Man United legends Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Ryan Giggs have arrived in Cork for the Liam Miller tribute match. Photo: Twitter @AndyMitten.
Gardaí have warned that there will be significant traffic delays in Cork on Tuesday as a result of the Liam Miller tribute match at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Crowds from Tipperary and Waterford are making their way to the 45,000 seater sellout, which will feature a Manchester United legends team led by Roy Keane against a combined Republic of Ireland-Glasgow Celtic selection.
Those attending the match are encouraged to give themselves plenty of time to get to the stadium and to use the shuttle buses from Lapps Quay. There will be no parking around the stadium, and fans are being asked to respect the local residents and follow the direction of Gardaí and stewards.
The event details are as follows:
12.45pm Gates open
1.45pm Musical entertainment
2.20pm Player warm-up
2.50pm Players on field – Meet the President Michael d Higgins
3pm Match kick off
3.45pm Match half-time
3.50pm GAA games featuring Eire Og
4.05pm Match second-half
4.50pm Full-time and lap of honour
Those not attending the match can watch it on Virgin Media Three, with coverage starting at 2pm.