GAA continues to support bricks and mortar

The GAA has continued to invest in stadiums throughout the country despite having to operate in difficult conditions.

The Irish sports organisation continues to work hard across the country and GAA fans are seeing the benefits.

Semple Stadium was recently redeveloped at a cost of €18m and can now accomodate 53,000. Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds has also benefited from the  investment and floodlights were recently installed.

Other counties are currently working on proposals to upgrade their facilities or built new stadiums. A new 60,000 seater venue costing €30m has been proposed for Cork. Louth are considering a new stadium estimated to cost around €24m.

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