# Attendances

Last year
IRFU in contact with government on crowd restrictions ahead of Six Nations
The union is hoping to see the 5,000 limit lifted in time for the clash with Wales next month.
All time
GAA gate receipts fell 9% in 2015 and hurling attendances were largely to blame
The GAA’s financial report for the last 12 months was released this morning.
The rising tide in League of Ireland attendances isn't keeping all boats afloat
John O’Sullivan says the FAI’s figures for 2015 need to be broken down to be understood.
Munster intent on growing Thomond Park crowds with improved facilities
The province will also begin building work on their new University of Limerick training base in January.
The GAA collected €29m in gate receipts in 2013 with a 12% rise in hurling championship figures
The figures were published this morning in the association’s annual financial report.
GAA stays positive despite 20% fall in revenue last year
The Association’s revenue dipped under €47m last year, but officials say that they are managing the downturn well.
The Burning Question: would lower ticket prices boost flagging attendance figures?
As the FAI announce they’re scrapping ticket bundling, we argue the toss.