice versa.. just say dundalk fans West stand cork East etc. Season ticket holders getting priority for this are actually shafted as we get the worst tickets. I held out last season and bought kn ticket master. Got great view but ended up in the opposite stand might have been West not sure. The atmosphere in it was dead. It's as if the FAI want it to fail. Look they are guaranteed about 25000 fans just open the thing up and put all tickets on general sale that way groups of fans who travel together can sit together. Remember cup finals are family occasions were people who don't normally go, attend a game.
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