Linfield FC looks forward to a great Windsor Park Cup Final occasion
Posted : 21st April 2016 at 18:43:32
Linfield FC understands, expected and is delighted with the huge interest in our forthcoming Cup Final against Glenavon at Windsor Park.
Everyone at the club is looking forward with tremendous enthusiasm to what should be a great (and hopefully successful) occasion.
This club has tremendous history in this prestigious competition and hopefully David Healy and his talented and motivated players can create another glorious chapter in the proud and illustrious Irish Cup history of this club and institution when they take to the Windsor Park pitch in just over 2 weeks time.
Linfield FC wants to see as many of our supporters as possible in attendance at this game upholding the best standards of this proud club. The club is fully aware of the lengths, the cost, the distance and the effort our loyal supporters will go to, to follow the fortunes of their favourite team. This is greatly appreciated by all at the club.
Virtually all supporters are by now well aware that the ticket arrangements and all aspects of the ticket sales for this game have been the responsibility of the challenge cup committee of the local football association and their Ticketmaster handling agents.
Several thousand of our supporters will no doubt (and understandably) be more than satisfied with the convenience of the ticket selling arrangements.
However, this club has also been made aware of (and shares) the considerable frustration endured by many other supporters with regard to several aspects of the ticket selling arrangements over the course of the past few days.
This club understands that Ticketmaster tickets for the upper tier of the North Stand (housing the Linfield support) have sold out quickly but a further supply of lower tier tickets were made available for purchase via Ticketmaster yesterday. No doubt these will also sell quickly, such is the level of support for our club.
This club is aware that a significant number of our supporters have bought tickets for the Railway Stand and many are happy with this arrangement. However, for others wishing to exchange for lower tier North Stand tickets, this club understands that this will be possible (subject to availability) if supporters exchange their tickets at their original point of sale.
If there are any supporters with any remaining queries on any ticket arrangement issues for this eagerly anticipated game, can they please forward them to the administrators of the arrangements at the local governing association or their ticketing agents as on this occasion, this club is not directly involved in the administration of the ticketing arrangements.
Hopefully, everyone who wants a ticket for this game will get their hands on a much sought after item and hopefully, the day will be a gala, unforgettable and most of all successful occasion for everyone who has the best interests of this club at heart.