Sunday's National Hurling League semi-final between All-Ireland champions, Tipperary and Division IB champions, Wexford in Nowlan Park (4pm) is an all ticket affair and every individual entering the grounds, including children, must have a ticket.
Ticket prices - adults €20 (€15 if purchased before midnight on Saturday); students/pensioners €15; children €5.
Season Ticket holders can gain admittance through Stile 14 to 17 on Hebron Road with their Season Ticket cards.
Wheelchair users should apply to their own County Boards for tickets for this game. Entry for wheelchair users is via Gate 9 on Hebron Road.
Group passes - €3 per juvenile; 1 free adult for every 10 Juveniles - are available by application to Croke Park. Entry to the ground for groups will be via Stile 28 in Ardan O Cearbhaill.
The stands are unreserved but stand specific. There will be no facility to transfer between stands once a patron enters the ground.
See names of stands from picture above. Patrons should note that six sections - Q, R, S, X, Y, Z - in Ardan Breathnach are uncovered.
Kilkenny GAA are presently arranging car parking facilities and at this stage can confirm that O'Loughlin Gaels ground right beside Nowlan Park will be open for parking and refreshments throughout the day.
The 'Board will update further car park details as soon as they are confirmed. Patrons should follow match traffic signs from the Ring Road.
Supporters travelling from the Clonmel/Callan direction are advised to be aware of road works close to Kilkenny City. Alternative routes, to avoid possible hold-ups, will be signposted on match day.
Kilkenny GAA Board will continue to update details as they become available. All supporters are strongly advised to purchase tickets in advance to avail of discounts and to avoid queues on match day.
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