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City heading for Dublin this summer

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dublin super cup

City will play in Ireland this summer in the inaugural Dublin Super Cup.

Star-studded opposition will be reigning Italian, European and World Club champions Inter Milan, Scottish Premier League giants Celtic and the Airtricity XI, a team selected from the best players from Ireland’s domestic league.

Endemol Sport has teamed up with The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) to create the Dublin Super Cup and the football festival is scheduled for the bank holiday weekend of July 30 and 31.

Every ticket sold gives access to both games taking place each day as well as a host of superb match day entertainment.

Tickets offer excellent value for money, with prices starting at just €30* for adults and €10 for children (when bought as part of a family package).

There are also a limited number of early bird tickets available in the category A, B and D areas of the stadium which offer a €5 discount off the full price. Alternatively, a €10 discount is available to all fans that purchase tickets for both days.

To buy tickets, check pricing and further information, visit the tournament website. Fans should be aware that only one offer can be used at a time and a booking fee is applicable to all tickets purchased.

All three clubs will be using the tournament as an integral part of their preparation for the new season.

It is envisaged that the Dublin Super Cup will be a weekend packed with entertainment including live music and a variety of fun activities for everyone to enjoy in the city. Full details of the entertainment will be confirmed closer to launch, along with complete fixture details following the tournament draw.

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