Opened to public in the year 1927, the Galway Sportsground is one the most renowned sports destinations in Galway. Though opened with a view of hosting football events, it currently hosts greyhound races and is home to the Connacht Rugby. With a seating capacity of around 7000 people it is also one of the largest stadiums in Galway
Join the screaming frenzy at the Eamonn Deacy Park in Galway and witness some of the most intense football matches in the state. Home to the Galway United F.C. and Galway W.F.C., this stadium can hold up to 5,000 football fans and every game here is supported with undaunted loyalty and excitement. The stadium, which was earlier known as Terryland Park, is fully accessible and includes its own press rooms, canteen and TV stations.
After the renovation, the Pearse Stadium has a fresh outlook to it. The stadium hosts a range of sporting and other cultural events including high profile concerts. This highly popular stadium has a capacity of over 30,000 and cutting edge supportive features. The stadium has witnessed awesome concerts by Bob Dylan, Bryan Adams and the like. The venue is a hot-spot in the sporting arena of Ireland.