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Sports pitches and facilities

Coronavirus update

As a precautionary measure in response to coronavirus (COVID-19), pitches and pavilions are closed.

Pitches and playing fields

We have pitches and playing fields across the city. 

These pitches are available to be used for all sports including rugby, soccer and gaelic games.

Pitch bookings

For more information on how to book pitches and sports facilities, please visit our booking page.

Partner agreements for grass pitches 

Partner agreement applications have closed. For more information email

Playing Pitches Strategy

We manage and operate 128 sports pitches and playing fields in Belfast, spread across 28 sites throughout the city. We've developed a Playing Pitches Strategy to help make sure we continue to provide high-quality pitches which can be accessed by everyone. 

The strategy is also part of our Physical Investment Programme. In 2012 we set aside £14.1 million to improve facilities at ten sites across Belfast. We also received a further £1 million contribution from the GAA. 

If you would like a copy of our Playing Pitches Strategy please email

Upgrading our pitches

To date we have completed pitch improvements at sites across the city, including:

 Park or pitches Upgrades 
Ballysillan Playing Fields Pavilion with changing rooms
Cherryvale Playing Fields 3G pitch, natural sand based turf pitch, toilet block and trim trail
Cliftonville Playing Fields 3G Gaelic pitch, changing rooms, floodlights and new fencing
Dixon Playing Fields Pavilion with changing rooms
Falls Park 3G pitch and changing pavilion
Musgrave Park Pavilion with changing rooms
Ormeau Park  3G pitch, floodlights and new fencing
Ulidia Playing Fields 3G pitch
Victoria Park Pavilion with changing rooms
Woodlands Playing Fields 3G pitch, changing rooms, floodlights, new fencing and car park facilities
Waterworks Pavilion with eight changing rooms and car parking facilities

School facilities

As part of the pitches investment, a £750,000 capital enhancement programme has been awarded to six schools to improve facilities and allow for greater community use.

School Facilities 
Corpus Christi College 3G MUGA (Multi-use Games Area)
Aquinas Grammar School Upgrade to the existing grass pitch, a basketball court to a synthetic area, floodlights and a new MUGA
St Mary’s CBS, Grosvenor Grammar, Belfast Royal Academy Floodlights
Bunscoil an tSliebhe Dhuibh Upgrade to the existing MUGA to a 3G surface

Multi use games areas (MUGAs)

We have 39 multi use games areas (MUGAs) across the city. These facilities can be used to play a variety of sports including soccer, basketball, netball and Gaelic football. MUGAs are accessible and free to use during daylight hours.

Ormeau ParkOrmeau Road Belfast BT7
Reverend Robert Bradford MUGALindsay Street Belfast
Sally Gardens Playground and Playing Fields (3G)Sally Gardens Lane off Bell Steel Road Poleglass BT17 0JU
Shore Road Playing FieldsShore Road Belfast BT15
Springfield Avenue MUGASpringfield Avenue Belfast
Springhill Avenue MUGASpringhill Avenue Belfast
Stewart Street MUGAStewart Street Belfast
Strangford Avenue Playing FieldsStrangford Avenue Belfast BT9
Suffolk Playing FieldsBlack's Road Belfast BT11
Taughmonagh MUGAMalwood Park Belfast
The Mount MUGAUpper Canning Street Belfast
Tommy Patton MUGATommy Patton Park Inverary Avenue Belfast
Tyndale MUGATyndale Drive Belfast
Ulidia Playing FieldsOrmeau Road Belfast BT7
Victoria ParkPark Avenue Belfast BT4
Waterworks multi-sports facilityCavehill Road Belfast BT14
Wedderburn ParkFinaghy Road South Belfast BT10
Westland MUGAWestland Road Belfast
Willowbank Park MUGAOff La Salle Drive Belfast
Woodlands Playing FieldsFinaghy Road North Belfast BT10
Woodvale ParkWoodvale Road, Belfast, BT13
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