Ulster GAA Championship Ticket Prices 2011
|Quarter Final and Semi Final Games|
|Under 16 (to non-ticket games)||Free||Free|
|Senior Citizen (Terrace)||€10/£9||€10/£9|
|Family (child for all games)||€5/£5||€5/£5|
|Terrace & Senior Citizen||€15/£13||€15/£13|
|U 16 (to non ticket games)||Free||Free|
|Student (All Area)||N/A||€5/£5|
- Ulster Council GAA have decided to freeze ticket prices for the second year in a row.
- All Under 16’s will gain free entry to non-ticket games when accompanied by an adult.
- For Ticketed games there will be family areas available and the cost for children Under 16 will be £5/€5 when again when accompanied by an Adult. Family tickets will be made available through County Committee Offices in advance of each game.
- Disabled patrons will also gain free access to games and must apply to their County Committee Office in advance for entry to the match.
- A Student concessionary rate has been introduced to the Ulster Championships for the first time
Match information is constantly updated and is available from www.ulster.gaa.ie or the County GAA Web-sites.
GAA reinvests 86% of income in Grassroots Development
- The 2010 Central GAA Accounts show a 2% increase in the investment of Association revenue to Clubs and Counties up to 86%. The figure is up from 84% in 2009 and currently 14% of income is being reserved for GAA administration Costs.
- When you attend a match during the 2011 Championship series the majority of your entrance fee goes back to the development of your Club and your County.