2023 season tickets are now on sale.
Season tickets for the 2023 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division campaign are now on sale.
The 2023 season promises to be another exciting year for Dundalk Football Club as Stephen O’Donnell embarks on his second campaign at the helm.
Season tickets offer fantastic value to supporters. As well as making huge savings compared to paying on a match-by-match basis across the 18-game SSE Airtricity League campaign, season ticket holders will also have priority ticket access for away games, domestic cup games and next summer’s UEFA Europa Conference League qualifiers.
You are now able to renew or purchase a new season ticket online at the respective links below.
Supporters who renew or purchase a new season ticket online before December 31st, 2022 will be entered into a draw for the chance to be included in the 2023 squad photograph.
Supporters who wish to have their season ticket card personalised in time for Christmas must place their order before Sunday, December 4th, 2022.
Christmas collection dates will be announced in due course.
All orders that are placed from Monday, December 5th, 2022 will not be available until the New Year.
2023 Ticket Prices
We have made some changes to our pricing in the following categories for the season ahead.
Ground season tickets for OAP and third-level students have been reduced to €150, representing a saving of €30 across an 18-game league campaign.
Juvenile match night tickets for the ground remain at €5. A juvenile ground season ticket now costs €60, meaning that U12s enjoy six free games a season.
A maximum of 150 juvenile ground tickets will be available for each home game next season. After this point, tickets will only be available in the other categories.
Juvenile match night tickets for the stand will cost €8 for the 2023 campaign.
Juvenile-allocated stand season tickets are now priced at €120 while a juvenile general stand season ticket now costs €90, representing a saving of €54 across the 18-game league campaign.
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