Tickets for this game are now available online from Eventbrite, from the club shop in Douglas Village Shopping Centre, SoHo Bar and Restaurant, The Beer Garden and Blackpool Shopping Centre. More details on match tickets are available at CCFC.ie/tickets.
Away supporters are advised to purchase online on advance, as away tickets are limited.
Due to live coverage on eir Sports, the game will kick-off at 8 pm.
The forecast for Friday evening is cloudy with temperatures of around 16°C.
Friday’s match referee is Ben Connolly, and he will be assisted by Robert Clarke and Michelle O’Neill. Sean Grant is the fourth official.
6.15 pm- Tickets on sale outside the stadium.
6.45 pm- Turnstiles open.
6.45 pm- Teamsheets submitted and then published on social media.
7.15 pm (approx) – Teams come out to warm-up
7.45 pm (approx.) – Teams return to changing room
7.58 pm- Teams on the pitch
8 pm- Kick-off.
8.45 pm- Half-Time: Our half-time teams this week come from Kinsale AFC, followed by presentations to our match sponsors and Red FM‘s Hit the Bar competition. We will also welcome the Gaynor Cup winning Cork team onto the pitch at half time.
9 pm- Second-Half kicks off.
9.45 pm- Full-Time.
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The game will televised live on eir Sports.
We will have live online coverage of the game. Updates will be provided on our Twitter account (@CorkCityFC), as well as updates of key incidents on our Facebook page. We will also have reports and reaction on RebelArmy.TV, Soundcloud, Spotify and CCFC.ie.
Don’t forget to tune in to our social media channels for all the latest news and exclusive content, and you can use our official hashtag for all of your posts – #CCFC84
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Food and drink options
Third-party providers such as Clonakilty Food Co., Pizza Box, various chip-vans and confectionery outlets operate throughout the stadium. You can buy hot and cold drinks, rolls, burgers and a range of other snacks to help you enjoy the experience. It’s cash only at these outlets.
How do I get there?
The number 203 bus to Ballyphehane which departs from St. Patrick’s Street (outside M&S) passes right by the ground on Curragh Road.
The 206 bus to Grange / Frankfield departs from the South Mall (City Centre) stops outside the Turner’s Cross church and this is only a few minutes walk to the stadium.
The 209A bus to Ballyphehane departs from St. Patrick’s Street (outside M&S) and stops on Derrynane Road (Turner’s Cross).
The 219 bus from Cork Institute of Technology to Mahon (and vice versa) stops on Curragh Road, right outside the stadium.
Please visit buseireann.ie for further details of times and availability.
A taxi from the city centre would cost approximately €10-€15.
Residential parking is available however this can be restricted and/or congested if there are additional games being played in the area on the night. We kindly ask that all visitors to our games respect the local residents and do not block home or commercial entrances.