Clarisford 3G Christmas Opening Times

Clarisford 3G will be closed on the following days:

24th December – Christmas Eve
25th December – Christmas Day
26th December – St Stephens Day
31st December – New Years Eve
1st January – New Years Day

If you would like to book 3G all weather pitch outside of these times, please email or see

Smash Soccer at Clarisford 3G

Thanks to two local and innovative young students from St Anne’s Community College,  global hit ‘Smash Soccer’ is coming to Clarisford 3G on Saturday 29th November. Smash Soccer is a 5 a side soccer game where each player wears a large air cushioned costume from head to hip whilst trying to tackle and score for their team in a 30 minute game. Plenty of laughs are guaranteed for players & onlookers alike so we encourage you to get a team together and get in touch with Ronan Gilmartin or James Prentice to arrange a booking.


Clarisford Park win at ipb Pride of Place Awards 2014

Clarisford Park, the Clare county representative in the Community Innovation category received the runner-up award at the 2014 All Ireland ipb Pride of Place Awards held in Treacys West County Hotel, Ennis on Saturday night last.

Joe Gilmartin, Chairman accepted the award on behalf of Clarisford Park from Tom Dowling, Chairman, Pride of Place and acknowledged the support from the local community of Killaloe Ballina, clubs and stakeholders involved in the project to date.

Healthy Ireland Supports Clarisford parkrun!

Thank You to Healthy Ireland, supporters of Clarisford parkrun!

Director of Clarisford Park and Chair of Healthy Ireland, Keith Wood said; “We are delighted to welcome parkrun to Clarisford Park. Reducing inequalities to actively engage in sport & recreational activity has been a core value in the development of Clarisford Park and indeed the Healthy Ireland initiative. parkrun is an exciting opportunity to improve on health, well-being and quality of life and will hopefully be a catalyst for an improved healthy lifestyle for all the people of Killaloe Ballina.”

Healthy Ireland is a national Government framework for action to improve the health and wellbeing of our country over the coming generation. The wellbeing and health of the people living in our country is the most valuable resource that we have. Health is major asset for our society, and improving the health and wellbeing of the nation is a national priority for the Government.. Healthy Ireland’s four high-level goals at the heart of all actions and activities are:

 Increasing the proportion of Irish people who are healthy at all stages of life
 Reducing health inequalities
 Protecting the public from threats to health and wellbeing
 Creating an environment where every sector of society can play its part


Clare Sports Partnership supports Clarisford parkrun

Thank You to Clare Sports Partnership, supporters of Clarisford parkrun!

The Clare Sports Partnership was established in 2001 by the Irish Sports Council. The mission of the Irish Sports Council is to plan, lead and coordinate the sustainable development of sport in Ireland. The aims of the Irish Sports Council are to increase participation through the removal of barriers, and to make better use of facilities. The Local Sports Partnership Initiative was developed in order to help deliver these aims and to create a national structure to co-ordinate and promote the development of sport at local level. The Clare Sports Partnership provides county wide training & courses for all ages including Active Leadership, Get Walking, Meet and Train, Women in Sport and Youth Basketball.

John Sweeney, Coordinator, Clare Sports Partnership said “parkrun is a fantastic pathway of allowing people to take part in a weekly 5km event, completely free. We have seen in the recent Sports Monitor report compiled by the Irish Sports Council that running is the 3rd most popular physical activity amongst the Irish adults, with 8.5% of the population taking part regular sessions. We are delighted to be in a position to support parkrun in Killaloe and envisage that it will prove to be an extremely successful and popular event”.