Whether you are visiting the Cork region for the first time and would like to see a League of Ireland game or you’re an away supporter travelling to Turner’s Cross, there are plenty of facilities in and around the ground to make your trip an enjoyable experience.
Cork City FC’s stadium is located on the south side of the city, about 15 minutes from the city centre and near the South Link road. For directions on how to reach the ground, see our Turner’s Cross section.
Facilities in the local area include a bank and ATM (AIB) as well as a number of shops and pubs. Match tickets go on sale outside the ground at least an hour and 15 minutes before KO, subject to availability.
For information on purchasing tickets, please see the Match Tickets page.
Once inside the ground, visitors can sit in any of the ground’s four covered and all-seater stands – apart from seats with a ‘Reserved’ sticker. The Curragh Road end is home to the club’s Singing Section and is only accessible to accompanied children over the age of 13 and adults.
The Donie Forde and the Derrynane Road stands stretch the length of the pitch, while away supporters are located in the St. Anne’s end. Families are welcome to join the club’s Family Enclosure in the Donie Forde stand at any stage during the season.
A variety of hot food and soft drinks can be bought from several fast food outlets and sweet shops around the stadium, while merchandise and programmes are available from the Match Night club shop at the Curragh Road end of the stadium as well as from programme sellers inside and outside the ground.
Toilet facilities are located in the Curragh Road stand and Donie Forde stand. Anyone in need of assistance before or during the game should contact their nearest Match Night steward. Turner’s Cross is also accessible to wheelchair users with a dedicated viewing area in the Curragh Road stand.