Trap's battle plan
Ireland to play Bosnia and Hungary
GIOVANNI TRAPATTONI has finalised his battle plans for Euro 2012 including great tickets prices for upcoming friendly games at the Aviva.
FAI chief executive John Delaney has announced that Ireland will play Bosnia and Hungary in their prep games for Euro 2012 and cut-price tickets for the upcoming friendly with the Czech Republic.
Ireland will face Bosnia and Herzogovina at Aviva Stadium on May 26 before departing for a week of training at Florence. That period could feature a match against a local team.
The team will then travel to Hungary for a match on June 4. Ireland's first fixture in Euro 2012 is against Croatia in Poznan on 10 June.
Tickets for Ireland's game with the Czech Republic will go on sale tomorrow with prices greatly reduced.
Adult tickets for the Uppers/South & North Lower stands will be available from €20, while general admission tickets for children are €10.
Tickets for the south and north lower stands will be at priced at €35.