The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) has confirmed it has reduced ticket prices by a third for the All-Ireland Gaelic football Championship final replay.

Tickets for the deciding match between Dublin and Kerry, scheduled to take place on September 14, will cost €60 (£55/$66) for stand tickets, while terrace passes are available at €30.

Discounted €10 children’s tickets will also be made available to the competing counties.

The governing body for Gaelic sports said they were not anticipating that tickets would go on general sale, with all tickets being distributed through county boards.

Each competing county will receive an allocation of around 13,000 each.

The GAA previously defended its pricing strategy for the first final meeting after being criticised for hiking stand ticket costs to a record €90.

Dublin and Kerry played on Sunday at Croke Park in a tight game that resulted in a 1-16 to 1-16 draw.

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