‘The Offering Is Completely False’


Panoramic view from the Davin Stand of Croke Park on All Ireland Final Day in 2014

The GAA has been made aware of fake emails in circulation claiming to have All-Ireland hospitality on suite level available.

The association is advising members and supporters to disregard these communications as the offering is completely false.

Croke Park does not use any third party providers for hospitality offerings and all suites are in long term contracts. All hospitality for Sunday is fully booked.

The GAA also reminds members and supporters to purchase match tickets from official sources only.

The limited number of terrace tickets that went on sale this week for Sunday’s finals have been sold out.

GAA supporters warned about fake All-Ireland ticket scam (GAA.ie)

Related: ‘This is a new one on us… hopefully nobody has been sucked in’ – GAA warns against email scam for All-Ireland final tickets (Independent.ie)

Pic: Hugh

Previously: The Hill Has Eyes

7 thoughts on “‘The Offering Is Completely False’

    1. Prof.Fart

      the GAA really does serve as a perfect example of institutional greed and corruption in ireland. They don’t pay the players and yet demand so so much of them. Their season is now all year long, they’re not allowed drink, they train like pros. It’s incredibly unfair, modern day gladiators. I have a friend very committed to football, he’s pretty much given all his teens and 20s to football, and he decided to go travelling with his girlfriend for 6 months. he had every coach, player and rep down knocking on his door convincing him to stay. they couldnt even let him have that. now fair play, he went off anyway, much to their chagrin. they even sent the priest down the house to try get him to stay. the most Irish thing ever. with every horrible aspect of Irishness involved.

      1. eoin

        It makes financial sense for a handful who reap the rewards of sponsorship. Apart from that, most give their physical best for next to nothing financially to an organisation that creams an unknown amount into the accounts of senior management [they say the management salaries are benchmarked against similar sporting organisations, but won’t reveal which organisations, FAI/FIFA?]

        1. Prof.Fart

          it really says it all when they won’t release certain information. and “volunteer led” seems to be a phrase that crops up whenever a GAA employee issues a statement. pretty transparent. i can only imagine what they must be making, they must have the highest salaries in the land.

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