Capacity of 8000 permitted for Bohemians’ Europa Conference League tie at the Aviva Stadium


Bohemian FC can confirm a capacity of 8,000 has been permitted for the Aviva Stadium for the club’s UEFA Europa Conference League second qualifying round second leg tie against Dudelange of Luxembourg on Thursday, July 29th, with a kick-off time of 7.45pm.

Pre-sale tickets will be made available for members and season ticket holders tomorrow (Wednesday) from 2pm.

Tickets will then go on general sale from 10am Thursday via Ticketmaster.

General admission tickets are priced at €20, premium level €30, while there will be a limited number of U16s tickets available at the reduced rate of €10.

As explained ahead of the previous round, tickets can only be bought in pairs to maximise capacity while adhering to two metre social-distancing.

The 6,000 in attendance for Bohemians v Stjarnan last Thursday created an atmosphere to remember – a night that will live long in the memory of supporters and players after an agonising 16 months apart.

However, before you purchase your ticket, we must remind all supporters that the club’s use of the Aviva Stadium necessitates a personal responsibility from all in attendance to adhere to the very basic Covid-19 public health requirements such as sitting in your allocated seats, social-distancing and wearing face-coverings at all times.

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

  • We regret to inform supporters that, as it stands, Dudelange will not be providing a stream for this Thursday’s first leg. This is completely out of our hands, and we do not have the rights to stream the game ourselves. Should Dudelange’s situation change, we will inform you immediately.
  • Bohemians’ FAI Cup tie away to College Corinthians of Cork has been scheduled for this Sunday at Turner’s Cross with a 3pm kick-off. A stream for this game can be purchased from LOITV for €5. Please note that as this is an FAI Cup game, it is not included in the FAI season pass.

Note to members and season ticket holders: Please look out for an email from at 2pm tomorrow and add that address to your safe-senders list to prevent it from going to spam. Please also be aware that, depending on your email provider, it could arrive in your promotions/updates folder rather than your primary inbox.

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