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Sport Ireland news

Sport Ireland will invest a record €36m in all levels of sport during 2020. The funding will include a €13.8m grant to fund core activities ... More
The Irish government will utilise funds sitting in dormant bank accounts by investing them in sport and physical activity measures. In total, €4.2m will be ... More
Nearly half (46 per cent) of the Irish population – around 1.78 million people – currently participate in sport at least once a week. The ... More
Sport Ireland is to invest more than €3m (£2.7m) as part of plans to create more sporting opportunities for women and girls in the country. ... More
Ireland's National Indoor Arena has reached the second stage of its phased opening. Facilities made available to both elite and community sport during the second ... More
Sport Ireland has launched a new strategy for women's sport. The Women in Sport Policy seeks to underline and recognise the opportunity to make a ... More
Sport Ireland will invest €32m in national governing bodies, direct athlete support and the Local Sports Partnership Network (LSP) during 2019. The funding – which ... More
The Irish Wheelchair Association has partnered with Sport Ireland to launch a guide designed to help wheelchair users get more physically active – by enabling ... More
Sport Ireland has received a €6.5m (£5.7m) increase in its annual funding levels. The boost was announced as part of the Irish government's Budget 2019 ... More
A high-performance rugby facility will be developed in Ireland as the nation’s governing body for the sport ramps up its bid for the 2023 Rugby ... More
The governing body for cricket in Ireland has been handed a major boost in its ambition to make the sport part of the nation’s mainstream ... More
Sport Ireland has distributed €10.8m between 58 national governing bodies as part of its latest investment decisions. The money will be split into core grants, ... More
National sporting infrastructure in Ireland has received a major boost with the delivery of the €41m (US$44m, £35m) National Indoor Arena in Dublin, which will ... More
Special Olympics Ireland (SOI), the organisation that provides sporting opportunities for intellectually disabled individuals, has moved into Sport Ireland’s new National Sports Campus. Based within ... More
The Irish government has set aside further funding to establish six new community sports hubs and invest in other participation initiatives. A sum of €1.4m ... More
More than 300 sporting events will be held across Ireland from 10 September as part of the nation’s participation in this year’s European Week of ... More
High performance sport organisation, the Irish Institute of Sport, will be on the hunt for a new sports director when Gary Keegan steps down in ... More
Women’s football and the traditional Irish sport of camogie will receive a €1m (£791,745, US$1.2m) boost from the Irish government over a two-year period. Minister ... More
A decrease in the number of individuals taking part in team sports such as Gaelic Football and soccer has resulted in an overall dip in ... More
The Irish government has set aside €27m (£21.1m, US$30.1m) in sports grants for 2016, which will be distributed to governing bodies and local partnerships via ... More
The Irish government has ring-fenced an initial €5.5m (£4.2m, US$6m) for 2016 in a bid to get 500,000 more people involved with regular physical activity ... More
A new €4m high performance training facility – designed to help Ireland’s Olympic hopefuls win medals at major events – will open its doors in ... More
Ireland is to get its first new National Sports Policy in more than 20 years. The strategy will look to provide the framework for sport ... More
Fáilte Ireland has launched a new strategy to develop equestrian tourism throughout the country. Group product manager Mark Rowlette said: “We are confident that there ... More
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