GAME TICKETS ON SALE IN IRELAND & REST OF EUROPE ON 6th APRIL!

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Game Tickets

Game tickets now on sale within the U.S. General tickets sold out in 4 hours in Ireland in 2012. With only 48,000 capacity for this exciting game, we expect a similar demand. Tickets to go on sale within Ireland and the rest of Europe on the 6th April.

Travel Packages

Looking for the full experience? A limited number of official travel packages are still available for fans traveling from the U.S. to Ireland and include premium game tickets, outstanding accommodations, welcome gathering and much more!

Hospitality Packages

Corporate hospitality options selling quickly with corporate boxes already sold out! Act now before it is too late. Limited number of Ultimate Tailgate Suites available.

AER LINGUS COLLEGE FOOTBALL CLASSIC

For the third time in five years, American football is headed back to Dublin, Ireland! The Boston College Eagles will face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets as they kickoff the 2016 season. The last college football game at Aviva Stadium sold out six months before kick-off! Don’t miss the chance to be a part of the excitement, purchase your game tickets today. There will be several events held surrounding the game weekend which include pep rallies, pre-game tailgate, business meetings and academic forums.

The History of College Football in Ireland

1988
Boston College vs Army
1989
Pittsburgh vs Rutgers
1996
Notre Dame vs Navy
2012
Notre Dame vs Navy
2014
Penn State vs UCF
2016
BC vs Georgia Tech

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“This is great news for our tourism and the Irish economy; in 2012 and again last year September we witnessed a huge surge of US visitors to our shores for the Emerald Isle Classic and the Croke Park Classic, and I have no doubt this country will see another spectacular success in 2016.”

– Enda Kenny, An Taoiseach
(Prime Minister of Ireland)