FINN Harps have confirmed that season ticket holders will receive LOI GO passes for 2020, allowing them to watch all remaining games in the league season online.
The news service is including Harps home and away games.
The Football Association of Ireland and RTE Sport, in collaboration with GAAGO, have partnered to deliver a world class streaming platform which will guarantee supporters can watch games wherever they are on watchloi.ie.
It is the league’s first-ever streaming service which will deliver SSE Airtricity League Premier Division football to all supporters in Ireland and around the world.
Each Premier Division fixture, as well as selected Extra.ie FAI Cup matches, will be live streamed with RTE Sport’s cameras and commentary team set to create a fantastic production for supporters to enjoy.
Harps season ticket holders will receive season passes free. Contact email@example.com to apply, and also let the club know whether you want to attend home games in person where possible and whether there are any other season ticket holders you wish to be grouped with.
Season passes went on sale this morning on the watchloi.ie platform at just €55 for supporters in Ireland and €69 for the rest of the world. It will be the perfect way for supporters to support their club with revenue created set to go to each club and with over 55+ matches set to be on the platform, it is also great value.
A Harps statement said: “The club is working on the details of how match night will look under the guidelines received from the FAI late last week. The overall limit of 200 people in the ground obviously means we can’t accommodate all season ticket holders at every game so we will work out a fair and transparent system to allow access to games.
“We will be reaching out to season ticket holders to indicate whether they want to attend matches at Finn Park this season, whether there are any other season ticket holders they wish to be grouped with for games. Season ticket holders can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know their preferences.”