Páirc Uí Chaoimh Venue Information

County Ground: Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Páirc Uí Chaoimh opened in 1976 and was named after Pádraig Ó Caoimh, who was a native of Cork and was general secretary of the GAA between 1929-1964. The new stadium was opened in 2018 features covered stands and two terraces behind each goal.


The new Páirc Uí Chaoimh is a 45,000 capacity stadium. Spectators now have the ability to walk around the full circumference of the stadium. The stadium is fully wheelchair accessible. The North Stand and South Stand combined accommodates 21,000 spectators seated. Both the City and Blackrock terrace have a maximum capacity of 24,000 standing.

The Upper Tier of the South Stand is accessed from ground level in front of the 4G Pitch. There are two dedicated Premium level entrances at either end of the South Stand and the Lower Tier of the South Stand turnstiles are accessed on the podium level.

Row A is the closest to the pitch in both stands.


Páirc Uí Chaoimh is located on the Marina just 3km from the city centre and 10 minutes' walk the village of Blackrock.

GPS Co-ordinates: 51°53′59.10″N 8°26′6.15″W

Public Transport

Buses available to Ballintemple village and it's just a 5 minute stroll from there. Taxi service available from Patrick St.

The stadium is approximately 20 minutes' walk from Kent Station.