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Dublin City Council releases plans for €20 million Dalymount Park redevelopment

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Dublin City Council releases plans for €20 million Dalymount Park redevelopment

Dublin City Council releases plans for €20 million Dalymount Park redevelopment
February 05
10:42 2016

Dublin City Council has released the details of its plans to revamp Dalymount Park into a modern 10,000 seater stadium, a redevelopment which is expected to cost up to €20m to complete.

The first phase of the redevelopment will see the installation of an artificial pitch and the construction of a new 4,500 seater main stand, which is currently the Jodi Stand.

Club offices, a warm-up area, community rooms and a new ‘Hall of Fame’ museum will also be housed in the stand while the plans include new entrances to the ground from St Peter’s Road and Connaught Street.

The plans would mean that Bohemians would have to find a new home for at least a season until the build is complete.

Seating will be built behind both goals but the second main stand will only proceed once Phibsborough Shopping centre is redeveloped.

The redeveloped Dalymount Park is expected to be used as a team base for Euro 2020 and to stage underage internationals.

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