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Unanimous Outrage As Ireland V Denmark Tickets Vanish In Seconds

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The general ticket sale for Ireland’s upcoming World Cup play-off against Denmark has seen a horde of fans left disappointed.

With the FAI warning supporters in advance that only premium level tickets would be remaining after Wednesday’s pre-sale sold out in seven minutes, many Irish fans were still prepared to pay the extra money to witness the final match for Martin O’Neill’s side before potential qualification for next year’s World Cup.

However, the message that that greeted users on the FAI’s Ticketmaster page at 11am – the time that the sale was due to begin – was that there were no tickets available for purchase, suggesting that they all been snapped up in record time.

Naturally, the reaction to this has been of outrage as many Ireland fans will now be left ticketless for the biggest international football match to be staged at the Aviva in two years:

Neither the FAI nor Ticketmaster have yet commented on the issue, to indicate when (or, indeed, if) more Aviva tickets will be made available on general sale.


On this week’s episode of the Mixer Irish football podcast, we’re joined by ex-Cork City players Neal Horgan and Derek Coughlan to look back on the Leesiders’ title-winning season, as well as reaction Ireland’s World Cup play-off draw and the usual League of Ireland round-up.

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