The GAA have announced the ticket details for the highly-anticipated replay clash between Dublin and Kerry in the All-Ireland football final.
The Sam Maguire Cup lay unclaimed following Sunday’s thrilling 1-16 apiece draw in Croke Park with the replay set for Saturday, September 14 with a throw-in time of 6pm.
Tickets will be reduced by a third for the replay with stand tickets priced at €60 and terrace tickets at €30.
Discounted children’s tickets, costing €10, will also be made available to the competing counties.
Conor Lane from Cork, who took charge of last year’s decider, has been confirmed as the referee for the encounter, taking over from Meath’s David Gough.
His umpires on the day will be Kevin Roache, DJ O’Sullivan (both Banteer/Lyre), Ray Hegarty (Bride Rovers) and Pat Kelly (Kilshannig).
Laois’ Maurice Deegan will be the standby referee. The other linesman is David Coldrick (Meath) and the sideline official will be Niall Cullen (Fermanagh).
Stand ticket prices reduced from €80 to €60 for the last football final replay between Dublin and Mayo in 2016 with the price hike only coming into effect this year.
As was the case with Sunday’s clash, tickets will not go on general sale but will be available through clubs in the participating counties. Dublin and Kerry both received in the region of 13,000 tickets for the All-Ireland final though that number is expected to rise for the replay when the allocation for the counties participating in the minor final is divided and handed out.