GAA @ Wembley

Considering the covid situation hear and the prospect of there been little or no crowds going to inter county matches i ask should the GAA consider using Wembley as an alternative venue this year.
You could double up for both hurling and football semi finals and also play both finals as a double header.With the amount of irish in the uk they would be guaranteed at least 50 k per double header.
 
Considering the covid situation hear and the prospect of there been little or no crowds going to inter county matches i ask should the GAA consider using Wembley as an alternative venue this year.
You could double up for both hurling and football semi finals and also play both finals as a double header.With the amount of irish in the uk they would be guaranteed at least 50 k per double header.

Great idea.
 

red&blue

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Considering the covid situation hear and the prospect of there been little or no crowds going to inter county matches i ask should the GAA consider using Wembley as an alternative venue this year.
You could double up for both hurling and football semi finals and also play both finals as a double header.With the amount of irish in the uk they would be guaranteed at least 50 k per double header.

No to foreign sports stadia (unless we do a flower lodge on it)
 
Considering the covid situation hear and the prospect of there been little or no crowds going to inter county matches i ask should the GAA consider using Wembley as an alternative venue this year.
You could double up for both hurling and football semi finals and also play both finals as a double header.With the amount of irish in the uk they would be guaranteed at least 50 k per double header.

And what about the issue of the pitch being approx 20 yards short on either side? :D
 

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