Donegal take on Tyrone for the 49th time in the National League tomorrow evening under lights in Ballybofey. The last time they played in Ballybofey, in 2020, Donegal ran out four point winners in a high scoring 2-17 to 2-13 win. Last year in Omagh Donegal also triumphed, 0-18 to 0-16, but since then Tyrone had six points to spare in the Ulster Championship in Enniskillen last July and kicked on from there to be crowned All-Ireland Champions. Both are on three points from three games in the 2022 Allianz League and looking for a valuable win to bolster the chances of Division 1 football in 2023.
Throw-in for the game is 7.30 pm. The links for tickets for this game, and for the hurlers against Wicklow in Aughrim, can be purchased via the Donegal GAA website, at selected Centra and SuperValu stores or on tickets.ie.
Admission for adults for the football is €15 and for the hurling is €10. There are no concessions for OAPs or for students but juveniles (u-16s) are free if accompanied by an adult. This includes seats in the stand which are on a “first come first served basis”. Access to the stand will only be via the turnstiles at the Villa Rose/ Jackson side of the ground. Disabled parking (blue badge permit holders only) will also be at the Villa Rose/ Jacksons side (note that parking is limited so plan to come early if requiring a space).