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The SSE Arena is Northern Ireland's largest indoor venue. With a seating capacity of 20,000, it offers facilities to host international concerts, sports events, and exhibitions, all under one roof. The complex also has a W5 interactive discovery center, the Sheridan IMAX Cinema, a multiplex cinema, a hydraulic running track and a main floor that can be converted into a rink for ice hockey events. You can book your tickets on-line or by telephone. Now isn't that something to look forward to on your next visit to Belfast!
Home ground of the Linfield football club, Windsor Park is one of the major stadiums in Belfast. Located at Donegall Avenue, it was opened to public in 1905. With a capacity of 18,000 spectators, the stadium hosts regular matches and tournaments. To have a look at their upcoming schedule, or to attend a live match, please call ahead.
Built in 1892 and renovated in 1999, the Oval stadium owned by Girona has been around for over a century and still continues to serve its purpose of being a fully functional football stadium. Home to local football club Glentoran, this 26,556 capacity stadium has played host to some of the most intense matches in Northern Irish football. Surviving a bombing in 1941 during World War 2, these grounds have a story to tell, and catching a live match here promises to be an awe-inspiring prospect.
Balmoral Golf Club is an 18-hole course, located three miles south of the city center. If you're visiting from abroad and are keen to get out and play on those beautiful, well-watered lawns Ireland is famous for, but haven't managed to pack your clubs, this course will hire them out to you. They even hire left-handed clubs, which puts them in a league above most other local courses. You can also hire their trolleys and caddies. A practice area, changing rooms and fully licensed bar and restaurant are also a part of this club.
Established in 1953, the Casement Park is a famous stadium located in Belfast. With a total capacity of 32,600 spectators, the stadium is used for multiple sports including football, rugby and Gaelic games. To know their upcoming matches, please have a look at the website.