The ‘LOFT’ looking for teens to support Ireland v USA

Seamus Coleman, pictured playing for Ireland against Greece.

Seamus Coleman, pictured playing for Ireland against Greece.

THE LOFT youth project is giving 44 young people the opportunity to support Ireland at their international friendly match against the USA in Dublin on November 18.

This match is going to be a thrilling experience for teens to see their country on a high. The team has had an amazing track record over the past few matches with a win against Georgia and Gibraltar and a draw with the world champions Germany.


So it’s a great time to support the Irish team, and with the LOFT organising the travel arrangements and tickets, it’s going to be a safe and supervised event for young people.

The tickets including return travel from Letterkenny to the Aviva Stadium in Dublin and are available to LOFT members aged 12-18.

Young people can avail of this at a bargain price of €30. If you are not a LOFT member but would like to come along you can simply sign-up to the LOFT at no cost.

The bus will leave Letterkenny at 2:45pm and will return at approximately 1:30am.

Book your space by visiting the LOFT during our drop-in times or phone us on 0749188271.

Drop-in times are Wednesday and Thursday 6-8pm, Friday 5-10pm and Saturday 2-6pm.

Consent forms are required and available to collect from the LOFT Youth Project 16-18 Port Road, Letterkenny. As tickets are limited we advise you


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