Galway GAA launch their 2020 Football Season Ticket Plus

Galway GAA launch their 2020 Football Season Ticket Plus

Galway GAA has launched their Season Ticket Plus  this week for football fans who don’t want to miss out on anything in 2020.

Just to start with, the Season Ticket gives access to all of Galway’s Allianz League games including the play-offs and finals.

“With four big matches at home in division one including games against Mayo and All-Ireland champions Dublin having your season ticket plus will be hugely beneficial with a stand ticket guaranteed for all four“, said Kevin Clancy, Football Chairperson on Galway County Board.

Galway also play Monaghan and Tyrone at home with big games away to Kerry, Donegal and Meath.

The season ticket plus also gets you into all Galway club matches in 2020 including the All-Ireland Finals at Croke Park in January.

As well as all that you get a ticket to the Connacht semi-final should Galway see off New York in early May and access to buy stand ticket for all of Galway’s other championship games.

You’ll also have access to buying a ticket for the All-Ireland Senior Football Final if Galway qualify.

“Its incredible value for an entire season of football. I hope every Galway GAA fan will join us on our journey,” said Padraic Joyce, Galway Senior Football Manager.

The Season Ticket costs €200 and can be purchased online at www.seasonticket.gaa.ie.

Paul Conroy, Galway Senior Footballer, said that this ticket “removes all the worry and all that hassle in people trying to get tickets for matches every year”.

As well as match tickets, buying the season ticket will see you entered into a draw for two adults and two children to enjoy an incredible experience withe senior football team.

This includes getting to attend a private training session with the team ahead of a game.

On match day you’ll get the opportunity to enjoy breakfast with the team on the day of the match, travel on the team bus and get 4 VIP tickets for the match itself.

The prize also includes a visit to the Galway dressing-room after the match and a jersey signed by the senior football team.

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