For the first time, the GAA have revealed details of aggregate salaries paid to senior management at the Association, published in the annual report.
With the FAI's recent governance issues in the public eye, the GAA have released their set of accounts as part of Director General Tom Ryan's review of 2019.
It reveals there are 14 members of the senior executive team, with the salaries of this team amounting to €1,761, 840 in 2019. The salaries are not declared for individual executives. The median salary of the 14 is €125, 845.
It is worth noting that three of the salaries came from the Croke Park stadium side of the operation.
An average salary increase of 2.4 percent was awarded in 2019.
A management committee comprising of 17 volunteer members and two non-voting members oversees the remuneration of executives.
Upon publication of his report, Tom Ryan told Off the Ball today that:
"It's a bit of a departure for us. We haven't mentioned individuals. What we've got in the accounts, I think it's in excess of what we are required to provide, in terms of accounting standards and in terms of the law. We have expanded on our disclosure this year."