Over 65,000 thousand fans flocked to Croke Park last Sunday for the first double-header of the All-Ireland quarter-finals, as Kerry saw off Galway and Roscommon could not be separated from Mayo.
This Saturday, demand for tickets will go up again, as Dublin play their quarter-final against Monaghan, while Ulster champions Tyrone take on Armagh.
The game is being billed as a sell-out, with over 82,000 expected at Jones’ Road.
While many fans were left disappointed, it appears that they may have another chance to pick up tickets for the day.
Speaking to 2FM, GAA Director of Communications Alan Milton explained that they will be releasing more tickets for the event.
“We’re expecting to be in a position tomorrow to put more tickets on public sale for Saturday.
“There were always extra tickets for sale on Sunday and Monday, but Saturday was the crunch one, given the profiles of the four counties involved.
“Keep an eye on GAA.ie, that’s where they’ll go and there’ll be an allocation expected to go to SuperValu and Centra stores as well.
“There’ll be a finite amount – we don’t know what we’re getting back from the counties yet, but we know we’ll have something, so keep an eye out tomorrow is the message.”
It’s sure to be a cracker of a day on Saturday…
Make sure to check out the latest episode of The 16th Man GAA podcast, where we look ahead to all the weekend’s action.