FAI forecasts revenues of more than €45m for 2007

The Football Association of Ireland is forecasting revenues of more than €45 million this year.

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Ian Kehoe

17th March, 2007

The Football Association of Ireland is forecasting revenues of more than €45 million this year.

The figure represents a significant increase on previous years and is mainly due to improved television rights, new sponsorship deals and the move to Croke Park for international fixtures.

The FAI is expecting to generate about €100 million over the next ten years from long-term ticket sales for the redeveloped Lansdowne Road stadium.

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