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    Posted: 19 May 2019 at 3:50pm
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Final is almost €1000 euro for cat 1
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Didn't bother with the public sale in 2016 just waited until we got our allocation.

Might take in a few games this time though seeing as we'll have little travel if we qualify 
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Not sure if I'll bother with the public phase either.

The main thing is that it is not clear which game will be in Spain if we both qualify & if we are away. At the minute, it could literally be any of the games.

The game on 19 June is the only one worth applying for from our group, as the one in Bilbao in the second round is on 20 June.

The last thing you want is to have a ticket for the game in Dublin if we are playing Spain in Bilbao on the same day, as UEFA will not allow you to buy a ticket for two games on the same day.

I might change my mind and apply for final tickets during this phase all the same, even with those mad prices.


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Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

Not sure if I'll bother with the public phase either.

The main thing is that it is not clear which game will be in Spain if we both qualify & if we are away. At the minute, it could literally be any of the games.

The game on 19 June is the only one worth applying for from our group, as the one in Bilbao in the second round is on 20 June.

The last thing you want is to have a ticket for the game in Dublin if we are playing Spain in Bilbao on the same day, as UEFA will not allow you to buy a ticket for two games on the same day.

I might change my mind and apply for final tickets during this phase all the same, even with those mad prices.
Could always sell it on the portal if it comes to that? Think I’ll apply anyway for the Dublin games as would still like to go to the games if we don’t qualify.
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Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

Not sure if I'll bother with the public phase either.

The main thing is that it is not clear which game will be in Spain if we both qualify & if we are away. At the minute, it could literally be any of the games.

The game on 19 June is the only one worth applying for from our group, as the one in Bilbao in the second round is on 20 June.

The last thing you want is to have a ticket for the game in Dublin if we are playing Spain in Bilbao on the same day, as UEFA will not allow you to buy a ticket for two games on the same day.

I might change my mind and apply for final tickets during this phase all the same, even with those mad prices.

So there's no point in using the public sale to get tickets for the Dublin games then ?

I'll probably just applying through the FAI if we get there anyway. Probably be plenty of tickets available through that allocation 
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Originally posted by wanderer wanderer wrote:

Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

Not sure if I'll bother with the public phase either.

The main thing is that it is not clear which game will be in Spain if we both qualify & if we are away. At the minute, it could literally be any of the games.

The game on 19 June is the only one worth applying for from our group, as the one in Bilbao in the second round is on 20 June.

The last thing you want is to have a ticket for the game in Dublin if we are playing Spain in Bilbao on the same day, as UEFA will not allow you to buy a ticket for two games on the same day.

I might change my mind and apply for final tickets during this phase all the same, even with those mad prices.

So there's no point in using the public sale to get tickets for the Dublin games then ?

I'll probably just applying through the FAI if we get there anyway. Probably be plenty of tickets available through that allocation 

I'd imagine fai will get allocated between 5-10 thousand for this if we qualify. Anyone with a decent record will get sorted through them like what happened in 2016.

Anyone that had little or no away record be worthwhile trying to get tickets through the public sale as will be no chance of them getting 1s from fai. People will think having a season ticket will see them getting tickets but can't see that happening
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Originally posted by ringerbell ringerbell wrote:

Originally posted by wanderer wanderer wrote:

Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

Not sure if I'll bother with the public phase either.

The main thing is that it is not clear which game will be in Spain if we both qualify & if we are away. At the minute, it could literally be any of the games.

The game on 19 June is the only one worth applying for from our group, as the one in Bilbao in the second round is on 20 June.

The last thing you want is to have a ticket for the game in Dublin if we are playing Spain in Bilbao on the same day, as UEFA will not allow you to buy a ticket for two games on the same day.

I might change my mind and apply for final tickets during this phase all the same, even with those mad prices.

So there's no point in using the public sale to get tickets for the Dublin games then ?

I'll probably just applying through the FAI if we get there anyway. Probably be plenty of tickets available through that allocation 

I'd imagine fai will get allocated between 5-10 thousand for this if we qualify. Anyone with a decent record will get sorted through them like what happened in 2016.

Anyone that had little or no away record be worthwhile trying to get tickets through the public sale as will be no chance of them getting 1s from fai. People will think having a season ticket will see them getting tickets but can't see that happening
Yeah I agree can't see a season ticket having much effect on its own. It's an away tournament technically so it'll be season ticket and away record.  

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A season ticket will be very far from being enough. You'll definitely need a good away record if we do qualify.

I suppose it is possible to apply for tickets for all the Dublin games which is 50/50 to host all our games if we qualify automatically, will definitely have two Ireland games if we qualify and, even if we are away to Spain in Bilbao, there'll be 1/3 chance that you can get the ticket for the Bilbao game without having to sell the Dublin game ticket, if we are away to Spain in the middle game.

And if we don't qualify, then at least you'll have tickets for all three group games in Dublin.
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Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

A season ticket will be very far from being enough. You'll definitely need a good away record if we do qualify.

I suppose it is possible to apply for tickets for all the Dublin games which is 50/50 to host all our games if we qualify automatically, will definitely have two Ireland games if we qualify and, even if we are away to Spain in Bilbao, there'll be 1/3 chance that you can get the ticket for the Bilbao game without having to sell the Dublin game ticket, if we are away to Spain in the middle game.

And if we don't qualify, then at least you'll have tickets for all three group games in Dublin.

Will probably come back and look at it again after the Denmark game because that will probably give us a fair idea of what our chances might be like.

Either way your probably going to have season ticket holders who only go to home games being left disappointed by the FAI allocation if we qualify.
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thinking of applying for the 4 dublin games, the semis, and the final. Although pretty unlikely that if we qualify and get out of the group we’d play in that 4th Dublin game. 

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Regarding allocation for Euro 2016 what was the story in terms of requirement? I was living abroad so relied on the portal. Was it ST plus away matches or what was the deal
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Originally posted by gmfc90 gmfc90 wrote:

Regarding allocation for Euro 2016 what was the story in terms of requirement? I was living abroad so relied on the portal. Was it ST plus away matches or what was the deal
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Apologies if answered, but if we qualify and then draw to play Spain in Dublin, does that mean all 3 group games would be at home?

Would there also be a potential last 16 game in Dublin?
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€125 for a cat 2 ticket for Dublin geoupnstages - holy jaysus
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We cannot play in Dublin in the Rof16.

If Spain and ourselves qualify directly then we draw lots for the home game.  

If either Spain or ourselves qualify via the playoffs then the team that qualifies directly has home advantage.  

If one of us fails to qualify then the other has 3 home games.  


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Cheers. So essentially 3 potential games in Dublin.

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