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|Location||Waterford, County Waterford, X91 YT10, Ireland|
|Public transit||Waterford railway station|
|Field size||142 x 80 m|
Walsh Park (Irish: Páirc Breathnach) is a GAA stadium in Waterford, Ireland named after Willie Walsh, a well-known referee and long time campaigner for Gaelic games in Waterford It is one of the two homes of the Waterford Gaelic football and hurling teams, the other being Fraher Field in Dungarvan. The ground currently has a capacity of 17,000. In 2005 it was announced that almost €4 million was to be spent upgrading the venue.
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