Ireland v Denmark officially sells out

The FAI have confirmed that the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup play-off second leg against Denmark is sold out.

A limited number of tickets went on pre-sale on Wednesday, and sold out in just seven minutes, while the remainder of the tickets went on sale this morning at 11am.

The boys in green will take on Denmark in Copenhagen before hosting the Danes at the Aviva three days later on November 14th.

Premium tickets – valued at €120 – were snapped up in five minutes this morning, and many fans have taken to social media to express their disappointment at missing out on tickets.

All 2017/18 FAI Season Tickets are valid for the match, but the FAI has warned that “any person who purchases a ticket from unofficial sources at a price above the face value will accept the risk of no entry to the stadium, as there is a mechanism in place to investigate tickets on sale through these outlets and deactivate the ticket.”

According to the FAI, should more tickets become available through Denmark not taking up their full allocation, they will go on public sale.

Written by david_smith

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