GAA confirm that Dublin-Tyrone tickets will go on sale 'over the next 24 hours' amid confusion
Anxious Dublin and Tyrone fans will have to wait for their chance to get their hands on coveted tickets for their All-Ireland semi-final clash on August 27.
Tickets for the first semi-final between Munster champions Kerry and Mayo are available on Tickets.ie.
There was confusion this morning after a number of fan sites circulated information that the tickets for the showdown between Mickey Harte's men and the reigning All-Ireland champions were going on sale at 10am today online and from usual outlets.
The GAA and Tickets.ie have taken to social media to confirm that the tickets will be released over the next 24 hours but are not currently available.
Tickets on sale tomorrow morning at 10am from tickets.ie, participating Centra and Supervalu stores and usual... https://t.co/HpR8m75k7l— Hill 16 Army (@Hill16Army) August 7, 2017
Tickets for the first All Ireland Football Semi Final are now on sale, we are awaiting confirmation for the on sale of the Second Semi Final— tickets.ie (@tickets_ie) August 8, 2017
Thanks for your patience everyone, please standby for official announcements. https://t.co/Cho7kNerOk— tickets.ie (@tickets_ie) August 8, 2017