The GAA has confirmed there will be a sell-out crowd at Croke Park for today's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final double-header.
Kieran McGeeney's Armagh side will face Connacht champions Galway at 1.45pm before bitter rivals Mayo and Kerry lock horns at 4, with the 82,300-capacity stadium set for its largest crowd since the 2019 All-Ireland final replay. Supporters attending the matches are advised to come early and have their tickets ready to be produced at turnstiles which open at 12.30pm.
Yesterday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals at Croker, featuring Derry v Clare and Dublin v Cork, attracted an attendance of 50,874.
DÍOLTA AR FAD - SOLD OUT! Supporters are advised to please arrive early at @CrokePark today to allow time to enter the stadium with their match tickets printed/downloaded ready for usage. Turnstiles open at 12.30pm. @Galway_GAA @Armagh_GAA @Kerry_Official @MayoGAA #GAABelong pic.twitter.com/3Vm5Yl6xDC— The GAA (@officialgaa) June 26, 2022