Who won the 2013 All Ireland football final?

Who won the 2013 All Ireland football final?

The 2013 All-Ireland Football Final, the 126th event of its kind and the culmination of the 2013 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, was played between Dublin and Mayo at Croke Park, Dublin on 22 September 2013. Mayo were defeated by Dublin by a single point on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-14.

What was the first concert in Croke Park?

On June 29th 1985 U2 play their first concert in Croke Park.

When did Cork last win All Ireland hurling?

The team last won the Munster Senior Championship in 2018, the All-Ireland Senior Championship in 2005 and the National League in 1998.

When did Clare win the All Ireland?

Clare has won the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship four times in its history. The county won its first title in 1914 and it took another 81 years for them to win their next title in 1995, which remains the record wait for a successive title in Senior Championship history.

Who won the All-Ireland Football Final 2014?

2014 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

Championship details
Winning team Kerry (37th win)
Captain Fionn Fitzgerald Kieran O’Leary
Manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice
All-Ireland Finalists

How many GAA clubs are in Clare?

We have over fifty club units, fielding hundreds of teams, making up the various league and championship fixtures held in our area each year.

When did Clare win Sam Maguire?

The county hurling team competes in the Munster championship which it has won six times, most recently in 1998. Clare has won the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship four times in its history….Clare GAA.

County colours: Saffron and blue
County teams
NFL: Division 2
NHL: Division 1A
Football Championship: Sam Maguire Cup

When was the first Croke Park built?

March 14, 2005Croke Park / Opened

What was the last concert held in Croke Park?

Coldplay. In July 2017 Coldplay played to a sold out crowd in Croke Park on their A Head Full Of Dreams Tour. Fans were treated to a mix of new releases along with classic hits such as “Fix You” and “Yellow”.

Why is it called Croke Park?

Croke Park ( Irish: Páirc an Chrócaigh, IPA: [ˈpaːɾʲc ən̪ˠ ˈxɾˠoːkˠə]) is a Gaelic games stadium in Dublin, Ireland. Named after Archbishop Thomas Croke, it is sometimes called Croker by GAA fans and locals. It serves as both the principal national stadium of Ireland and headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).

What happened to Croke Park in Ireland?

In 2012, Irish pop group Westlife sold out the stadium in record-breaking time: less than 5 minutes. From 2007 to 2010, Croke Park hosted home matches of the Ireland national rugby union team and the Republic of Ireland national football team, while their new Aviva Stadium was constructed.

When will Croke Park be redeveloped?

British Pathé. ^ “Sisk Stadium. John Sisk has just started work on the £20 million first phase redevelopment of Croke Park stadium in Dublin. This phase is set for completion by spring 1995”.

What was the capacity of Croke Park in 2007?

The presence of terracing meant that for the brief period when Croke Park hosted international association football during 2007–2009, the capacity was reduced to approximately 73,500, due to FIFA’s statutes stating that competitive games must be played in all-seater stadiums.

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