The GAA have officially confirmed that the All-Ireland semi-final between Donegal and Dublin is a sell out.
It’s been speculated for weeks that the game would attract the maximum capacity at Croke Park which is 82,300.
And earlier this afternoon the GAA officially confirmed that there was no tickets left available for the match which is one of the most highly anticipated clashes in the GAA in recent years.
It’s the first football game to sell out HQ since last year’s All-Ireland final between Dublin and Mayo.
The game will provide two very contrasting styles of play.
Dublin’s attacking style of play has won many plaudits, while Donegal’s blanket defence approach has received widespread criticism, despite the fact they’ve secured three Ulster titles and one All-Ireland playing that way.
The fact both counties meet in the MFC All-Ireland semi-final adds spice to the occasion, as if it needed anymore.
Sunday promises to be a cracking encounter, and the 82,300 in attendance will certainly enjoy the fanfare on offer.
NOTHING BEATS BEING THERE!