Details Ahead of this Weekend’s League Final

On Saturday at 5pm Tipperary face Louth in the Allianz National Football League Division Three decider in Croke Park. This game will be preceeded by the Division Four final between Wexford and Westmeath with a 3pm start.



There are two supporters’ buses travelling to this game.

One bus will leave Cahir at 12noon and will stop at Cashel (12:15), Horse and Jockey (12:30) and finally Thurles (12:45) before travelling on to Croke Park. If you’d like to reserve a seat on this bus please contact 086 833 4553 as soon as possible as there are only a few remaining places.

The second bus leaves Templemore and will collect supporters in Roscrea also. If you’d like to book a seat on this particular bus please contact 086 326 0996. Again there is limited seating remaining so early booking is advised.


On Saturday there will be seating in the Hogan Stand only. Admission will be Adults €20, Under 16s €5. Students and Senior Citizens should purchase full price tickets on the day of the match and can claim a rebate of €5 on proof of ID at a designated Hogan Stand turnstile. All stand tickets for this match are unreserved seating.


Over the last number of years our football teams have given Tipperary supporters many memorable days with fantastic successes at underage and adult level. The commitment and dedication of these players is second to none and they deserve the whole support of the county.

We are asking you to play your part.

Firstly, we appeal to Tipperary supporters everywhere to please join The Friends of Tipperary Football by clicking the Join tab at the top of this page. Membership is a very reasonable €20 and enters you into competitions to win match tickets for all of Tipperary’s football games this year as well as the chance to win tickets for the football and hurling All Ireland Finals in Croke Park.

Secondly, we wish to see as many people as possible in Croke Park on Saturday evening to cheer on the team. Those who travelled to the Athletic Grounds in Armagh on Sunday last certainly made their presence felt and the roar that greeted Michael Quinlivan’s dramatic injury time goal almost lifted the roof off the stand. The players really appreciate all the support they get and you can play your part in helping them achieve further glory.

The Tipperary supporters who travelled on the Friends of Tipperary Football bus last Sunday to Armagh


Here is footage of Michael’s amazing goal which was scored with only six seconds remaining on the referee’s watch.

Michael also gave a fantastic interview on Newstalk’s Off The Ball last night. Check out the podcast on their website:


Check out Brian McDonnell’s interview with manager Liam Kearns in the Tipperary Star: