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Ulster GAA Senior Football Championship attendances up 7%

A Chairde,

With a sell out Ulster GAA Senior Football Final and bumper attendances throughout the season 134,849 spectators attended the 2014 Championship (172,352 spectators if the two replay games are included). This marks a 7% increase on the 2013 Championship (excluding the two replays). An exciting draw, a freeze in admission prices for the Quarter Finals and Semi Finals and a robust marketing campaign has again marked a third consecutive year of attendance increases for the Ulster GAA Senior Football Championship. Ulster GAA has listened to your feedback and we will continue to do so. Plans are already underway for the 2014 Ulster GAA Club Championship and the 2015 McKenna Cup and we will be in touch with you soon about the plans for these competitions towards the end of the summer.

There are two firm messages coming out of this years Championship the first is clear in Ulster our matches mean more and secondly Nothing Beats Being There!

Thank you for your continued support and contribution to Ulster GAA.

Uladh Abu!

Martin McAviney

Uachtarán Chomhairle Uladh GAA

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