Friday 19 December 2014

What each county got and what it spent in 2012

Published 23/01/2014 | 02:30

County Population 2012 Team Croke Park

expenses funding

Dublin 1,270,603 €1,640,320 €2,029,000

Antrim 618,102 €347, 689 €416,000

Down 531,665 not available €340,000

Cork 518,128 €1,327,826 €723,000

Galway 250,541 €1 041 072 €703,000

Derry 247,132 €394,379 €360,000

Kildare 209,955 €593,168 €355,000

Limerick 191,306 €840,580 €399,000

Meath 184,034 €484, 614 €327,000

Tyrone 177,986 €468,989 €358,000

Armagh 174,792 not available €439,000

(2013: €511, 444)

Donegal 160,927 €894, 487 €503,000

Tipperary 158,652 €1,115,250 €645,000

Kerry 145,048 €766,000 €512,000

Wexford 145,273 €663, 762 €322,000

Wicklow 136,448 €364, 253 €296,000

Mayo 130,552 €750,760 €567,000

Louth 122,808 €274, 000 €270,000

Clare 116,885 € 671,570 €394,000

Waterford 113,707 €534,715 €342,000

Kilkenny 95,360 €479, 017 €765,000

Westmeath 85,961 €288,055 €303,000

Laois 80,458 €567, 000 €344,000

Offaly 76,806 €393,568 €303,000

Cavan 72,874 €490,370 €290,000

Sligo 65,270 €388, 230 €272,000

Roscommon 63,898 €353,000 €371,000

Fermanagh 61,170 €442, 027 €317,000

Monaghan 60,495 €410, 313 €266,000

Carlow 54,532 €455, 730 €251,000

Longford 38,970 €281,835 €325,000

Leitrim 31,778 €297, 354 €334,000

* Croke Park funding figures are taken from the 2012 accounts and are net of capital grants for individual counties. For instance, Derry received €1.13m for capital projects in 2012. The rest of the money comes from commercial and media distribution, games development and administration grants, and team expense and competition grants which are linked to how far a county progresses in the relevant competitions.

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