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Dublin's All-Ireland Football Quarter-Final Venue?

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The GAA report that quarter-finals, and semi-finals will be winner on the day with venues for those rounds to be determined by the CCCC. While semi-finals and final are Croke Park as always, should Dublin be taking on their quarter-final opponents outside of Croke Park?
Clones and Thurles are probably ideal neutral venues for many potential opponents. Dublin could enter a home and away arrangement with counties like Cork, Mayo, Kerry, Monaghan and Galway should they meet at the quarter-final stage.

legendzxix (Kerry) - Posts: 7716 - 05/04/2023 08:13:23    2468936

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Replying To legendzxix:  "The GAA report that quarter-finals, and semi-finals will be winner on the day with venues for those rounds to be determined by the CCCC. While semi-finals and final are Croke Park as always, should Dublin be taking on their quarter-final opponents outside of Croke Park?
Clones and Thurles are probably ideal neutral venues for many potential opponents. Dublin could enter a home and away arrangement with counties like Cork, Mayo, Kerry, Monaghan and Galway should they meet at the quarter-final stage."
As a single header and given likely crowd, I don't think there be too many objections this end. Probably be all set as double headers in Croke Park I'd imagine?

BarneyGrant (Dublin) - Posts: 2415 - 05/04/2023 10:07:51    2468958

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The GAA have announced that Dublin might be allowed a second home game during the group stage. The third group game is to be in a neutral venue but it seems Dublin might be exempt!

legendzxix (Kerry) - Posts: 7716 - 05/04/2023 18:15:10    2469141

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