The Aviva Stadium will be the venue for Mick McCarthy’s first home game in his second spell as Republic of Ireland manager as Georgia come hunting for three points in a crucial EURO 2020 qualifier.
The countdown clock recently ticked past 500 days to go to the next staging of the UEFA European Championships, which will see Aviva Stadium host four games, and Ireland’s quest to be part of it starts in March.
First up for McCarthy’s squad is a trip to Gibraltar on March 23 before returning to Dublin to face Georgia for the 10th time overall. The game on Tuesday, March 26 promises to be a thrilling night as Ireland aim to make the most of their home advantage.
Tickets for that game are now on sale with adult prices starting from €35, students from €20 and kids at just €15.
There are also special group offers of four Category A tickets for €200 and four Category B tickets for €140, while anyone who purchases a ticket for this game is entitled to 50% off for Stephen Kenny’s first game as Ireland Under-21 boss as they take on Luxembourg in Tallaght Stadium on Sunday, March 24.
Hospitality packages for Ireland v Georgia can also be purchased for just €250. For more information, click here
So don’t miss out on McCarthy’s home return as the road to EURO 2020 begins in March.