Markievicz Park (Irish: Páirc Markiewicz) is the principal GAA stadium in County Sligo, Ireland, home to the Sligo football and hurling teams. Built in 1955 due mostly to Sean Forde who single-handedly gathered the funds necessary to build the stadium, it is named after Constance Markievicz, one of the participants of the 1916 Easter Rising and the first woman elected to Dáil Éireann and also the first female British MP.

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  • Le Markievicz Park (en gaélique Páirc Markiewicz) est un stade de sports gaéliques situé dans la ville de Sligo, dans la province du Connacht en Irlande.Il porte le nom de Constance Markievicz, militante nationaliste et révolutionnaire irlandaise ayant pris part à l'insurrection de Pâques 1916. Le stade fut rénové lors d'un projet sur dix ans et achevé en 2009 pour un cout total de 2,4 millions d'euros, portant sa capacité totale de 10 500 à 18 558 places (dont 3 585 places assises couvertes). Ce stade est le théâtre des finales des championnat de football et de hurling du comté de Sligo ainsi que des matchs de compétitions inter-comtés disputés par les équipes du Sligo GAA. (fr)
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Markievicz Park è uno stadio irlandese, della Gaelic Athletic Association, situato a Sligo, città del Connacht e capoluogo dell'omonima contea. Ospita le gare casalinghe delle franchige di calcio gaelico ed hurling della contea e prende il proprio nome da Constance Markiewicz, una delle partecipanti alla Sollevazione di Pasqua del 1916, prima donna in assoluto ad entrare nel Dáil Éireann e una delle prime in assoluto a livello mondiale a diventare ministro ( nel suo caso del lavoro) del proprio paese. Nel luglio del 2003, sul campo si tenne il concerto della popband Westlife, originaria di Sligo. (it)
  • Markievicz Park (Irish: Páirc Markiewicz) is the principal GAA stadium in County Sligo, Ireland, home to the Sligo football and hurling teams. Built in 1955 due mostly to Sean Forde who single-handedly gathered the funds necessary to build the stadium, it is named after Constance Markievicz, one of the participants of the 1916 Easter Rising and the first woman elected to Dáil Éireann and also the first female British MP. The grounds were redeveloped in a ten-year project completed in 2009 and costing €2.4 million. This raised the safe capacity from 10,500 to 18,558 (3,585 seated under a covered stand, 14,936 standing terraced, 37 disabled spectator places). (en)
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  • Markievicz Park (Irish: Páirc Markiewicz) is the principal GAA stadium in County Sligo, Ireland, home to the Sligo football and hurling teams. Built in 1955 due mostly to Sean Forde who single-handedly gathered the funds necessary to build the stadium, it is named after Constance Markievicz, one of the participants of the 1916 Easter Rising and the first woman elected to Dáil Éireann and also the first female British MP. (en)
  • Il template {{Coord}} ha riscontrato degli errori (istruzioni):Modulo:Wikidata:398: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value) Markievicz Park è uno stadio irlandese, della Gaelic Athletic Association, situato a Sligo, città del Connacht e capoluogo dell'omonima contea. Ospita le gare casalinghe delle franchige di calcio gaelico ed hurling della contea e prende il proprio nome da Constance Markiewicz, una delle partecipanti alla Sollevazione di Pasqua del 1916, prima donna in assoluto ad entrare nel Dáil Éireann e una delle prime in assoluto a livello mondiale a diventare ministro ( nel suo caso del lavoro) del proprio paese. (it)
  • Le Markievicz Park (en gaélique Páirc Markiewicz) est un stade de sports gaéliques situé dans la ville de Sligo, dans la province du Connacht en Irlande.Il porte le nom de Constance Markievicz, militante nationaliste et révolutionnaire irlandaise ayant pris part à l'insurrection de Pâques 1916. Le stade fut rénové lors d'un projet sur dix ans et achevé en 2009 pour un cout total de 2,4 millions d'euros, portant sa capacité totale de 10 500 à 18 558 places (dont 3 585 places assises couvertes). (fr)
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