All Ireland Hurling Final tickets 2018, buy now
All Ireland Hurling Final tickets 2018 are hard to find. Dates 13th August
THE ALL-IRELAND finals in both football and hurling are moving from September to August on a temporary basis for the next three years. Tickets for the final are not sold to the public, they are only sold to members of a Hurling Club. This makes them incredibly hard to buy in the normal way through a box office or Ticketmaster, we source these tickets via our network of contacts.
The tournament starts in May and matches are held in the four provinces of Ireland. All Ireland Hurling is an amazing spectacle of speed, courage and aggression it is one of the world's oldest and fastest games. The GAA Hurling Championships tournament ends with the exciting All-Ireland final held in Dublin at Croke Park. Tickets to the All Ireland Hurling Final always sell out, reserve your seats now and book with confidence.
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Played at Croke Park, Dublin the Final is the biggest match of the year. Hurling is a part of history in Ireland as it is believed to be the oldest sport in the World.
This fast aggressive sport is fiercely contested and is a very exciting for spectators that is why All Ireland Hurling Final Tickets are hard to find. The County game dominates hurling in Ireland and the counties battle to be the top team of the year in all of Ireland.
What is the date of this years hurling final
All Ireland SHC final - August 13, 2018
Thirteen teams currently participate in the Championship, the most dominant teams coming from the provinces of Leinster and Munster. Kilkenny, Cork and Tipperary are considered "the big three" of hurling. Between them, these teams have won 93 out of 129 (approx 72%) championships completed during its history. The title has been won by 13 different teams, 10 of which have won the title more than once. The all-time record-holders are Kilkenny, who have won the competition 36 times.
The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final was listed in second place by CNN in its "10 sporting events you have to see live", after the Olympic Games and ahead of both the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Football Championship.
After covering the 1959 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final between Kilkenny and Waterford for BBC Television, English commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme was moved to describe hurling as his second favourite sport in the world after his first love, soccer. The current All-Ireland champions are Tipperary.