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GAA fans heading to Galway urged to get there early

Donegal supporters have been urged to get to the game early on Sunday.

Donegal supporters have been urged to get to the game early on Sunday.

 

GAA officials in Galway are appealing to Donegal supporters travelling for Sunday’s National Football League game to get there early.

The Galway Rally also taking place this weekend and there will be increased traffic in the Salthill and Tuam areas.

Sunday’s game at Pease Stadium starts at 2pm and it’s likely that Donegal fans will travel in large numbers for the Division Two clash.

John Hynes, secretary of the Galway County Board, is urging supporters to help avoid any congestion prior to the game.

“We request all supporters attending the game to arrive early and to be conscious, mindful and respectful to the needs of local residents,” he said.

“Marshals will be posted on duty outside the stadium to guide supporters to the designated car parks and to advise patrons not to park illegally or irresponsibly.”

Entry to the game will be by ticket only. Tickets purchased in advance (before match day) will cost €10, whereas tickets purchased on match day, outside the stadium, will cost €15.

The concession price for students and senior citizens is €10 and there is no admission charge for juveniles (U16).

 
 
 

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