Rosenborg tickets: Price reduction and details

Sligo Rovers can confirm that the club has introduced a new ticket price structure for the Europa League second round second leg tie with Rosenborg in The Showgrounds on Thursday 24 July, kick-off 7pm.
 
There has been tremendous support of the Bit o' Red both in fundraising such as the Annual Draw and Golf Classic and at matches and the club wish to express our gratitude to all our supporters for their efforts which have been so key to the club in recent weeks.
 
As a reward and to mark this, ticket prices have been reduced for the visit of the Norwegian side of 132-game Champions League and European Cup experience. 
 
VW Bank tickets have been reduced to €20 with concession for OAPs, students and unwaged (all with relevant identification) for €15. Children under-12 will be €5. 
 
The age applicable for children tickets for the Treacy Avenue and Jinks Avenue has been increased to under-16 from under-12. They will cost €10. Adult tickets will remain at €25. 
 
Ticket sales will start on Saturday in The Showgrounds from 11:30am until 4:30pm and will continue on Monday 10am until 2pm for members, season ticket holders, 500 club and Super Reds.
 
Online sales will begin on Tuesday and we will also announce new dates for ticket sales in The Showgrounds. 
 
The support of the fundraising initatives this year have been vital for the club with costs of the FK Banga tie was in excess of €25,000 and the Rosenborg tie set to be greater through the charter needed to travel to Trondheim.
 
The Bit o' Red wish to thank all our fans for the remarkable €53,000 in ticket sales grossed through the Annual Draw, €20,000 in the Golf Classic and continuing support of the Lotto and sponsorship which continues to provide a pathway for success for Sligo Rovers. 
 
 

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