The Meeting With Cork This Weekend Is Game 1 Of The All Ireland SFC Quarter Finals For Jim Gavin’s Side

Dublin’s Ciaran Kilkenny looks around for an option to pass the ball to, Dublin face Cork this weekend in game 1 of the All Ireland SFC quarter Final stage

The Provincial championships and qualifiers are done and dusted and this weekend game 1 of the All Ireland SFC quarter finals take place with Dublin facing Cork in Croke Park.

This is the first championship meeting between the sides in six years, they last faced each other in the 2013 All Ireland SFC championship quarter final.

That game took place in Croke Park on the 3rd of August and it was Dublin who came out on top that day on a scoreline of 1-16 to 0-14 with the only goal of the game scored by Jack McCaffrey and Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton finished top scorer for the Sky Blues with 0-06.

Below is the ticket information for general sale and Parnell Park Season Ticket holders for this Saturday’s game which takes place in Croke Park with the match down for a 7pm start.

General Sale:

Tickets went on sale on this morning July 8 July at www.dublingaa.ie/tickets The GAA Ticket Office on Dorset St and in selected Super Valu & Centra stores.

Parnell Pass:

Parnell Pass holders can purchase their tickets in the GAA Ticket Office from Tuesday 9th July until Friday 12th July.

Ticket Office opening hours 10am – 5pm, Tuesday to Friday only. Late opening until 7pm on Tuesday 9th July.

Parnell Pass Tickets will not be available for collection on match days.

Pricing:

Stand – €25

Terrace – €20

Family Tickets: Cusack and Davin Stands

Adults – €25

Juveniles – €5

Students & Senior Citizens (Cusack & Davin Stand Only):

Purchase full price tickets and get rebate of €5 with valid I.D. at Block D, Stiles 1 to 5 in the Cusack Stand (Rebate can only be claimed on entry into the stadium via BLOCK D)

Wheelchair Tickets:

Wheelchair Ticket + Assistant’s ticket: €25