Hannah Tyrrell, Caelan Doris and Alan Brogan were amongst the athletes at the Sport Ireland Campus yesterday to launch ‘Here We Go’, a campaign designed to raise national awareness and pride in the world-class facilities at the venue and to encourage everyone to take the opportunity to experience the home of Irish Sport.

The Sport Ireland Campus is open to everyone in Ireland. High-performance programmes based there include those of IRFU, Swim Ireland, FAI, Hockey Ireland, Badminton Ireland, and Gymnastics Ireland.

International teams such as the All Blacks also use the facilities for their training camps when visiting Ireland.

Besides this, however, the Campus also caters for the needs of the local community and is open to visitors from around the country for events or facility hire.

It is ideal for team or individual training and boasts world-class indoor and outdoor facilities which host local, national, and international events.

In 2019 and again later this year Sport for Business teamed up with the Sport Ireland Campus to deliver the All Ireland Company Games.

The ‘Here We Go’ campaign, has been developed to champion these world-class facilities by engaging with the public and encouraging them to learn more and get involved.

“With the full return of sport, I would encourage everyone to find out more about the Sport Ireland Campus and to see how they can take advantage of some of the programmes, facilities or events taking place here,” said Sport Ireland Chief Executive Officer Una May. “We should all be immensely proud of the Sport Ireland Campus and the scale of activity that takes place here from high-performance athletes to everyday amateurs.”

“The ‘Here We Go’ campaign is a reminder of the central position the Sport Ireland Campus holds as the home of Irish Sport,” added Sport Ireland Campus COO Michael Murray.

“There are some exciting plans for development over the coming years and we continue to develop the Sport Ireland Campus participation programmes.”

“The facilities at the Sport Ireland Campus really are world-class and it’s always exciting to train and prepare here for the big stage,” added Ireland and Leinster rugby player Caelan Doris.

“I’d recommend everyone to learn more and see how they can get involved.”

Sport for Business Partners