Dublin and Mayo Ladies teams to make Croke Park history

Their Ladies National Football League fixture will be the first staged at GAA HQ

BY Raf Diallo 16:53 Monday 20 March 2017, 16:53 20 Mar 2017

Dublin supporters ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Croke Park will play host to a Ladies National Football League game between Dublin and Mayo on Saturday, March 25th.

The match will be historic in the sense that it will be the first time that the stadium will stage a Ladies National Football League fixture.

The Dublin-Mayo Division 1 Round 6 match will be part of a double header at GAA HQ as the Dublin men's senior team will also be in action at Croke Park that day. 

They will face Roscommon in their penultimate match of the league portion of the campaign in a game that will throw in at 7pm.

The Ladies match between Dublin and Mayo will throw in earlier at 5pm as part of the Croke Park double header.

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association have confirmed that tickets will cost €15 for adults and will be available from all GAA outlets and will be valid for both matches of the double header. 

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