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List of Gaelic Athletic Association stadiums

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Croke Park, the largest stadium of any kind in Ireland
Croke Park, the largest stadium of any kind in Ireland
Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork city, the third largest GAA stadium
Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork city, the third largest GAA stadium

The following is a list of stadiums used by the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). The stadiums are ordered by capacity; that is, the maximum number of spectators each stadium is authorised by the GAA to accommodate.

Three of the stadiums above 35,000 capacity are used for Gaelic football and hurling provincial finals, while the largest stadium, Croke Park, is used for the All-Ireland Senior Championship Finals during September of each year, and the semi- and quarter-finals of each sport. It is also used on occasion for the Leinster provincial finals and Ulster provincial finals in Gaelic football, and has been leased for non-GAA events.

While Croke Park has hosted the majority of finals of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, the final was previously passed among counties apart from Dublin—and, in the case of the 1947 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final, was played at the Polo Grounds in New York City. Similarly, Croke Park has hosted most of the finals of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship; the most recent final held outside the capital was in 1984, at Semple Stadium in Thurles, County Tipperary, to mark the centenary of the founding of the GAA in the town.

Fans are not usually segregated at GAA venues.[1]

County Grounds

Below are the locations of the county stadiums for senior county teams that participate in either the National Hurling League or the National Football League.

List of GAA Grounds

Below is a list of GAA stadiums ranked by capacity, from highest to lowest.

