Upping the Ante: GAA must make match experience less alien to unionists

Hurling is the greatest sport on the planet, yet a large chunk of the population of this island are put off playing or watching it

26th May, 2019

Football can take you to to colourful places. In 2016, little Dundalk, a small club in a provincial town, went on an unlikely European journey in the Europa League. Irish sides punching against big names on foreign soil is a true delight, and I figured it would be nice to take in some new cities.

The Louth side played matches that summer in Iceland, Poland and the Netherlands, allowing yours truly to take in Reykjavík, Warsaw...

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