Tallaght Stadium Naming Rights Opportunity!

Tallaght Stadium is now open for sponsorship!

Tallaght Stadium Naming Rights Opportunity!

Tallaght Stadium, the home of Shamrock Rovers, as well as the Irish Women’s National Team and Under 21s Men’s team, is seeking to appoint a Naming Rights sponsor.

The selected sponsor will secure a robust package of assets and benefits, including, but not limited to the following:

  • Naming Rights of Tallaght Stadium

  • Right to promote Naming Rights in Brand Communications

  • Sponsor exposure in Broadcast, Print and Digital media coverage 

  • Extensive Signage & Branding Opportunities

  • Match/event tickets allocation 

  • Stadium Usage

It's Game On To Secure The Naming Rights To
Tallaght Stadium...

How To Apply

The Naming Rights opportunity for Tallaght Stadium will be managed via a two-stage tender process, the first being a “Qualification Questionnaire” and the second a “Restricted Invitation to Tender”. The first stage will open on September 12th on the eTenders website. Applications for this first stage can be submitted from the September 12th opening date until the closing date on October 13th.

Register your details below to receive the link to apply!

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What Tallaght Stadium Has To Offer









The story so far...

Located in the heart of Tallaght, the stadium has welcomed more than 100,000 football fans so far in 2022. TV broadcasts from the stadium attracted 1.8 million viewers in 2021. It plays host to all home fixtures for Shamrock Rovers – current SSE Airtricity Premier Division Champions – as well as the Irish Women’s National Team and the Under 21s Men’s team.

The Irish Women’s National Team have qualified for a playoff for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the Under 21s Men’s team have qualified for a playoff for the 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship.

Tallaght Stadium is a Municipal Stadium owned by South Dublin County Council, who have invested €11.5 million into the stadium. This investment will allow major refurbishment work to take place across the West stand corporate areas to provide upgraded conference and meeting room facilities, as well as enhanced amenities for media and sporting fixtures. The investment will also add a new North Stand to the stadium which will increase the seating capacity from 8,000 to 10,000+, and solidify Tallaght Stadium’s UEFA Category 4 status, allowing for the hosting of all UEFA competitive fixtures, including internationals as well as both Champions League and Europa League games.

With stadium seating and temporary on-field seating, the venue could accommodate up to 20,000 people and therefore South Dublin County Council also intends to use the stadium as a major concert and event centre, with the intention to host the first large-scale concert over the next 18 months.

On completion of the Tallaght Stadium development, three new state of the art conference/meeting spaces will be available for use – suitable for hot desking, offsite team meetings or press conferences. The additional corporate areas can cater for up to 70 people, coupled with the main function room and bar which can cater for 300 people and 180 people respectively, meaning the stadium will now have space to suit a variety of needs.