Our OakTix portal allows you to navigate ticket options for all Derry GAA fixtures, in one handy location!

Tickets for Derry GAA matches can be purchased across various sales channels, subject to the specific details advertised for each individual fixture.

Access to each of these are provided to our patrons on this page.

All sales are subject to availability.

Buy Match Tickets

Click on the links below to access tickets for your required fixture(s)…

Derry Senior Football Team

🎟️ All Ireland Senior Football Championship (ALL)

🎟️ All Ireland SFC: Derry v Westmeath (Sat June 15th, Newry 7pm)

Derry Senior Hurling Team

No upcoming fixtures

🎟️ All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship (ALL)

Derry Minor Football Team

🎟️ All Ireland Semi-final: Derry v Kerry (TBC)

Please note: tickets for certain fixtures can be purchased (using card or cash) at selected Centra and SuperValu stores.

Ticket Hotline

The GAA has launched a new “GAA Match Ticket Assistant” phone line to assist patrons who may have difficulty purchasing GAA match tickets online.

Phone: +353 (0)1 – 5143322

This is designed to first and foremost assist GAA supporters who may need or wish to avail of this service and is not intended to replace any existing ticketing channels.

How it works…

The agent who receives the call will login into the “GAA Match Day Ticketing” network, find the appropriate tickets (if available) and then take credit/debit card details to complete the purchase. The service is fully PCI compliant and has the approved security controls in place to take payment in a secure manner.

The match tickets purchased via this dedicated phoneline will then be sent to the patron or to a nominated person in one of the following ways.
1. Via An Post (if the purchase is made before 1PM on Wednesday on theweek of the match or more than 72 hours prior to the match). A PDF ticket printed on A4 paper will be posted to the patron.
2. Via Email – A PDF ticket will be emailed to the patron.
3. Via WhatsApp – A PDF ticket will be sent via WhatsApp to the patron.

Guide: How to buy GAA Tickets