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Basketball is one of the sports that needs high stamina and energy levels. Here are some of the best venues available in Dublin.
Located in Milltown, South Dublin, Alexandra College offers indoor and outdoor basketball, as well as indoor team training room. This venue is equipped with changing rooms, floodlights and free parking spaces and can be hired on a pay as you play basis. The nearest station is Milltown Luas station
ALSAA is one of Dublin's leading sports facility provider. It offers basketball in an indoor arena on a pay as you play basis. The center is located in Toberbunny and the easiest way to get there is through Dublin Bus Stop 1631 (Swords Rd). ALSAA can be accessed from 06.30 - 23.00 on weekdays and 09.00 - 18.00 hours on weekends.
Indoor basketball happens to be one of the wide range of sports facilities offered by Corduff Sports Centre. Its located in Corduff, just a few minutes drive from Blanchardstown and can be accessed by Dublin bus Stop 1822 on the Blackcourt Road. The venue has has changing rooms, floodlights and parking and can be booked on a pay as you play basis.
Indoor basketball is offered at the Inspire Fitness Centre. It is situated in Cabra and is easily accessible by Dublin bus on the Navan/Skreen Roads. The court can be hired on a pay as you play basis. The venue has changing rooms and parking.
Loreto Abbey Sports Hall is one of the best places to play basketball in Dublin. They offer basketball on an indoor surface and you can get there by Dublin Bus Stop 7571 (DCU, The Helix)/Dublin Bus Stop 37 (Ballymun Rd).
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