Sport Gaelic Football

Tuesday 17 October 2017

Inter-county team costs 2010

"If team costs aren't curbed they'll end up bankrupting the GAA" -- Tommy Lyons.

Costs associated with inter-county teams last year:

1 cork...........................................€1,572,365

2 tipperary...........................€1,233,392

3 Dublin.......................................€1,211,282

4 Kerry........................................€1,125,884

5 Galway.....................................€953,266

6 Kildare.....................................€741,860

7 Waterford...........................€673,000

8 Armagh..................................€655,550*

9 Clare..........................................€627,233

10 Down.......................................€614,292*

11 Wexford................................€608,890

12 Limerick................................€597,448

13 Tyrone..................................€567,307*

14 Mayo..........................................€544,199

15 Laois............................................€541,181

16 Kilkenny................................€518,300

17 Donegal................................€499,208

18 Cavan........................................€495,139

19 Carlow..................................€465,000

20 Meath......................................€452,860

21 Westmeath.........................€425,550

22 Wicklow................................€422,358

23 Offaly.....................................€418,806

24 Roscommon....................... €418,486

25 Fermanagh.......................€416,951*

26 Antrim..................................€412,674*

27 Derry.....................................€381,444*

28 Monaghan..........................€368,249

29 Longford.............................€322,661

30 Louth.......................................€316,868

31 Sligo.........................................€305,000

32 Leitrim.....................................€291,303

*Converted from sterling to euro

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