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MacCumhaill Park

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MacCumhaill Park
Páirc Sheáin Mhic Cumhaill
The Ballybofey GAA sports ground (geograph 4950322).jpg
MacCumhaill Park is located in Ireland
MacCumhaill Park
MacCumhaill Park
Location within Ireland
Full nameSeán MacCumhaill Park
AddressBallybofey, County Donegal, F93 E97E
LocationIreland
Coordinates54°48′3.69″N 7°46′42.38″W / 54.8010250°N 7.7784389°W / 54.8010250; -7.7784389
Public transitMain Street bus stop (McElhinney's)
Capacity17,500
Field size145 x 90 m

MacCumhaill Park (Irish: Páirc Sheáin Mhic Cumhaill) is a GAA stadium in Ballybofey, County Donegal, Ireland.

It is the home ground of the Seán MacCumhaills club and Donegal's Gaelic football and hurling teams.[citation needed]

The ground is named after Seán MacCumhaill and had a capacity of 13,000, but that was reduced to 12,250 after a safety audit report was released in February 2012.[1] Donegal GAA announced in November 2012 plans to restore the capacity to 18,000,[2] Work got underway in February 2013.[3] and the necessary works were completed by late March 2013.[4]

References

  1. ^ Report in Hogan Stand on the reduced capacity.
  2. ^ Report in The Irish Times on plans to increase capacity.
  3. ^ Report on BBC Sport about plans to get work underway.
  4. ^ O'Riordan, Ian. "Ballybofey reprieve may have implications for other counties". The Irish Times. 28 March 2013.

See also

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