In the name of the forefathers
Dublin -- Parnell Park.
Named after Charles Stewart Parnell.
- Meath -- Pairc Tailteann, Navan.
The Tailteann Games originated just a few miles away.
- Louth -- Gaelic Grounds, Drogheda.
- Kildare -- St Conleth's Park, Newbridge. A saintly gesture.
- Offaly -- O'Connor Park, Tullamore. Named after a local tribe.
- Wicklow -- Aughrim.
Known simply as Aughrim.
- Wexford -- Wexford Park, Wexford.
- Laois -- O'Moore Park, Portlaoise.
Another tribal offering.
- Longford -- Pearse Park, Longford. One of two grounds devoted to Padraig Pearse.
- Westmeath -- Cusack Park, Mullingar. One of two grounds named after founding father Michael Cusack.
- Carlow -- Dr Cullen Park, Carlow.
A bishop from the area with a fond interest in Gaelic games.
- Kilkenny -- Nowlan Park, Kilkenny. Named after local man James Nowlan, the longest-serving president of the GAA.
- Clare -- The other ground named after Michael Cusack.
- Cork -- Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Padraig O Caoimh was the GAA's general secretary from 1929 to 1964 and was reared in Cork.
- Kerry -- Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney. Dick Fitzgerald is one of the few footballers to have a county ground named after him.
- Limerick -- Gaelic Grounds, Limerick.
- Tipperary -- Semple Stadium, Thurles. Tom Semple was a Thurles Sarsfields and Tipperary player, referee and administrator in the early part of the last decade.
- Waterford -- Walsh Park.
Willie Walsh was a well known GAA and republican activist in the city.
- Galway -- Pearse Stadium.
A Padraig Pearse dedication again.
- Mayo -- McHale Park.
Named after a former Archbishop of Tuam from the area.
- Sligo -- Markievicz Park.
Taken from Countess Markievicz.
- Leitrim -- Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. One of the architects of the Easter Rising was Leitrim-born.
- Roscommon -- Dr Hyde Park.
The first president of Ireland, Dr Douglas Hyde, was born in Roscommon.
- Monaghan -- St Tiernach's Park, Clones. Named after a local saint.
- Cavan -- Kingspan Breffni Park (below), Cavan.
Breffni is the county name, Kingspan are the ground sponsors.
- Donegal -- McCumhaill Park, Ballybofey. Takes its name from Sean MacCumhail, a local Ballybofey club man of renown.
- Derry -- Celtic Park. Traditionally called Celtic Park.
- Antrim -- Casement Park.
Roger Casement is perpetually honoured in Andersonstown.
- Down -- Pairc Esler.
Fr Esler was a young curate in Newry when he secured the land for the current pitch.
- Armagh -- Athletic Grounds.
Now the subject of naming interest.
- Tyrone -- Healy Park.
The ground is owned by Omagh St Enda's. Michael Healy was a local man.
- Fermanagh -- Brewster Park.
The ground is owned by Enniskillen Gaels and was named after the late Mickey Brewster, a former Fermanagh and Enniskillen player.