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GAWA Official

GAWA Official has been introduced to allow supporters of the Northern Ireland national teams to Get Access When Available to tickets, events and exclusive benefits throughout the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualification Campaign. 

By joining GAWA Official you will Get Access When Available to apply for tickets to all fixtures and events in the 2021/22 campaign as well as the following benefits: 

  • GAWA Official pack with membership card and pin badge
  • Exclusive 15% discount at JD Sports (excludes sale items) 
  • Exclusive digital content 
  • Exclusive competitions 
  • Exclusive partners discounts
  • Discount to the Education & Heritage Centre
  • Access to GAWA Official events (virtually or in person) 

GenerationGAWA! is the brand new junior club recommended for 6-15-year-olds. 

By joining generationGAWA! you will have access to the following benefits: 

  • generationGAWA! magazine posted to you four times a year
  • Opportunity to become a match day mascot 
  • Exclusive competitions and prizes 
  • Education & Heritage Centre birthday pack discount
  • Get Access When Available to tickets (when purchased with an accompanying adult) and events

GAWA Official and generationGAWA! is available! JOIN NOW 

FAQs

What is GAWA Official?

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How much does GAWA Official cost?

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Why do you require individual information about all supporters who join GAWA Official?

If I join GAWA Official am I guaranteed a match ticket for upcoming games where supporters are permitted to attend?

If I join GAWA Official how many match tickets can I apply for?

If I join GAWA Official on behalf of others, will it be my responsibility to apply for and access tickets for 2021 fixtures?

Is there a chance that home fixtures scheduled from September to November will be offered as part of a campaign as a result of changing restrictions in relation to capacity?