Liverpool friendly tickets

 

Get your tickets now for the upcoming friendly at The Showgrounds between Sligo Rovers and Liverpool’s under-21 side.

The match has already generated plenty of excitement with Rovers fans looking to see the new look 2016 team for the first time and also the chance to see some of the best young talent from one of the world’s most famous clubs.

Tickets are on sale now online costing €10 for adults and €5 for kids under 12, plus €2 P&P.

They will also be on sale tomorrow and every weekday from The Showgrounds office between 11am and 2pm.

There is also many outlets across the north-west where you can get your tickets from this Tuesday:

  • Barton Smiths, Sligo
  • Collerys Menswear, Sligo
  • Collerys, Beltra
  • Gerry Kenny Sport, Ballina
  • Gillespies Sports, Tubercurry
  • Grennan Electric, Boyle
  • John Lowe, Carrick
  • Lavins Menswear, Ballymote
  • Tansey’s Centra, Gurteen
  • Tony Quinn, Cliffoney
  • Gartland, Carrick-on-Shannon

 

Go here to buy your adult ticket online now and here for kids tickets (under age of 12).

We are delighted to have the Sligo branch of the Liverpool Supporters Club as the match sponsors. Members of the supporters club met with Rovers manager Dave Robertson and some of the club committee at the Clarion hotel this evening.

Credit to Fergus Scott for the above image.

 

 

 

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