Eir Sport have announced three League of Ireland games that they will be showing live. Dundalk v Cork City @ Oriel Park on March 9th. Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians @ Tallaght Stadium on April 13th. Bohemians v Cork City @ Dalymount Park on April 20th. 🙌⚽️️🇮🇪📺 We are delighted to
Shamrock Rovers will have their new east stand constructed in 2017. The proposed development will cost €2m and consist of the construction of a new single tier 2,195 seat, spectator stand, including associated ancillary and welfare facilities, within the boundaries of Tallaght Stadium to the south of the two existing spectator
In a report in the Tallaght Echo today, it stated that 'South Dublin County Council has been called on prioritise progress in respect of proposals to build a new Stand at Tallaght Stadium, and allow Tallaght Stadium to reach its true potential.' Local councillor Charlie O’Connor raised the matter at the
Dundalk FC have confirmed that their Champions League 3rd round home qualifier against Bate Borisov will be played at Shamrock Rovers Tallaght Stadium. Oriel Park does not meet Uefa requirements for this round. Tallaght Stadium will have a capacity of 6,000 so Dundalk could actually fit more fans into this fixture.
It has been announced that there is plans in place to build a new stand in Tallaght Stadium behind the goal (North Stand) and bring the capacity of the stadium up to 8,500. €250,000 was given toward the development of a north stand at Tallaght Stadium as part of the re-allocation
The Scottish Sun have today reported that current Shamrock Rovers manager Pat Fenlon is extremely interested in becoming Celtic's Head of Youth at the Scottish club, Fenlon has a great record from his time managing Hibs in Scotland, taking the Edinburgh side to two Scottish Cup finals in a row