TICKETING UPDATE

Bohemians v Finn Harps - Preseason Friendly

Just a quick update regarding ticketing for some of our upcoming games, which we hope you will help us share among non-members/fellow supporters.

BOHEMIANS v DUNDALK (Friday May 10)

Tickets for Friday’s game are selling more quickly than most of our fixtures this season to date and should sell out by Friday if not beforehand.

As for all home games, tickets are available from tickets.bohemians.ie. Please ensure you have selected both the correct fixture and correct stand before proceeding with payment. 

Like Friday’s game against Cork City, we are not permitted to put Bohs fans in the Des Kelly Stand due to segregation requirements. Stewards have the right to refuse entry/remove Bohs fans from the Des Kelly Stand.

ST PATRICK’S ATHLETIC v BOHEMIANS (Friday May 17)

Well over a half of our allocation for the following Friday’s game away to St Patrick’s Athletic have been sold.

Tickets are on sale from the main office/Jimmy O’Connor’s office (car park at Block A of Jodi Stand) from 10am-3.30pm from tomorrow until Friday.

Any remaining tickets will be on sale from Jimmy O’Connor’s office after our home game against Dundalk this Friday.

There will be no tickets on sale from Richmond Park on matchnight for away supporters. Do not travel to Inchicore without a ticket.

BOHEMIANS v SHAMROCK ROVERS (Friday June 14)

Finally, we are just under six weeks away from our next Dublin derby against Shamrock Rovers but already over half of the Jodi Stand tickets have been sold for this game.

We do not want to see our regulars miss out and in particular we would like to remind fans that Junior Gypsies do not apply for this fixture.

We are consistently inundated with requests from regulars for tickets for this fixture after the game has sold out.

This game will sell out well in advance once again, so please purchase now from tickets.bohemians.ie to avoid disappointment and please do not contact club looking for tickets after it has sold out.

Thank you for your help.

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