Ticket Orders for Ulster Final need to be with Clubs by tomorrow morning. Portals for general public should open this weekend.

Capacity for the Ulster final between Donegal and Derry in Clones on Sunday May 29th will be around 26,000. Derry football is on a high, their fans will travel in large numbers and close to full capacity is anticipated. Nevertheless, it is also expected tickets will be available for all who want them and the Donegal squad know their loyal fans will also be there in force with their “hats, flags and scarves” to more than match the Oak Leaf crowd.


GAA club members have first preference and each club in the county have been asked to submit their requirements to the County Administrator by lunchtime on Thursday. All clubs have notified their members via social media, club notes etc of ticket prices and the need to get their orders in by Thursday morning. The prices of tickets are as follows:



Gerry Arthurs Stand  STG  EURO 
Adult £30 € 35
Senior Concession £20 € 25
Pat McGrane / Eastern Stand  
Adult £25 € 30
Senior Concession £17 € 20
Juvenile £5 € 5
The Hill / O’Duffy Terrace 
Adult £17 € 20
Juvenile £5 € 5



There are also group passes available as follows: two adults with every 10 juveniles’ cost is €80  orders to be placed on the order form.


For the wider public, tickets will go on general sale after the Ulster Council have satisfied the requirements of the clubs. Thus, it will be Friday at the earliest, and possibly later, before tickets go on sale. Tickets will then become available via the Ulster GAA website and at selected Centra and SuperValu stores. The link to the online site for ticket purchase will also be on the landing page of www.donegalgaa.ie