Rank Stadium Capacity Location Coordinates County
1 Croke Park 82,300[2] Dublin 53°21′38.70″N 6°15′4.80″W / 53.3607500°N 6.2513333°W / 53.3607500; -6.2513333 GAA
2 Semple Stadium 45,690[3] Thurles 52°40′55.91″N 7°49′30.40″W / 52.6821972°N 7.8251111°W / 52.6821972; -7.8251111 Tipperary GAA
3 Páirc Uí Chaoimh 45,000[4] Cork 51°53′59.10″N 8°26′6.15″W / 51.8997500°N 8.4350417°W / 51.8997500; -8.4350417 Cork GAA
4 Gaelic Grounds 44,023[5] Limerick 52°40′12.50″N 8°39′15.10″W / 52.6701389°N 8.6541944°W / 52.6701389; -8.6541944 Limerick GAA
5 Fitzgerald Stadium 38,000[6][7] Killarney 52°3′58.75″N 9°30′28.56″W / 52.0663194°N 9.5079333°W / 52.0663194; -9.5079333 Kerry GAA
6 Casement Park 34,578[8] Belfast 54°34′23.90″N 5°59′2.35″W / 54.5733056°N 5.9839861°W / 54.5733056; -5.9839861 Antrim GAA
7 St Tiernach's Park 29,000[9] Clones 54°11′8.04″N 7°13′57.86″W / 54.1855667°N 7.2327389°W / 54.1855667; -7.2327389 Monaghan GAA
8 Nowlan Park 27,000[10] Kilkenny 52°39′23.03″N 7°14′22.85″W / 52.6563972°N 7.2396806°W / 52.6563972; -7.2396806 Kilkenny GAA
9 Pearse Stadium 26,197[11] Galway 53°15′47.92″N 9°5′2.98″W / 53.2633111°N 9.0841611°W / 53.2633111; -9.0841611 Galway GAA
10 MacHale Park 25,369[12] Castlebar 53°51′13.92″N 9°17′3.93″W / 53.8538667°N 9.2844250°W / 53.8538667; -9.2844250 Mayo GAA
11 Breffni Park 25,030[13] Cavan 53°58′54.54″N 7°21′33.38″W / 53.9818167°N 7.3592722°W / 53.9818167; -7.3592722 Cavan GAA
12 O'Moore Park 22,000[14] Portlaoise 53°1′33.84″N 7°18′7.93″W / 53.0260667°N 7.3022028°W / 53.0260667; -7.3022028 Laois GAA
13 Dr. Cullen Park 21,000[15] Carlow 52°50′49.38″N 6°54′58.82″W / 52.8470500°N 6.9163389°W / 52.8470500; -6.9163389 Carlow GAA
14 Páirc Esler 20,000[16] Newry 54°9′9.77″N 6°19′27.42″W / 54.1527139°N 6.3242833°W / 54.1527139; -6.3242833 Down GAA
15 Cusack Park (Ennis) 19,000[17] Ennis 52°50′46.73″N 8°58′43.18″W / 52.8463139°N 8.9786611°W / 52.8463139; -8.9786611 Clare GAA
16 Dr. Hyde Park 18,890[18] Roscommon 53°37′29.70″N 8°10′50.54″W / 53.6249167°N 8.1807056°W / 53.6249167; -8.1807056 Roscommon GAA
17 Markievicz Park 18,558[10] Sligo 54°15′26.10″N 8°27′56.08″W / 54.2572500°N 8.4655778°W / 54.2572500; -8.4655778 Sligo GAA
18 Páirc na gCeilteach 18,500[19] Derry 54°59′35.73″N 7°20′0.83″W / 54.9932583°N 7.3335639°W / 54.9932583; -7.3335639 Derry GAA
Athletic Grounds 18,500[20] Armagh 54°20′36.15″N 6°39′41.21″W / 54.3433750°N 6.6614472°W / 54.3433750; -6.6614472 Armagh GAA
20 Wexford Park 18,000[13] Wexford 52°19′57.47″N 6°28′33.20″W / 52.3326306°N 6.4758889°W / 52.3326306; -6.4758889 Wexford GAA
Brewster Park 18,000[10] Enniskillen 54°21′3.62″N 7°38′1.92″W / 54.3510056°N 7.6338667°W / 54.3510056; -7.6338667 Fermanagh GAA
O'Connor Park 18,000[10] Tullamore 53°16′49.80″N 7°29′21.93″W / 53.2805000°N 7.4894250°W / 53.2805000; -7.4894250 Offaly GAA
23 Healy Park 17,636[10] Omagh 54°36′49.89″N 7°17′45.95″W / 54.6138583°N 7.2960972°W / 54.6138583; -7.2960972 Tyrone GAA
24 MacCumhaill Park 17,500[21] Ballybofey 54°48′3.69″N 7°46′42.38″W / 54.8010250°N 7.7784389°W / 54.8010250; -7.7784389 Donegal GAA
25 Páirc Uí Rinn 16,440[22] Cork 51°53′29.1″N 8°26′13.39″W / 51.891417°N 8.4370528°W / 51.891417; -8.4370528 Cork GAA
26 Fraher Field 15,000[23] Dungarvan 52°5′48.06″N 7°37′25.09″W / 52.0966833°N 7.6236361°W / 52.0966833; -7.6236361 Waterford GAA
27 St Mary's Park 14,000[24] Castleblayney 54°11′8.04″N 7°13′57.86″W / 54.1855667°N 7.2327389°W / 54.1855667; -7.2327389 Monaghan GAA
28 Austin Stack Park 12,000[25] Tralee 52°16′09.51″N 9°41′38.37″W / 52.2693083°N 9.6939917°W / 52.2693083; -9.6939917 Kerry GAA
29 Cusack Park (Mullingar) 11,500[26] Mullingar 53°31′40.83″N 7°20′18.75″W / 53.5280083°N 7.3385417°W / 53.5280083; -7.3385417 Westmeath GAA
30 Walsh Park 11,046[27] Waterford 52°15′17″N 7°7′43.79″W / 52.25472°N 7.1288306°W / 52.25472; -7.1288306 Waterford GAA
31 Páirc Tailteann 11,000[28] Navan 53°38′59.03″N 6°41′38.28″W / 53.6497306°N 6.6939667°W / 53.6497306; -6.6939667 Meath GAA
32 Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada 9,331[29] Carrick-on-Shannon 53°56′53.01″N 8°4′30.53″W / 53.9480583°N 8.0751472°W / 53.9480583; -8.0751472 Leitrim GAA
33 St Brendan's Park 8,800[30] Birr 53°5′29.14″N 7°54′31.01″W / 53.0914278°N 7.9086139°W / 53.0914278; -7.9086139 Offaly GAA
34 Parnell Park 8,500[31] Donnycarney 53°22′22.70″N 6°13′0″W / 53.3729722°N 6.21667°W / 53.3729722; -6.21667 Dublin GAA
35 O'Donnell Park 8,200[32] Letterkenny Donegal GAA
St Conleth's Park 8,200[33] Newbridge 53°10′45.88″N 6°47′39.77″W / 53.1794111°N 6.7943806°W / 53.1794111; -6.7943806 Kildare GAA
37 Aughrim County Ground 7,000[34] Wicklow 52°51′9.58″N 6°20′7.29″W / 52.8526611°N 6.3353583°W / 52.8526611; -6.3353583 Wicklow GAA
O'Garney Park 7,000[35] Sixmilebridge Clare GAA
39 St Jarlath's Park 6,700[36] Tuam 53°50′34″N 8°51′11″W / 53.84278°N 8.85306°W / 53.84278; -8.85306 Galway GAA
40 Pearse Park 6,000[37] Longford 53°44′21.29″N 7°48′7.46″W / 53.7392472°N 7.8020722°W / 53.7392472; -7.8020722 Longford GAA
41 Fr Tierney Park 5,600[32] Ballyshannon Donegal GAA
42 McKenna Park 5,000 Ballycran 54°28′38.99″N 5°30′26.94″W / 54.4774972°N 5.5074833°W / 54.4774972; -5.5074833 Down GAA
Pearse Park (Arklow) 5,000 Arklow Wicklow GAA
44 Shamrock Field 4,000 St John's Canada GAA
45 Corrigan Park 3,700[38][39] Belfast Antrim GAA
46 Drogheda Park 3,500[40] Drogheda 53°43′24.89″N 6°21′33.76″W / 53.7235806°N 6.3593778°W / 53.7235806; -6.3593778 Louth GAA
47 McGovern Park 3,000[41] Ruislip 51°33′01″N 0°23′54″W / 51.5501847°N 0.3983778°W / 51.5501847; -0.3983778 London GAA
Duggan Park 3,000[42] Ballinasloe Galway GAA
49 Gaelic Park 2,000[43] New York City 40°53′15″N 73°54′5″W / 40.88750°N 73.90139°W / 40.88750; -73.90139 New York GAA
50 Páirc Phroinsías 1,000 Clara Offaly GAA

†Closed and in state of dereliction. Awaiting redevelopment. Listed capacity is for proposed redevelopment.

See also

Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
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Lists of stadiums by capacity

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