FAI slashes price of premium tickets

The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has slashed its ten-year premium ticket scheme by 85 per cent, in a bid to curb its declining revenues.

27th July, 2014
John Delaney: confirmed that premium tickets had been reduced by 85 per cent. Picture: Inpho

The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has slashed its ten-year premium ticket scheme by 85 per cent, in a bid to curb its declining revenues.

At yesterday's agm in Athlone, FAI chief executive John Delaney confirmed that the seats at the Aviva Stadium under the newly-titled Club Ireland project were available from €4,933.

This represents a massive drop from the original pitch in 2008 when the Vantage Club was launched with prices up to €32,000 for...

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