The attendance record was broken once again at the 2018 All-Ireland GAA finals, as 50,141 spectators turned out to watch Dublin defend the Brendan Martin Cup against Cork.
It represents a jump of almost 4,000 fans who saw the Dubs topple Mayo in last year's decider as the crowd number continues to increase each year.
ANOTHER RECORD BREAKING ATTENDANCE FOR LGFA ALL IRELAND FINALS DAY!— Elaine Buckley (@ElaineBucko) September 16, 2018
FIFTY THOUSAND in Croke Park!
Build it, and they will come... 🙌🏻 #LGFA #SeriousSupport pic.twitter.com/69lhn69hgX
The 2018 attendance is almost 16,000 more than the crowd who watched Cork win the 2016 All-Ireland final and just under 20,000 more than the turnout for the 2015 decider.
It was a historic day for Dublin as they completed back-to-back All-Irelands for the first time in their history and defeated their old foes Cork in a championship game after losing out to the Rebels in previous All-Ireland finals.