Leitrim's population is 32,044 and every single one of them is trying to get to Croke Park this Saturday for the Allianz League Divison Four final against Derry.
A day in HQ has been a long time coming for the county and Terry Hyland's outfit duly delivered it last month. Now, the problem is getting all the fans there.
Per the Leitrim Observer, coach and bus operators have had to look outside the county for extra buses to try cater for all the demand.
It comes after Leitrim County Board Secretary Attracta O'Reilly told RTE that at least 300 people have booked flights home from New York for the game. There is also a large contingent travelling from England.
Speaking to Balls.ie earlier this year, manager Terry Hyland said promotion was always the goal.
Leitrim has been in Division Four since its inception, it's important we get out of it. If we're successful in the league it might kick us on for Championship too.
The game throws-in at 3.oopm, with Meath and Donegal to follow at 5.00pm.