GAA Cancels 2020 Season Tickets Due To Attendance Uncertainty

GAA Cancels 2020 Season Tickets Due To Attendance Uncertainty

The GAA has cancelled season tickets for the 2020 inter-county season.

It has done so due to the uncertainty regarding how many people will be able to attend games when the inter-county season restarts.

A refund of €40 will be given for adult tickets and €10 for juvenile tickets.

In an email from the GAA ticket office to season ticket holders, it was said:

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and with no clarity on the potential number of spectators allowed in attendance for our proposed Inter County Championship later in the year we have been left with no option but to cancel your GAA Season Ticket for 2020.

Your Season Ticket will not be eligible for the remainder of the 2020 Season.

A refund of €40 for all Adult Tickets and €10 for all Juvenile Tickets will be paid into your accounts within the next two weeks.

We have delayed taking this step until now as we hoped that Government guidelines would be eased to the point where we could accommodate all Season Ticket holders to attend their chosen games. This is becoming increasingly uncertain and has led us to make this unwelcome decision.

Thank You for your understanding throughout these uncertain times. Season Tickets will be available for renewal for 2021 which we will contact you about in due course.


The inter-county hurling and football seasons are due to restart in October.

This year's All-Ireland hurling final is scheduled to take place on December 13th while the football final is slated to be played on December 19th.

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