The last major game to take place at the ground was the 2014 Munster Hurling Final
Cork's Pairc Ui Chaoimh continues to be silently demolished as plans continue to rebuild the stadium.
The estimated €70million rebuild will increase the capacity at the venue to 45,000. The Cork County Board hope that games will be able to be played in the venue during the 2017 Munster Championship.
It closed down in 2014, with the Munster Hurling Final between Cork and Limerick being the last major game to be played at the venue. The stadium was originally opened in 1976.
It has also hosted many concerts on the banks of the Lee, with Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen and U2 all playing at the stadium.
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