5th highest Final attendance since 1932
Highest stand-alone Camogie Final attendance since 2006
Increase of almost 25% on 2015 Final
A bumper crowd of 20,037 people descended on Croke Park on Sunday (September 11th) for the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championship Finals and witnessed three thrilling Finals which culminated in Kilkenny claiming the O’Duffy Cup for a thirteenth time.
This made it the fifth highest attendance for a Camogie All-Ireland Final since 1932 and the highest attendance since 2006 for a stand-alone Camogie Final when 20,685 spectators watched Cork complete a two-in-a-row against Tipperary. The attendance saw an increase of almost 25% on the 16,610 that attended the 2015 Final.
The Finals also drew in an increased television audience which saw 328,000 viewers tuning in at its peak for the Senior Final which was broadcast live on RTÉ One, which was an increase of 23,000 on the peak of 305,000 viewers who tuned in for the 2015 Finals.
An average of 216,400 viewers tuned into the live coverage of both the Intermediate and Senior Final, representing a 26% share of the market.