It’s a sell out! – Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup Final Sells Out  

The Tulloch Homes Camanachd Cup is shinty’s greatest prize and one of Scotland’s oldest and most iconic sporting trophies and this year’s final between Lovat and Kingussie is set to be one of the most exciting finals in recent times.  

It is fitting therefore, that tickets are no longer on sale and the Final has sold out with a record number of fans set to enjoy Scotland’s community sport in its grandest form.   

Lovat have appeared in 5 of the last 7 Camanachd Cup Finals and will be looking to secure their 3rd Camanachd Cup win, adding to victories in 2015 and 1953.  

Kingussie on the other hand are in the final for the first time since 2014 and are 2nd in the all-time holders list with 23 triumphs.  

The Camanachd Association are advising anyone without a ticket not to travel to Kingussie after tickets were sold out.   

Those who were unable to secure tickets can catch all the action as BBC Scotland will be broadcasting the final live this Saturday at 2pm or catch the highlights later on BBC ALBA   

Tickets to the MacMaster Cup Final will be available on the day, however, individuals will have to leave the confines of The Dell after the match.  

Tickets for The Final Fling concert, are still available online at—Kingussie/The-Final-Fling–Kingussie-2022/35828976/ and we would encourage everyone to make the most of what promises to be an amazing day out! 

Derek Keir, Camanachd Association CEO said:  

“We are really excited for this Saturday’s final as two great teams come together on an immaculate surface. The fact that the Cup Final has sold out is testament to the shinty community who have come up trumps to support their sport this year. We must also give thanks to our colleagues at Kingussie Camanachd who have organised a full week of events, culminating in the post-match “Final Fling”. Their dedication and forward thinking has created a real festival feel around the final.  

On behalf of the Camanachd Association I would like to wish both Lovat and Kingussie the best of luck.”