February 20, 2024
Irish Government Casement Park funding another positive step – Maskey 

Sinn Féin MP Paul Maskey has welcomed news that the Irish Government will support the development of Casement Park with €50 million worth of funding. 

The West Belfast MP said:

“I welcome the announcement from the Irish Government that they will contribute a significant sum of money towards the redevelopment of Casement Park.

“Alongside work to prepare the site beginning yesterday, this is another positive step to ensuring we have a first-class, state-of-the-art sporting facility for Ulster Gaels, and to host major games in the Euros and big events. 

“The construction of Casement Park will help to strengthen our local economy, create jobs, and showcase everything that makes our island and people amazing through the power of sport. 

“Both Governments, the Executive, the GAA and Football Associations must continue working together to ensure this flagship project is delivered quickly and on time.”

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