The attendance record at the GAA All-Ireland Senior Ladies’ Football Championship Final was broken again in 2019 – with a total of 56,114 fans spectating the game (and braving the Irish rain) at Croke Park in Dublin, witnessing Dublin winning their third consecutive LGFA Final.
|Season||Winners||Final Score||Runner Up||Location||Attendance|
|2009||Cork||1–09 – 0–11||Dublin||Croke Park, Dublin||21,606|
|2010||Dublin||3–16 – 0–09||Tyrone||Croke Park, Dublin||21,750|
|2011||Cork||2–07 – 0–11||Monaghan||Croke Park, Dublin||20,061|
|2012||Cork||0–16 – 0-07||Kerry||Croke Park, Dublin||16,998|
|2013||Cork||1-10 – 1-09||Monaghan||Croke Park, Dublin||25,103|
|2014||Cork||2–13 – 2-12||Dublin||Croke Park, Dublin||27,374|
|2015||Cork||0-12 – 0-10||Dublin||Croke Park, Dublin||31,083|
|2016||Cork||1-07 – 1-06||Dublin||Croke Park, Dublin||34,445|
|2017||Dublin||4-11 – 0-11||Mayo||Croke Park, Dublin||46,286|
|2018||Dublin||3-11 – 1-12||Cork||Croke Park, Dublin||50,141|
|2019||Dublin||2-03 – 0-04||Galway||Croke Park, Dublin||56,114|
The attendance figure show a trend of growth over the last seven years, with a rise of just over 10% since the 2018 season where Dublin recorded back to back titles against Cork in the senior final. This growth is especially important for the GAA as the Irish sports organization reported declining football crowds at GAA games earlier in the year.