|Address||Turners Cross, Curragh Road, Cork|
|Build Date||Mid-late 1800s|
Turners Cross is a football stadium located in Cork, Ireland. It is mainly used by Munster Football Association as well as Cork City. It used to be just the ground with a pitch, several grassy banks, and one covered terrace known as “The Shed”. In 2009, Turners Cross was significantly redeveloped, which made it the first all-seated and all-covered stadium in Ireland.
In 2015, “Donie Forde” stand was constructed with 1,857 covered seats, the family section control box, and press broadcasting area. St. Anne’s Stand is a covered stand with the capacity of 2,720. “The Shed” was replaced by the new stand with the capacity of 1,660. It was constructed in 2007.
Before 2005, the away supporters could find places at the St Annes side, but since 2006, their places have been located at the end of the Derrynane stand.
Two chippers can be found inside the ground and two chippers can be found outside the ground.
Program and fanzine prices
FourFiveOne is available at only £1.
Adults can purchase a ticket for £13. The price of the tickets for Juveniles and OAP is £4.
How to get to Turners Cross
You can take bus number 3, which stops near the ground. From Dublin, you can take the Jack Lynch tunnel and drive toward Turners Cross. There is parking located near the stadium.
There is a range of pubs available before and after matches, including PJ Turners, The Horseshoe Inn, The Evergreen, and Turners Cross Tavern.