Play netball in Dublin
Netball is a very popular team sport and there are many places to play throughout Dublin. The netballing facilities across Dublin are extremely well-equipped to ensure you get the most from your booking. A choice of playing surface is available, as well as a number of floodlit venues, meaning you can play netball whenever it suits you, even in those dark winter months. Below is a more detailed look at some of the best netball courts in Dublin.
This gorgeous seaside town has more to it than just lovely beaches. It is a fantastic sports centre catering for a number of sports, including netball. The court is an indoor netball court with a hard surface. These netball courts are available to book up until as late as 11pm so there’s a lot of flexibility in finding a time to play that’s best for you. The nearby Dublin Bus Stop 6051 (Blackwood Lane, Sports & Leisure Club) is the best way to get to this venue via public transport. Alternatively, parking is also available if you’d prefer to drive.
Located in Milltown, in the South of Dublin, this venue is in a great location. It has an indoor netball court which is great for those interested in playing netball in the winter as it’s much warmer and you won’t have to worry about poor light conditions later on in the day. This venue also has changing rooms so it’s as stress free as possible to play netball after school or after work. If you’re travelling to this venue using public transport, the easiest way to get here is via Dublin Bus Stop 2976 (Brehon Field Rd, Grange Hall).
Take advantage of this fantastic multipurpose sports venue. Play netball in one of their large multipurpose sports halls. This indoor netball court is a great choice as the venue has some great facilities on offer as well, including changing rooms and lockers. This venue is easily accessible via public transport. The nearest stop is Dublin Bus Stop 3562 (Milltown Road, Glenmalure Square).
South of Dublin, this one of the best courts in Terenure and it’s extremely easy to travel to. Parking is available if you’re planning to drive. Alternatively, you can get here via Dublin Bus Stop 2408 (Fortfield Rd, Fortfield Park). This court is an indoor hard court so you’ll always be able to play netball no matter what the weather is.
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