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Mayo to receive 16,500 tickets for All-Ireland final

Sunday, 3rd September, 2017 11:10pm

Mayo to receive 16,500 tickets for All-Ireland final

MAYO will receive in the region of 16,500 tickets for the All-Ireland SFC final against Dublin at Croke Park on September 17, writes John Brennan.

The figure has been confirmed by Mike Connelly, chairman, Mayo County Board.

The allocation incorporates the 3,500/4,000 season ticket holders. 

According to Mr. Connelly, the season ticket allocaion looks after “our big big supporter, the onea who go to every match day.” 

Mayo's support base has averaged between 12,000 and 14,000 throughout the National League campaign and between 15,000 and 16,000 during the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.

“That’s massive and we are probably the next best outside of Dublin,” he added.

GAA clubs in the county will be notified of their allocation over the coming days. 

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