Donegal's All-Ireland Semi-Final against Dublin in Croke Park is a sell-out.
The Donegal County Board has confirmed that they have sold the 12,000 tickets they were allocated.
It's the quickest sell-out of Croke Park in GAA history and it will be the first full house there this year.
The highest attendance of the season so far was 58,723 for the Leinster SFC semi-final double-header in June, when Dublin and Kildare were the headline act.
Secretary of the Donegal County Board, Aodh Martin O Fearraigh confirmed that the game is now a sell-out: