'Limited number' of Nally Terrace tickets go on public sale for All-Ireland Hurling final

'Limited number' of Nally Terrace tickets go on public sale for All-Ireland Hurling final

A "limited number" of terrace tickets for Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling final have gone on public sale.

Tickets for the final are distributed through GAA clubs and county boards across the country, with the majority going to the competing counties, but some Nally Terrace tickets have come up for sale online.

The tickets are priced at €45.

Kilkenny and Tipperary are meeting in the final for the seventh time in 11 years, including one replay in 2014.

Their 2014 (drawn game) and 2016 finals also saw some tickets go on public sale days before the game.

Kilkenny are also in the minor final, where they face three-in-a-row chasers Galway.

The GAA announced a rise in ticket prices last January, with stand tickets for the final increased by €10 to €90, and terrace tickets raised by €5.

You can buy tickets here.

Quirke's Football Podcast: Kerry's leaders stand up but fresh approach needed for Gavin's 'Avengers'

More on this topic

Personal touch lured O’Connor to LilywhitesPersonal touch lured O’Connor to Lilywhites

English: Tweak system to help Munster championsEnglish: Tweak system to help Munster champions

Cluxton should get footballer of the year awardCluxton should get footballer of the year award

Tipperary's Jerome Cahill named U-20 Hurler of the YearTipperary's Jerome Cahill named U-20 Hurler of the Year


More in this Section

Shouldering the nation’s hopes: three players Ireland cannot afford to loseShouldering the nation’s hopes: three players Ireland cannot afford to lose

McIlroy off to nightmare start at WentworthMcIlroy off to nightmare start at Wentworth

Spurs slip-up as City bounce back – 5 things we learned from Champions LeagueSpurs slip-up as City bounce back – 5 things we learned from Champions League

Shakhtar are no pushovers and can still cause us problems at Etihad – GuardiolaShakhtar are no pushovers and can still cause us problems at Etihad – Guardiola


Lifestyle

There are literally hundreds of free events on offer this evening for kids and adults on Culture Night. Marjorie Brennan selects the best of them, in Cork and beyondCulture Night: Get out and make the most of it

The American heritage brand has put together a collection inspired by the most stylish Friends character.This is why Rachel Green’s style is the epitome of Ralph Lauren – as a new collection is announced

When starting out as a comedian, Cork man Andrew Ryan decided to go to straight to London, sidestepping the usual starting ground of Irish clubs and pubs.Cork comedian Andrew Ryan is 'a cross between Ardal O’Hanlon and Ed Byrne'

Rachel Marie Walsh knows the best eyeliners to try this season.Beauty is in the eye of the beholder: Essential eyeliners for a killer look

More From The Irish Examiner