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The name game

Another GAA county has sold the naming rights of their stadium

Ruislip will now be known as the Irish TV Grounds.

FAREWELL TO RUISLIP….hello to Irish TV Grounds.

London have become the latest GAA county to sell the naming right of their stadium after agreeing a five-year naming rights sponsorship for their Ruislip grounds.

Ruislip, which most recently hosted the Connacht football tie between Roscommon and London, will now be known as the Irish TV Grounds.

The Irish international TV stadium is undergoing a €5m makeover which will see the construction of a new 2,400 all-seater ground, four new dressing rooms, new administration offices, car parking, media facilities, a small floodlit training area and terracing.

It’s the latest GAA county to be involved in such a partnership with six GAA stadiums now having sold their naming rights

General view of the game Dan Sheridan / INPHO Innovate Wexford Park Dan Sheridan / INPHO / INPHO

Wexford’s Innovate Wexford Park and Carlow’s Netwatch Cullen Park were both renamed earlier this year.

Three counties previously had entered in to such arrangements. Mayo’s games take place in Elvery’s MacHale Park and Longford’s home is Glennon Brothers Pearse Park and Cavan’s matches are held in Kingspan Breffni Park.

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