Due to Covid19, this match will have a limited supporter attendance. Unless you have been allocated an away ticket through Cork City FC, please do not travel to Wexford, as you will not be admitted to Ferrycarrig Park. Supporters can watch the livestream by subscribing here to LOITV for €5 per match. If you subscribe to the live stream, don’t forget to select Cork City FC as the club you support.
The forecast for Friday evening in Wexford is dry with with mostly clear skies and a temperature of 18°C. Sunset will be at 9.40pm.
Friday’s match referee is Mark Moynihan, and he will be assisted by Trevor Cotter and Eoin Harte. Alan Carey is the fourth official.
See our team news report for all of the latest from the City camp.
Wexford match preview will be available here.
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.
This match will be available to watch live through #LOITV – the FAI’s online streaming service for the First Division! You can purchase a half-season pass for just €49, giving you access to every single First Division match and every Women’s National League match until the end of the season, or you can purchase a single match pass, and watch this game for just €5. Sign up here.
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
Colin Healy’s weekly press conference took place on Tuesday. Watch it here.
Travel to Wexford
Due to restricted entry conditions, please do not travel unless you have been notified that a ticket has been reserved for you.
Wexford FC play at Ferrycarrig Park, Glenville Road, Newcastle, Co Wexford, on the outskirts of Wexford town. Directions for travel by car can be found here. Take the N25 from Cork going east. This is a toll road. After approximately 170km on the N25, at the New Ross Road roundabout in Wexford, take the first exit onto the N11. After approximately 1.5km on the N11, turn left onto the L3007. Turn right, right and then left on the L3007 to reach Ferrycarrig park. Travel time by car from Cork City is approximately two and a half hours.