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Tallaght Stadium

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Hidden : 03/06/2011
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Tallaght Stadium
(Irish: Staid Thamhlachta) is a football stadium in the Southside suburb of Tallaght, Dublin. Shamrock Rovers originally announced details of the stadium back in July 1996. The stadium is owned and operated by South Dublin County Council with Shamrock Rovers as the anchor tenants.

The main stand seats 3,048 and holds home supporters, away supporters, club officials and press. A second stand seating 2,899 on the opposite (east) side of the ground, was completed in August 2009. This stand holds the stadium's tv gantry and has brought the seating capacity to 5,947. Both stands are covered. There are no stands currently in place behind the goals. Refreshment stalls are located at the southern end as is a stadium control room.

Temporary seating has twice been constructed at the stadium. Once for a club friendly against Real Madrid which gave the ground a temporary capacity of 10,900 and again before the 2009 FAI Cup Final, giving the ground a temporary capacity of 8,800.

Located behind the main stand is the Shamrock Rovers club shop jointly operated by Rovers and kit suppliers Umbro. Also onsite at the stadium is the 'Glenmalure Suite' open to club members on matchdays.

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