The LGFA have issued a statement reaffirming that the association have “no control over ticket sales” as fans continue to queue online.
The Ticketmaster portal opened on Wednesday morning for the three finals taking place (Junior, Intermediate and Senior). However, tickets are only allowed to be purchased in a pod of two, with no more than three pods available to supporters in one transaction.
The LGFA have stated that it is a requirement for there to be one adult in a pod of six and that Ticketmaster are solely responsible for the sale of tickets.
An LGFA statement read: “The LGFA is also aware that many fans attempting to purchase tickets this morning are experiencing issues with the Ticketmaster system.
“The LGFA has no control over ticket sales and all tickets must be purchased through Ticketmaster, to ensure compliance with Covid regulations.
“The LGFA is working with Ticketmaster to resolve any issues being experienced by spectators this morning.”
The three deciders take place on September 5 in Croke Park. Antrim and Wicklow will contest the Junior final at 11.45am, Westmeath will take on Wexford at 1.45pm in the Intermediate decider before Dublin and Meath go head-to-head in the showpiece event at 4.45pm.