Hundreds of tickets for Ireland-Bosnia clash to go on sale at 3pm
Published 16/11/2015 | 14:51
Get clicking! The FAI have announced that a batch of tickets, believed to be a couple hundred, will go on sale at 3pm today for tonight's crucial play-off second leg between the Republic of Ireland and Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Aviva Stadium.
The Bosnian football association has returned the tickets after failing to sell their allocation for the game.
In a statement today, the FAI said: "The Football Association of Ireland would like to announce that a number of tickets from the Bosnia & Herzegovina FA have been returned, today. These ‘Returns’ should have been made known to the FAI four days prior to kick-off, under agreement between both associations.
2These tickets, priced €50 each, are in a zone segregated from the Bosnia & Herzegovina supporters, and will be available for sale from 3pm today, on Ticketmaster.ie."
The Bosnian FA took up the full 5pc allocation of 2,500 tickets for the second leg but failed to sell them all.