Match Day Guide: Ireland v Bulgaria

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Match Day Guide: Ireland v Bulgaria

The Republic of Ireland are back at Aviva Stadium for the Three International Friendly with Bulgaria, which allows manager Mick McCarthy an opportunity to experiment ahead of the next set of EURO 2020 qualifiers.
10th Sep 2019

Tickets
FAI Ticket Collections will be open from 16:00 until kick-off at Lansdowne Rugby Club.

Ticketmaster will have a van outside at the Junction of Northumberland Road and Lansdowne Road from 16:00 to purchase tickets.

Tickets can be purchased online via fai.ie/tickets

General
All food and beverage outlets will be open throughout the stadium from 18:15 for General Admission tickets and from 17:45 for Premium Level ticket holders. Supporters are encouraged to be in the stadium at least one hour early to soak up the pre-match atmosphere. 

There will be cashless bars and food kiosks open throughout the Stadium, which allow for faster service, faster queuing time, and faster transaction time.

Safety & Security
Supporters travelling to Aviva Stadium are advised to arrive at least one hour ahead of kick-off to get through security and they are reminded of new security measures:

- Aviva Stadium Management are introducing a “No Bag Policy” to all events in the stadium

- It is important that supporters do not bring any bags or rucksacks to the game

Match Programme
Pick up the official match programme, which is the ultimate souvenir item from today’s game. This collector’s edition includes exclusive artwork, insightful features, a four-page Kids Zone, profile of today’s opponents and much more.

Social Media 
For all breaking news including the exclusive announcement of the Republic of Ireland starting XI and behind-the-scenes content, follow our official FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube accounts.

The official hashtag for the game is #IRLBUL

TV
The game will be broadcast live on both RTÉ2 and Sky Sports Main Event.