Want to see (potential) Premier League champs Liverpool play Shamrock Rovers at Aviva Stadium? Here are all the details 9 years ago

Want to see (potential) Premier League champs Liverpool play Shamrock Rovers at Aviva Stadium? Here are all the details

The team of the season so far in the Premier League are headed our way next month to play Shamrock Rovers. Here's all the vital ticket info for you.

Last year, a game between Liverpool and Celtic at Aviva Stadium sold out in minutes, as fans of both clubs from this island flocked to see them face off at Aviva Stadium.


Next month, Liverpool return to the same venue, for what is arguably an even bigger game. After 24 years, Brendan Rodgers is on the cusp of bringing the Reds that long-lusted after 19th title. Just three days after their final game of the season, at home to Newcastle, Liverpool will be in Dublin, home to thousands of their fans.

Currently in a devastating run of form that has seen them pick up a perfect 30 points from their last 10 games, Liverpool are top of the Premier League with just four games left, and they are the bookies favourites for the title.


If you remember the clamour for tickets for that Celtic game back in August then you can only imagine how sought after a ticket to see the newly crowned champions of England will be. Tickets for their recent league game with Manchester City were going on the black market for £5,000 a pair so €20 tickets for this game are real bargains.


And if  Liverpool mange to seal their first ever Premier League crown, the atmosphere when they run out onto the pitch for the 5.30pm kick-off should be immense.

But large swathes of the stadium will also be supporting the home team; Shamrock Rovers, 17-time champions of Ireland and the most successful club in the country. This season they have made a more than decent start to the SSE Airtricity League campaign, as they sit third in the table, just three points behind leaders Dundalk.

But on May 14, Trevor Croly's side will be playing a team who could be freshly-crowned Premier League champions. That will be a huge test for Rovers but with a sizeable support behind them, they are capable of pulling off an upset in Dublin.

So, to make sure you have your ticket, which start at €20, check out this link