Lilywhites get set for big week of cup action
Dundalk FC put their SSE Airtricity League title defence to one side for the next seven days as we embark on a big week of cup action – and we’re calling on supporters to get behind the team in two huge ties.
The Lilywhites head south to the RSC tomorrow (Monday 9 September) for an FAI Cup quarter-final with Waterford FC (kick-off 7.45pm) before a trip north on Saturday (14 September) for the EA SPORTS Cup final vs Derry City at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium (kick-off 8pm).
Our away support has been fantastic this season, with the Lilywhite faithful travelling in numbers everywhere from Ballybofey to Bratislava and the RSC to Riga.
Your support on the road is always a huge boost for the team, and now we’re calling on you to cheer on the lads again for two huge games that will have a large bearing on the rest of the season.
We know that this week’s trips and kick-off times are not ideal for travelling fans but your support, as ever, will be crucial as Vinny Perth’s men look to extend an incredible run of domestic form.
Tickets for tomorrow night’s FAI Cup quarter-final vs Waterford are available to purchase online at waterfordfc.ie/tickets. Tickets are priced €15 adult, €10 concession and €5 juveniles (under-14s).
EA Sports Cup final tickets are available to purchase from the Oriel Park office only, from Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm. Tickets are limited and we fully expect our initial allocation of just under 800 to sellout, so please buy early and secure your seat for the big game.
Final tickets cost €15 adult, €12 concession and €4 juveniles (under-12s), so pick up your ticket early this week and let’s fill the away end with a sea of black and white.
HALF-PRICE KIT SALE
To help with that, don’t forget our half-price sale on all Dundalk FC kit and training wear, as we count down to the cup final.
There are 50% savings up for grabs on all CX+ Sport gear – excluing our Temple St kit – so get yourself into the Oriel Park merchandise shop this week to pick up a bargain.
The club shop is open Monday – Friday from 10am – 5pm and then again next Saturday from 10am – 3pm, for the closing day of the sale, before we head north to Derry looking to secure the first silverware of the season.