Tickets can be bought in advance online here and tickets and matchday programmes will be on sale at the ground.
The forecast for Friday evening in Galway is cloudy with a temperature of 14°C. Sunset will be at 9.47pm.
The referee will be Oliver Moran. He will be assisted by Shane O’Brien and David Berry. Paul Norton will be the fourth official.
Manager’s Press Conference
City boss Colin Healy spoke to the press on Tuesday, and you can watch it on RebelArmyTV here.
Galway preview will be available on their website.
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.
Supporters who are not travelling can watch the livestream by subscribing here to LOITV for €5 per match.
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
Travelling Supporter Information
Travelling to Galway
Galway United play in Eamonn Deacy Park, Dyke Road, Galway. It is approximately 220km from Cork and the journey should take 2½ to 3 hours. Directions can be found here.
Take the M8 (Toll Road) from Cork as far as Junction 13. At junction 13, take the R639 exit to Mitchelstown/Limerick. Stay on the R639 until the roundabout with the 2nd exit onto Mallow – Dublin Rd/N73. Next take the Limerick Rd/R513 and then the Tipperary Rd/N24. Take the ramp to N20/Cork/N18/N19/N21/N69/Airport and then merge onto the M7. Follow the E20, N18 and then the M18 (signs for Galway/N18/Ennis). At junction 18, take the M6 exit to Galway. At Coolagh Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Bothar na dTreabh/N6. Turn right onto Headford Rd/N84. Turn left onto Coolough Rd. Turn left onto Dyke Rd.