Croke Park to smash attendance record

The GAA is expecting more than two million people to have passed through the turnstiles at Croke Park this year.

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Ian Kehoe

4th August, 2007

The GAA is expecting more than two million people to have passed through the turnstiles at Croke Park this year.

Attendances will have been boosted by today’s replay between Waterford and Cork. The figure represents the largest number of people ever to attend matches at the stadium in a year.

Stadium director Peter McKenna said 1.35 million people had attended matches in 2006, but that the stadium was on course to break the...

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