Breffni Park
Breffni Park"known for sponsorship reasons as the Kingspan Breffni Park" is a Gaelic Athletic Association stadium in Cavan, Ireland. It is the home of the Cavan Gaelic football team. The ground has an overall capacity of about 32,000 with a 6,000 seated capacity. Breffni is the historic name for area of Cavan/ Leitrim. Cavan is often referred to as the Breffni County. Breffni Park is one of the few stadiums in the country with floodlights. It is located on Park Lane to the south of Cavan town, see Map In 2006, the first ever women's match in international rules football was played between Australia and Ireland at Breffni Park. The venue also holds the world record for the twelve-hour continuous relay race.

History
Breffni Park was opened in 1923. The opening was attended by Eoin O'Duffy who gave a speech calling on the GAA to "bring together all sections of the Irish people" to "save the youth of Ireland from the sea of moral degradation into which they were travelling".

Athletics
In June 2009, the world record for the twelve-hour continuous relay race was broken by 1,868 participants.

Camogie
The 2009 Cavan Camogie Development Fun Day to promote the development of camogie at underage levels was held at Breffni Park on 7 June 2009.

Gaelic football
Breffni Park regularly hosts matches in the Ulster Senior Football Championship. In the Ulster Senior Football Championship 2009, it hosted Cavan's unexpected 0-13 to 1-09 quarter-final defeat of Fermanagh. Critics had beforehand doubted Cavan's ability to win the match. The Belfast Telegraph described it as Cavan's "most inept championship performance for some time", saying Fermanagh were "gunned down". Breffni Park has also hosted several matches at national level.

All-Ireland qualifying matches
Breffni Park has hosted a number of qualifiers for the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship. The stadium hosted one game involving Cavan when they progressed to round four of the qualifiers for the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2005. The team entered the qualifiers in the second round where they beat Donegal by a score of 1-11 to 1-10 at the ground. Breffni Park also hosted the third round qualifying game between Monaghan and Louth which Monaghan won by 1-12 to 0-14. The round three qualifier for the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2007 between Derry and Laois was played at Breffni Park. Derry won by 1-18 to 2-11 to go through to the quarter finals.

Allianz National League
In 2004, Breffni Park hosted a Division 1B match between Cavan and Armagh which Cavan won convincingly by a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-8. Armagh were winners of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2002 and runners-up in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2003. Breffni Park was chosen to host the 2006 Division Two Final of the Allianz National League between Donegal and Louth. There was controversy when Donegal's manager Brian McIver was upset as he thought the game should have been played at Croke Park in Dublin. McIver said: "It defies logic and I think the sponsors might have something to say about it as well. It's very strange that the finals can suddenly be moved from Croke Park. The National League is the second biggest competition in the GAA and the finals should be staged at Croke Park". The GAA claimed it was due to "the geographic considerations in respect of the four Division One semi-finalists". Donegal's semi-final defeat of Westmeath had also taken place at Breffni Park.

Hurling

National Hurling League
Two of the National Hurling League Finals were played at Breffni Park on 2 May 2009. These were the Division Three A Final between Meath versus Kildare and the Division Four Final between Monaghan versus Sligo.

International rules football
On 31 October 2006, the first ever women's match in international rules football was played between Australia and Ireland at Breffni Park. Ireland's convincingly beat Australia's women by 130-15.