Clubs Initiative March Friendlies

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Updated: January 23, 2017

Please see below note from the FAI for the upcoming games in March a great way for your club to get the kids out to the Aviva

 

The Clubs Initiative for our upcoming games in March 2017. These games will be played against Wales on Friday 24th March and Iceland on Tuesday 28th March.

The confirmed pricing for the upcoming fixtures are as follows:

  • Wales: Adult €20 & Child €10
  • Iceland: Adult €15 & Child €5

There is a strict ratio in place of 2 adults to every 8 children.

Any additional adults outside of this ratio for ROI v Iceland will be charged full price and these extra tickets will not be located with the Clubs Initiative group.

We will however endeavour, where logistically possible, to locate any additional adults in seats/blocks that are accessed through the same turnstile as the main group.

** We are not in a position to facilitate any additional adults outside of the ratio in respect of the Wales fixture**

Please note for 2017 we are introducing a limit on orders in respect of games that are sold out or in high demand. There are only a limited number of seats available for the scheme and by imposing a cap per order we will be able to maximize the number of Clubs that get to avail of the offer.

For the Wales fixture the limit per Club order will be 10 adults and 40 minors.

We kindly request that you now respond by drafting a response to customer-relations@fai.ie and advise your preferred game – Friday 24th March versus Wales or Tuesday 28th March versus Iceland.

Please confirm no later than COB on 3rd February.

We will endeavour to facilitate as many orders as possible. However some Clubs that wish to attend both may be restricted to one.

A member of the ticketing team will contact you directly week beginning 6th February to confirm the order and total cost.

Please note that Credit and Debit card payments are the preferred method of payment. However should you wish to pay by cheque or postal order please ensure that it is made payable to Ticketmaster.

 

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