The GAA has announced a reduction of €5 on all adult stand prices and terrace prices for this year’s GAA Football and Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championships up to and including semi finals.
The reduction in price should help increase attendances which have fallen below levels previously seen while also showing the GAA determination to provide fans with value for money.
A statement on the GAA.ie, the official site of the GAA said “The GAA recognises the need to encourage patrons to attend our games and this price cut signals our intent to ensure our supporters continue to engage with and follow our Championship games.” Uachtarán Chumann Luthchleas Gael Criostóir Ó Cuana
Prices for the opening round of the GAA All-Ireland Qualifiers in both codes have been reduced to €15 for entry to the stand and €10 for terrace. Juveniles can enter the stand for €5 or the terrace free of charge.
Up until the semi-finals clubs can also avail of group passes for adult members which are €10 each, as well as another group offer where juveniles enter for €3 with one adult gaining free entry for every ten children.
Ticket prices for the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Finals in 2011 will be €80.
Sportsnewsireland.com will have live score updates on all GAA Championship matches over the summer.