Remaining Champions League tickets

Sligo Rovers chairman Tony Quinn has said the ticket sales for next month's Champions League date show the anticipation for the Bit o' Red first foray into the competition for 36 years. 
 
Less than 1,000 home tickets remain for the game in The Showgrounds against an opponent that will be confirmed following the draw in Nyon on Monday for the second round of qualifying.
 
Ticket sales will continue on Sunday on the club website www.sligorovers.com.  They will conclude at 7pm. 
 
 
The chairman said: "We have had a very busy and exciting week with 2,000 tickets bought in the first three days of sales and several hundred in the latter part of the week.  It is fantastic to know we have will have such a huge level of support when the game comes around in July.
 
"The remaining tickets will be available this weekend and the game could sell out in a matter of days.  
 
"The tickets purchased online inform us that there will be supporters coming from four different countries and at least 10 different counties for the game so it shows the Bit o' Red appeal goes far and wide."
 
Meanwhle, it has been confirmed that on Monday morning, prior to the draw, UEFA publish groupings that reduce the number of potential opponents from 17 to likely five or six.
 
The draws will be streamed live from Nyon on UEFA.com from 11am (Irish time) and we will keep you informed of the grouping announcement.

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