€25.9m -- total gate receipts figure for all matches in 2010.
€10.8m -- income from broadcast rights.
€8.2m -- income from sponsorship.
€12.43m -- what the GAA took in for the All-Ireland football cham-pionships.
€7.24m -- what it took in for the hurling championships.
€1.8m -- what the football league generated.
€1m -- what the hurling league generated.
€4m -- what the GAA got in state funding from the sports council and four different state departments.
€136,352 -- the surplus on €58m in income.
€3m -- the amount spent on player welfare, including the injury fund and GPA funding.
€1.2m -- what it cost to stage the International Rules Series, on which a €300,000 profit was made.
€11.1m -- the spend on games development.
€8.14m -- the GAA's administration costs.
€11.1m -- capital expenditure down from €23m.
€696,000 -- the cost of heat, light and power throughout Croke Park, down €112,000 from 2009.
€400,000 -- cost of All Stars, medals and other presentations.
where €58m income went
18% -- direct costs of running matches.
19% -- distributed back to counties.
20% -- games development.
14% -- operating Central Council.
24% -- capital expenditure.
5% -- miscellaneous and surplus.