The Sports Capital Programme aims to foster an integrated and planned approach to developing sports and physical recreation facilities throughout the country. In particular, its objectives are to:
- assist voluntary and community organisations, national governing bodies (NGBs) of sport, local authorities and in some cases VECs and schools to develop high quality, safe, well-designed, sustainable facilities in appropriate locations and to provide appropriate equipment to help maximise participation in sport and physical recreation
- prioritise the needs of disadvantaged areas in the provision of sports facilities
- encourage the multi-purpose use of local, regional and national sports facilities by clubs, community organisations and national governing bodies of sport
Online System for Sports Capital Programme
2017 Sports Capital Programme
The 2017 Sports Capital Programme is currently closed for applications.
The deadline for applications was 5pm on Friday 24 February 2017. The online system was shut down at this time and no late or partial applications are being accepted.
The 2017 guide to filling out the online application form, including the terms and conditions pertaining to applications, may be downloaded below:
An Irish language guide is also available.
A blank sample application form is also available for download.
The Sports Capital Programme YouTube channel has guides to the registration and application processes.
A full list of the applications received under the 2017 Sports Capital Programme may be downloaded.
A copy of the assessment procedures and scoring system that will be used to score all valid applications is available to download.
If you require further information on the Sports Capital Programme, you can contact us at:
Sports Capital Programmes Unit
Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport
Co. Kerry, V93A49X
Enquiries can be made by calling the phone number matching your county from the list below.