GAA announce increase on All-Ireland Series ticket prices

UEFA has reserved Croke Park as a potential public viewing venue for the final
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The GAA have announced their ticket prices for the remainder of the All-Ireland championship, which have increased from last year’s prices.

Tickets for the 2024 All-Ireland hurling and football finals will be priced at €100 (stand) and €55 (terrace), an increase of €10 and €5 respectively on 2023 prices. Ticket prices for quarter-finals and semi-finals have also increased by €5.

This is the first increase on All-Ireland final ticket prices since 2019, and the second in 14 years, and is part of a ticketing review which featured discounts during the Allianz Leagues.

That saw the new ‘3 for 2′ offers throughout the All-Ireland series games and GAA membership discounts of €5 issued via Foireann for the Allianz League finals and again for the upcoming football and hurling preliminary quarter-finals.

The GAA say that “revenue generated from our fixtures will increase our club grants for the redevelopment of pitches and club facilities from €3m in 2023 to €4.5m in 2024 and allow the Association to commit to allocating €5m for club facilities in 2025.

“As part of its redistribution model the GAA seeks to re-invest a minimum of 83% annually of its revenues generated back across its network in support of all its affiliated units.

“The additional ticket revenues generated will underpin a continued growth in our investment into Coaching and Games (€12m), Infrastructural Redevelopment of our County Grounds and Venues (€5m) and the continued capacity to assist club infrastructure through the GAA’s Club Development Fund Scheme.

“As usual, tickets for All-Ireland Finals will be distributed via our club and county network.”