Published 23/08/2010 | 05:00
€5,152,747: FAI's operating surplus in the year 2009, with home games with France and Italy significant earners.
€46,062,577: Bank loans taken out before end of 2009, to be repaid in next five years.
€38,000,000: FAI's director of finance Mark O'Leary says this is net bank debt as of December 2009
€21,900,000: Money spent by the FAI in 2010 towards completion of Aviva Stadium.
€53,981,986: FAI's current liabilities -- amounts due to creditors within one year -- as per 2009 accounts, prior to arranging long-term facility with banks.
€22,735,432: Amounts falling due to creditors after more than one year.
€14,903,921: Total wages and salaries of FAI staff in 2009, plus social welfare and pension costs.
6,300: Number of 10-year tickets for new Aviva Stadium that CEO John Delaney says have been sold or allocated since launch in September 2008.
0: The amount of euro paid since the launch by approximately 900 of that figure, who were already existing 10-year holders from the old Lansdowne.
?: With 'commitments' from sponsors included and sizeable discounts offered to paying customers, Delaney will not reveal what the Vantage Club project has been worth to the FAI.