Tag: Ireland


Shelbourne F.C. Tolka Park milestone moment!

Shelbourne FC to continue playing at Tolka Park

The Irish association football club Shelbourne F.C. announced on May 13th that the Dublin City Council has voted in favor of granting the club a 250-year lease for their home pitch – the Tolka Park in Dublin, Ireland. ‘SHELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB’ stated that the above decision marks a... » Read more


Drogheda United FC eyes new stadium

Drogheda United FC acquires Weavers Park

League of Ireland football club Drogheda United FC (Ireland) will push ahead with development of a new stadium after completing the acquisition of Weavers Park from the Football Association of Ireland (FAI). The development marks a pivotal moment in the club’s history, signifying a new era of... » Read more


Irish National Basketball Arena revamp

Dublin to build new basketball arena

Basketball Ireland has submitted plans for a €35 million redevelopment of the National Basketball Arena in Dublin (Ireland). The scheme would see the new multi-sport and multi-use arena double its capacity to 3,300. The proposed works would get underway in the summer of 2025 and are expected to... » Read more


€10 million boost for The Sportsground revamp

Connacht Rugby Stadium funding

Connacht Rugby’s redevelopment of The Sportsground stadium in Galway, Ireland has been given an additional €10 million cash injection. In 2020, Connacht Rugby was awarded €10 m from the Irish State’s Large-Scale Sports Infrastructure Fund (LSSIF). At that time, An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar... » Read more


Croke Park Cusack Stand redevelopment

Croke Park development started

The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) has commenced a €12M refurbishment of Croke Park’s (Dublin, Ireland) Cusack Stand. ‘GAA’ stated that the old Cusack Stand was demolished after the 1993 All-Ireland Football Final and the current structure subsequently opened in 1996 as Phase One of the... » Read more


UK-Ireland, Italy-Turkey lands UEFA showpieces

UEFA confirms hosts for EURO 2028 and 2032

The United Kingdom and Ireland will host the 2028 European Championship, while Italy and Turkey will stage the 2032 edition of the tournament, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) announced on October 10th. ‘REUTERS’ stated that by accepting a joint Italy-Turkey bid for EURO 2032... » Read more


UK-Ireland EURO 2028 host a no-brainer

England and Ireland set to be hosting EURO 2028

Football will be coming to the home nations, and the Republic of Ireland, after it was confirmed that a joint bid to host the men’s European Championship in 2028 would proceed unopposed. ‘The Guardian’ stated that the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) said on October 4th that... » Read more


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