The Football Association of Ireland has approved its 2019 financial accounts, which showed a loss of €5.1m ($6.2m) along with commercial income of €15.7m.
The accounts were audited by Grant Thornton, the FAI’s new auditors, and were approved by the FAI board and circulated to members ahead of the annual general meeting on December 29.
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