Tuesday 22 October 2019

home comforts: how your county fares

This table shows number of home games played by each county in the football championships for the past 10 seasons (2003-2012).

The figures in brackets show the number of home games played by each county in their provincial championship. Croke Park is classed as Dublin's home ground. Meath, Kildare, Louth, Wicklow and Westmeath had no home provincial championship games in the period.

Westmeath (last Sunday) and Wicklow (next Sunday) are back on the home circuit this year, as Louth will be if they beat Laois on Sunday week.

Dublin 47 (28)

Kerry 17 (15)

Limerick 15 (9)

Galway 14 (12)

Donegal 14 (9)

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Leitrim 14 (7)

London 14 (10)

Monaghan 14 (6)

Clare 14 (7)

Roscommon 13 (8)

Antrim 12 (5)

Tipperary 12 (4)

Cork 11 (10)

Cavan 11 (7)

Down 11 (3)

Laois 10 (5)

Fermanagh 10 (6)

Longford 10 (4)

Offaly 9 (3)

Mayo 9 (8)

Wicklow 9 (0)

Sligo 8 (5)

Westmeath 8 (0)

Waterford 8 (6)

Carlow 7 (1)

Kildare 6 (0)

Meath 6 (0)

Wexford 6 (1)

Derry 6 (2)

Tyrone 6 (4)

Louth 5 (0)

Armagh 4 (2)

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