Tuesday 24 April 2018

Ireland vs Denmark sold out as remaining tickets snapped up in just five minutes

6 October 2017; Daryl Murphy is congratulated by his Republic of Ireland team-mates, from left, Shane Long, Shane Duffy and Stephen Ward after scoring his side's opening goal during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier Group D match between Republic of Ireland and Moldova at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile
6 October 2017; Daryl Murphy is congratulated by his Republic of Ireland team-mates, from left, Shane Long, Shane Duffy and Stephen Ward after scoring his side's opening goal during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier Group D match between Republic of Ireland and Moldova at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

If you haven't already got your hands - or at least your debit card - on an Ireland vs Denmark ticket then you could miss out as the FAI have announced that the World Cup playoff second leg is sold out.

There were a limited number of €120 premium tickets made available in a public sale today at 11am, but they were all gone after just five minutes.

An allocation of tickets was also made available for the second leg tie through a pre-sale on Wednesday for Season Ticket holders, Club Ireland members, Jack Charlton Lounge patrons and Three customers, which sold out in just seven minutes.

Any tickets not taken up by Danish fans will be put on public sale also.

The FAI is still in negotiations with their Danish counterparts over the percentage of tickets Irish fans will receive for the first leg in Copenhagen, with supporters able to apply for tickets to the November 11 encounter through http://away.fai.ie.

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