Fitzpatrick welcomes greenlight on the Dalymount Park Redevelopment Project 

Published on: 09 April 2021

Fianna Fáil Senator for Dublin Central, Mary Fitzpatrick, has welcomed the announcement by Dublin City Council (DCC) that they have been given the go ahead to proceed to the design and planning stages of the Dalymount Park Redevelopment.  

A grant agreement has now been signed with the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media (DTCAGSM) in relation to the Dalymount Park Redevelopment Project. The allocation of €918,750 from the Large Scale Sports Infrastructure Fund (LSSIF) will part fund the design and planning elements of the project. 

Welcoming the announcement, Senator Mary Fitzpatrick commented, “The redevelopment of the stadium is critically important for soccer but also for sustainable regeneration of Phibsborough, one of the capital’s prime urban villages.   

“It has taken six years to get to this point and I urge DCC to accelerate the process, Soccer, Phibsborough and the Capital city needs DCC to adopt greater urgency and develop this state-of-the-art facility.”  

The current plan is to develop: 

  • A four sided enclosed (bowl) municipal stadium 6000 capacity UEFA category 3 stadium 
  • New north, south, east and west stands 
  • New community stand (east) – 1,000m² at first floor level including library, flexible community space, meeting rooms etc. plus c.1,000m² of concourse space at ground level which could potentially be utilized for community activities and events on non-match days. 
  • New football stand (west) – UEFA Category 3 facilities plus club offices and meeting rooms incl. c250m² of hospitality/community space