Monday May 25, 2020

Politicians getting match tickets directly from FAI

Responses to a survey of all 218 TDs and senators has revealed how politicians have requested tickets from the FAI and others have been offered match tickets on a complimentary basis in recent years

31st March, 2019

Politicians, including government ministers, are able to get match tickets for Ireland football internationals direct from the FAI, including some for free, research by The Sunday Business Post has found.

Responses to a survey of all 218 TDs and senators has revealed how politicians have requested tickets from the FAI and others have been offered match tickets on a complimentary basis in recent years.

At least two members of the Oireachtas committee that will question former...

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