Finn Harps announce match night arrangements for Dundalk game

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Finn Harps have  announced the arrangements for this Friday night’s game against Dundalk in Ballybofey (kick-off 8pm).

While tickets will be available on the night, supporters are strongly advised to buy tickets in advance and will be available from tomorrow (Wednesday 20th February) from the below outlets to avoid queuing:

Michael Murphy Sports Letterkenny,

The Hatter, Main Street Ballybofey,

McKelvey’s Bar Ballybofey,

Barretts, Ballybofey

McCauley’s Restaurant Lifford,

Mac’s Newsagents Buncrana,

The Coach House Donegal Town,

Kernans  Newtoncunningham.

 

Tickets will be on sale on match night at a kiosk on Navenny Street and also at Chestnut Road (Aldi side) but it is advised to buy your tickets as soon as possible.

Prices are as follows: Adult €12 Concession €10, Secondary School €5, Primary School €5 (FREE if accompanied).  Supporters wishing to access limited seating area will need to purchase regular ticket and then pay the additional €3 inside the ground. We would advise supporters looking to watch the match from the seated area to arrive early due to limited space and will be available on a first come, first served basis.

Supporters are requested to arrive early to avoid congestion near kick-off time and those approaching from the south Donegal direction should allow extra time due to the roadworks.  The Gardai will be assisting on the Donegal Road in the run up to kick-off, but delays are still possible.

We appreciate your co-operation and patience with stop and search stewards at each gate.  Both home and away fans can be searched and supporters are reminded that alcohol is not permitted in the ground.

Traffic Arrangements around Finn Park

Those attending the game are asked to use car-parks situated close to the ground:

Town car park at McElhinney’s; Navenny car park; Supervalu car park

Gardai will be in place to ensure the smooth operation of traffic arrangements around Finn Park.

Sports writer from St Johnston, now based in Letterkenny, with ten years' experience covering sport in Donegal. Was a nominee for NUJ Sports Journalist of the Year in 2010. Honoured by the Donegal Boxing Board in 2016 for his coverage on the sport.

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