If you fancy a day out in Croke Park this Sunday, you can get yourself in the door for less than €20 and see some of the best camogie action in the country.
It’s All-Ireland semi-final time again and this coming Sunday sees a repeat of the 2020 calendar as Galway meet Tipperary in the first game of the day at 2pm while Kilkenny and Cork get to renew rivalries again in the 4pm game.
Tickets for this weekend’s double-header are on sale now, directly via Ticketmaster outlets and priced at €15 for adults or €5 for juveniles.
The caveat with social distancing in place at Croke Park is that if you’re buying tickets, you must buy a ‘block’ of tickets i.e tickets in pods of two or four. Where three people are looking to go to the game, it may be a case of needing to buy four tickets.
With a good glut of tickets sold early around the middle of the pitch, each of the available sections in the lower Cusack stand (only stand open at time of writing) have the bones of 400 tickets available per section, from sections 301 to 310 before turning the corner towards the canal end.
The blue dots above give an indication of the ‘blocks’ that are available in twos, threes, fours and fives.
You can grab tickets here or if you’re not making the trip to Croke Park for the semi-finals, we’ve got you covered with Martin and Áine on full, live commentary this Sunday from 4pm available on air, online and in app.
Kilkenny’s minors and intermediates will also be in camogie action this Saturday. As it stands, the minors are expected in Abbotstown on Saturday afternoon in their minor semi-final while Kilkenny’s intermediate semi-final against Meath has not yet had official venue confirmation.