Limerick-Cork All-Ireland SHC semi-final a sell-out:

Limerick and Cork supporters will fill Croke Park to capacity for Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final. Sunday’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Limerick and Cork is an 82,300 sell-out.

It’ll be the highest ever attendance for an All-Ireland SHC semi-final since the 2017 encounter between the same two teams (71,073), and also eclipses the previous record attendance for a last four match in the hurling championship, the 2007 meeting of Limerick and Waterford (80,546).

The GAA would like to remind supporters attending games at Croke Park on both Saturday and Sunday of the following match day arrangements to ensure a safe and enjoyable day at the venue for everyone.

Electronic Tickets:
• Patrons are reminded that screenshots of your ticket will not get you into the
Tickets can be transferred using the Ticketmaster transfer function.
E-tickets should be downloaded in advance of arrival at the stadium and added to
your wallet.

We remind patrons that it is illegal to use a flare in a public space and all flares
and smoke cannisters are strictly prohibited in the stadium.
Additional search and security measures will be in place this weekend and there
will be strict enforcement by An Garda Síochána.