The Dundalk Democrat has teamed up with Dundalk FC to give people the chance to win tickets to this Monday night’s fixture against Linfield.
It will be the first time the sides have played each other in Oriel Park since that historic night in 1979 when Linfield came to Dundalk. After scenes of rioting, the second leg was moved from Belfast to another European country.
We are asking you to name that European country for your chance to win two tickets to the game on Monday night. The tickets are for the stand, on what promises to be a cracking night’s entertainment at football.
Dundalk lead 5-3 from the first leg, which was held in Windsor Park on February 14 and are surely favourites to quality for the next round.
However, Linfield manager David Jeffrey has warned that the tie is not over and that his side are coming to Oriel Park, looking to cause an upset.
For your chance to win tickets to the game, simply answer this question;
In what country did the second leg of the 1979 European Cup tie between Dundalk and Linfield take place?
Email your answer, along with your name and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org before MIDNIGHT on Sunday.