There is some good news for fans looking to get their hands on Ireland v Bosnia tickets in the Aviva
Ireland fans looking to attend Ireland's home playoff clash against Bosnia received some welcome news today when the FAI revealed there will be more tickets going on general sale next Monday.
The first batch of general admission tickets sold out in minutes last week leaving many fans wondering if they will get into the stadium for the do-or-die crucial leg against the Bosnians.
"Premium Level tickets for the second leg game between Republic of Ireland and Bosnia & Herzegovina at Aviva Stadium on Monday, November 16 are still available through Ticketmaster.ie, while more General Admission tickets will be released on Monday, November 2 through Ticketmaster.ie at 11am," read an FAI statement today.
The FAI have yet to reveal if applicants for away tickets have been successful. Ireland are only entitled to 850 tickets for the match in Zenica but sources within the Association have said they are confident supply will meet demand.
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