Finn Harps visit Longford on Saturday 17th February. Kick off is at 7.30pm and all support for the Harps is most appreciated.
Tickets for the game can be purchased online HERE
- Adult: €15
- Concession- Students (13-18), OAP’s (Over 65’s): €10
- Children Under 12: €5
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Oisin McLaughlin is organising a bus for this one:
Bus down to Longford on Saturday 17th February. Leaving Letterkenny (Dry Arch) 3pm, Finn Park 3:20pm. Cost €20/25 per person (numbers depending) PM Oisin on twitter to book a space on the bus or text 0860686016! Names to be in by Thursday 15th February at 6pm.
Dublin Supporters Club members are traveling to the game, contact https://twitter.com/FinnHarpsDSC if you can offer or are in need of a lift to the game from the capital.
Driving / Parking:
The ground is just off the N5 to a few km to the east of Longford itself. From the North it’s probably handiest to follow the N4 from Sligo until the junction with the N5 just outside the town. From Dublin follow the N4 to Longford. There is a large car park at the ground which is free.
Getting to Longford from Donegal by public transport is not straightforward and there seems to be no way to do it on the night except maybe via Dublin Airport. Also the ground is well out of town so a taxi is probably the best bet before the game. Someone is bound to be sound and drop you back there afterwards though.
Irish Rail serves Longford from Connolly Station in Dublin but services do not run late enough to return on the night. See HERE
Before the game:
There aren’t any pubs close to the ground so the town centre is probably your best bet.
In the Ground:
Harps fans will be directed to the away section on the side opposite the main stand but will have no issue accessing shop, toilets etc. (cash only facilities for shop/ clubhouse).
Harps fans are asked to congregate together and get right behind the team!
Aidan McNelis ([email protected] / 087 973 6064 / https://twitter.com/FinnHarpsSLO) is Supporter Liaison Officer for Finn Harps FC and Kevin Carberry for Longford Town.