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corbyeire
09/09/2015, 5:53 PM
about time we got this going
we looked good with first eleven back
pats not on great form

good time to play them - at home - all good!

how the tickets selling - good time on a saturday

IsMiseSean
09/09/2015, 6:05 PM
Really looking forward to this game. It's going to be tough but I reckon we can win it.
The league game back in April was the best performance I've seen from a visiting team in Terryland this season.

I would love to know how the ticket sales are going? How many can be squeezed in on the night?

corbyeire
09/09/2015, 7:39 PM
agreed pats have looked the best of all the teams seen in terryland so far this year

gufc2000
09/09/2015, 9:41 PM
Really looking forward to this game. It's going to be tough but I reckon we can win it.
The league game back in April was the best performance I've seen from a visiting team in Terryland this season.

I would love to know how the ticket sales are going? How many can be squeezed in on the night?
Think I read somewhere that capacity for the match has been capped at 4,400.

Paulgufc
09/09/2015, 10:14 PM
Ya, think the capacity is capped at that alright. Pats are a better side but its a one off cup final so anything can happen. Jakes in flying form and a lot of the injuries have cleared up so I'd be hopeful.

Really looking forward to the day. Amazing really when you consider where we've come from.

Nugget
10/09/2015, 10:15 AM
Think I read somewhere that capacity for the match has been capped at 4,400.

Will it sell out? Since I'm not living in Galway anymore I may need to send one of the lads down to pick me up a ticket before match day.

nigel-harps1954
10/09/2015, 12:09 PM
How many seats are in Terryland? Surely there's more than 4,400 between the two stands and the bit of seating at the old clubhouse? Could fit another 200 or so standing in there too. Can't imagine anyone being turned away at the gate..

gufct
10/09/2015, 12:28 PM
I would advise anyone that wants to be guaranteed a ticket to get down to O'Briens in Wlliamsgate St. Today. 3,300 Seats in The ground. The FAI are in charge of this game so I can't see them allowing the ground to be oversold. All Concession and Children's Tickets are almost sold out.

I can see this being sold out early next week as Pats have their allocation sold.

corbyeire
10/09/2015, 3:00 PM
great to hear they are selling well

gufc2000
10/09/2015, 10:20 PM
How many seats are in Terryland? Surely there's more than 4,400 between the two stands and the bit of seating at the old clubhouse? Could fit another 200 or so standing in there too. Can't imagine anyone being turned away at the gate..
Old stand holds circa 1,800 and New Stand 1,500 or something to that effect. There are only 50-60 seats at the clubhouse. Could easily fit that standing but I'm not sure if standing is permitted for this fixture

nigel-harps1954
11/09/2015, 7:12 AM
Jaysis, had thought the Comer stand held around 2,000 with the old stand at a good bit more. There ya go though.

Paulgufc
11/09/2015, 6:15 PM
All concessions and kids now sold out. Great to see. Supposed to be a limited edition Jersey coming out for the final too according to FB. Can't wait for this game

corbyeire
12/09/2015, 11:57 AM
liimited edition jersey - very interesting

Paulgufc
14/09/2015, 5:38 PM
Is Dave OLeary suspended?

IsMiseSean
14/09/2015, 5:49 PM
Cian O'Connell tweeted that today. O'Leary picked up a yellow in the Longford game.

Paulgufc
14/09/2015, 9:34 PM
That's a loss. Nice to see some good promotion by the club for this with a fans night in town tomor night.

KBurke
15/09/2015, 3:45 PM
its Blue. http://www.sportsfile.com/id/1055764/

CrowdedHouse
15/09/2015, 4:10 PM
I think I'd prefer maroon

Paulgufc
15/09/2015, 4:46 PM
Ya, not sure about that colour but a nice piece of memorabilia to have all the same

IsMiseSean
15/09/2015, 7:05 PM
I'd prefer maroon too but it's not bad as a 3rd kit. I don't know where they pulled the green kit out off...

gufct
15/09/2015, 9:45 PM
I'd prefer maroon too but it's not bad as a 3rd kit. I don't know where they pulled the green kit out off...

We have had a green 2nd jersey for a long time . Great for Ireland games at home and abroad . 1994 was the first one for the World Cup in the USA

IsMiseSean
16/09/2015, 1:10 PM
I always thought white was always our main 2nd kit.

SalvadorSanchez
16/09/2015, 3:28 PM
Always liked the old "Argentina style" kit with the Blue and White stripes... really nice kit that was....

WoodquayBoy
16/09/2015, 4:41 PM
Don't like it, why we have to switch from our traditional colour is beyond me. If not maroon, then I like the green one!

Guitd
16/09/2015, 10:21 PM
Don't like it, why we have to switch from our traditional colour is beyond me. If not maroon, then I like the green one!

Because St pats play in red presume we have to change from Maroon as not all colours are available from kit suppliers at short notice choice of colours are sometimes limited so light blue and maroon it is 🏆🏆

WoodquayBoy
17/09/2015, 10:59 AM
As I said, we have a green one and a white one for that matter. Anyway, they can play in fluorescent spandex for all I care if we win the thing!

CrowdedHouse
17/09/2015, 1:56 PM
I hope Sinno makes the speech as Gaelige!

PJOCualain
18/09/2015, 12:40 AM
Beidh ainmneacha na imreoirÝ as Gaeilge ar na geansaithe nua, an bhfuil Gaeilge ag Sinnot..:) just saying the players names will be in Irish on the jerseys and does Sinnot speak Irish...in fact does anyone know if any of the players or management speaks Irish..? Also is it assigned seating..?

gufct
18/09/2015, 11:43 AM
Gufc fans reversing the trend "marching from the Dail"

There has to be thousands of Galway flags lying around after the last 3 weeks and also some big flags thrown in the back of wardrobes that could be dusted down and brought to EDP tomorrow night. Imagine the boost Paul Sinnott and the lads would get walking out the Tunnell to a stadium festooned in maroon.

Show your pride tomorrow in Your City Your County Your club wear anything maroon whatever the code whether your going to the game or not and bring your hats flags and scarves with you up the dyke road.

There is s group of fans marching from the Dail Bar after the rugby is over who will let all of Galway know their pride in their local team.

https://vimeo.com/139673473