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Match Information: Good Friday Football

Club News
// 12 Apr 2017

Dundalk Football Club look forward to welcoming all supporters to our SSE Airtricity League Good Friday Football clash with Bray Wanderers at Oriel Park this weekend. Kick-off is 7.45pm.

Tickets for home supporters are now on advance sale from Oriel Park and will continue through until Friday during office hours, up until ticket booths open that evening. Please note the office will close for lunch between 1.30pm-2pm.

As ever, Stand Tickets are extremely limited.

Matchnight Ticket sales will commence at 6.15pm on Friday, at which time gates open. The home ticket booth is located to the left of the Main Stand entrance.

Our Match Sponsor is Ballymascanlon House Hotel; you can check out their website here and ‘Like’ them on Facebook here.

Bray supporters can purchase their tickets on the night; please proceed to the away entrance (see below map for direction).

Ground and Stand Tickets are available to away supporters. Searches will take place before entry to the Stadium.

Due to laws regarding Good Friday, the bars at Oriel Park will be closed on the day.

The award-winning Dundalk FC Magazine will be on sale outside the Stadium, priced at €3.

Hot food and confectionery will be available within the Stadium.

Supporters are reminded that public parking is NOT permitted in the vicinity of the Stadium on matchdays. Supporters are asked to respect the private property of residents in the area and observe the no-parking restrictions.

General Stand Admission Price
Adult €20
Concession (OAP/Full Time 3rd Level/Second Level) €15
Ground Admission Price
Adult €15
Concession (OAP/Full Time 3rd Level/Second Level) €10
Juvenile (Primary School, 12 or Under) €5

Note: Valid ID must be produced for concession tickets.

Our security personnel will perform a quick search on your way into the ground; we appreciate your co-operation during this process.

Supporters who seek to enter the ground while intoxicated will be refused entry.

Important: People found to be carrying flares will be banned from Oriel Park immediately. Flares can cause serious injury and the club will be treating this action with a zero-tolerance policy.

Yet again, this was an issue at the Drogheda United match and we warn people that, along with the great risks posed by flares, the club face even more severe penalties should this continue to happen.

We are looking forward to an exciting match and a great night out for all. Please co-operate with Security, Stewards and An Garda Síochána.

Please pay close attention to safety messages delivered over the PA and in the Matchday Magazine.

See the map below for further direction.