Accessible Tallaght Stadium 

Since 2008 South Dublin County Council has been a member of the European Observatory: Cities and Town for All. The European Observatory is a forum, which was created out of the Barcelona Declaration, to encourage and support cities and towns to share best practice in accessibility.

The extensive access works and initiatives which we have undertaken over the past 13 years, in particular, have all been focused on removing the barriers that create disability and exclusion and creating a truly Accessible South Dublin County.

Tallaght Stadium strives to provide an accessible environment for all its guests. Wheelchair access is available at the Stadium, for Health & Safety applications MUST be processed through the Managers Office and approved prior to your visit. All applications for wheelchair access should be directed to the Managers Office at the Stadium. For more information please contact reception at 01 420 3033.

Accessibility spaces are located in both the East and South Stands. There are designated accessible parking bays beside both the Block 4 & 5 turnstiles. Patrons with accessibility requirements can gain entry into the ground via the gates beside blocks 4 & 5. On arrival, please present at your designated entry point where a steward will organise access via the designated gate.


Service Animals

Animals are not allowed in Tallaght Stadium, however, an exception is made for patrons with service animals. Please contact the reception at 01 420 3033 if any accommodations are required.



Tallaght Stadium team members have been trained in emergency preparedness including the appropriate ways to evacuate patrons with additional needs.

Comments, Questions, Suggestions

Meeting the of needs patrons at Tallaght Stadium is a never-ending commitment. In our quest to continually improve stadium accessibility, we ask that you contact us with any of your comments, questions and/or suggestions:

Tallaght Stadium
Whitestown Way
Dublin 24

Tel: 01 420 3033