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Brewster Park (Enniskillen)

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Brewster Park
Páirc an Bruiscear
Brewster Park is located in Northern Ireland
Brewster Park
Brewster Park
Location within Northern Ireland
AddressEnniskillen, County Fermanagh, BT74 6NN
LocationNorthern Ireland
Coordinates54°21′4″N 7°38′2″W / 54.35111°N 7.63389°W / 54.35111; -7.63389
Public transitEnniskillen Ulsterbus depot
OwnerFermanagh GAA
Field size145 x 83 m

Brewster Park is a GAA stadium in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It is the home ground of the Enniskillen Gaels and the County ground of Fermanagh GAA.[2] The ground was renovated in 2007 and now has a capacity of roughly 18,000.[1] The ground was named for Mickey Brewster, a Fermanagh and Enniskillen Gaels player and father of Paul Brewster.[3][4]

In the first match played in Brewster Park since the renovations, Fermanagh defeated Monaghan in the first round of the Ulster Senior Football Championship on Sunday, May 26, 2008 by a score of 2–8 to 0–10.

Floodlights were installed in the ground in 2008 and were used in the 2008 Ulster Senior Club Football Championship final between Ballinderry and Crossmaglen. They were officially unveiled in January 2009 in a Dr. McKenna Cup game between Fermanagh and University of Ulster, Jordanstown (UUJ).[2]

See also


  1. ^ a b "Rated and slated: All 32 GAA county grounds assessed - but how does yours measure up?". Irish Independent. Retrieved 23 May 2021.
  2. ^ a b "Brewster Park Shining Bright". Ulster GAA Council. 15 January 2009. Retrieved 16 January 2009.
  3. ^ "In the name of the forefathers". independent.
  4. ^ Moran, Sean. "Fermanagh have strong form, but Monaghan can shade it". The Irish Times.
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