Tickets for historic game between Bohemians and Palestine now on sale


Tickets for the historic friendly match between Bohemian FC women’s team and the Palestinian Women’s National team are now on general sale from

This match, which takes place on Wednesday May 15th in Dalymount Park, will mark the 76th anniversary of Nakba, and highlight the human rights violations in occupied Palestine.

Speaking today, the Palestinian Ambassador to Ireland Jilan Wahba Abdalmajid said: “I am very proud to welcome our women’s football team that will be playing in Ireland for the first time in its history. I am thrilled to work with Bohemian FC who facilitated this match for the first time in Europe.

“There is no better way to commemorate the Nakba than by having our national team come to one of the few countries in Europe that is constant and consistent in its solidarity with our just cause. Thank you, Ireland, thank you to the Irish people, and thank you Bohemian FC.”

Tickets for the game (adult €40, concession €20) will cover the visit of the Palestinian team and delegation, with the remainder split between charity partners Palestine Sport for Life, Medical Aid for Palestinians and Aclaí Palestine.

Those who are not in a position to attend but who wish to make a donation or purchase a non-attendance ticket for this important fundraiser can do so on our ticketing site,

Matt Devaney, President of Bohemian FC said: “We want this to be a very special few days for the Palestinian team and the delegation visiting Ireland.

“We look forward to welcoming the Palestinian team to Dalymount Park and hope the Irish public get behind this occasion and our efforts to raise a substantial sum to assist and highlight the plight of people in a truly dire situation.”

Bohemians Chief Operating Officer Daniel Lambert said: “While the game in Dalymount Park will be the highlight and send out a strong message of solidarity to the Palestinian people from Ireland, having received great support from Dublin businesses and service providers, we are also working on a schedule for the Palestinian team and visiting delegation that will include cultural visits. We look forward to welcoming them to Dublin and to Dalymount Park in what we hope will be an occasion to remember for all involved.”

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