Champions League ticket details confirmed

Sligo Rovers can confirm details of ticket sales for the upcoming Champions League second round qualifying game in The Showgrounds. 
 
The home tie of Rovers' second round clash will be on 16/17 July or 23/24 July.
 
Possible opponents for the Bit o' Red include Celtic, BATE Borisov, Steaua Bucharest and Dinamo Zagreb as Rovers make a return to the premier club competition in Europe for the first time in 36 years. The draw will be made on Monday 24 June in Nyon.
 
Tickets are priced €25 for adults and €10 for children. Tickets are available for the three stands in The Showgrounds, the Treacy Avenue Stand, the Volkswagen Bank End and the Jinks' Avenue Stand. Seating is unreserved in each stand. 
 
A pre-sale for club members, 500 club members and season ticket holders will begin on Monday 17th June from 10am to 8pm in The Showgrounds.
 
The pre-sale will continue on Tuesday 18th June from 10am to 8pm in The Showgrounds. 
 
Tickets will then be on general sale in The Showgrounds on Wednesday 19th June to Friday 21st June from 10am to 7pm in The Showgrounds.
 
The weekend general sale will be on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm, also in The Showgrounds.
 
Supporters can purchase the tickets online from Wednesday 19th June to Monday 24th June at 10am. 
 
 

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