• About Racecourse

    Completely remodelled and reopened in 2007, Dundalk Stadium is Ireland’s first all-weather racecourse and the first with floodlights. It is a combined horse and greyhound racing facility and is in regular use throughout the year. Dundalk comes into its own during the winter months when staging Flat racing on at least one occasion each week from late October to mid-March. Ideally situated on the outskirts of the Dundalk town, the racecourse is only minutes from the M1, the main Dublin/Belfast road. The racing surface at Dundalk is known as ‘polytrack’ which is a wax-coated synthetic surface.  A feature of the venue is that it also hosts greyhound racing on a dedicated track.


  • Connect with Dundalk Stadium

  • Racecourse Road
    Co. Louth

    +353 (0) 42 9334438
    [email protected]
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  • How To Get There

    By Road:
    Get onto the M50 from the N1. Follow M1 to N52 in Louth. Take the N52 exit from M1. Follow N52 to your destination.

    By Rail:
    Connolly train station to Dundalk train station.

    By Bus:
    Bus Eireann 100x provides a service from Dublin Airport- Drogheda - Dundalk.

    By Air:
    Dublin airport has a bus to Dundalk.

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