Where is Tolka?
The River Tolka (/ˈtɔːlkə/; Irish: An Tulcha, “the flood”), also once spelled Tolga, is one of Dublin’s three main rivers, flowing from County Meath to Fingal within the old County Dublin, and through the north of Dublin city, Ireland (the other main rivers are the Liffey and the Dodder).
When was Tolka Park built?
March 30, 1953
Shelbourne Football Club/Opened
Which team plays at Tolka Park?
Republic of Ireland national football B team
Shelbourne Football Club/Teams
Tolka Park (Irish: Páirc na Tulchann) is an Irish football ground located in the north Dublin suburb of Drumcondra, on the northern banks of the River Tolka. It is currently the home ground of League of Ireland club Shelbourne.
What is the capacity of Tolka Park?
Shelbourne Football Club/Capacity
Who is Tolka?
Tolka (トーリカ, Tōrika?) is a private devil hunter from the Soviet Union.
Where does the Tolka rise?
The Tolka river rises near Dunshaughlin in Co. Meath and flows in a southeasterly direction for approximately 14 miles before entering the sea at Clontarf on the north side of Dublin City. For nearly half its length it flows through urban sprawl. Ironically, the best trout fishing is within this area.
Who is the doll devil?
The Doll Devil ( 人 にん 形 ぎょう の 悪 あく 魔 ま , Ningyō no akuma?) is a devil that embodies the fear of dolls.
What river flows through Dunboyne?
The River Tolka runs through Dunboyne.
Where is the Drumcondra Stand at Tolka Park?
The Drumcondra Stand or New Stand is located behind the goal at the west end of the ground and it is the most recent stand to open in the ground. The stand is named after the town of Drumcondra which is located behind the stand. The Ultras within the club’s support base currently congregate in the Drumcondra Stand.
Where is Shelbourne Football club Tolka Park located?
Tolka Park (Irish: Páirc na Tulchann) is an Irish football ground located in the north Dublin suburb of Drumcondra, on the northern banks of the River Tolka. It is currently the home ground of League of Ireland club Shelbourne. The stadium holds 9,681 people.
Where is Tolka Park football ground in Dublin?
Tolka Park is on the right hand side with turnstiles for all parts of the ground at the rear of the barrel roofed old Main Stand. Follow the N11 from Bray into the South suburbs of Dublin.
When was the first floodlit football game held at Tolka Park?
Tolka Park was originally home to Drumcondra, who in the 1950s, and 1960s were one of the most popular teams in Dublin . In 1929, over 30 people were injured at the ground when a hoarding collapsed at a Drumcondra vs Shelbourne cup-tie. The ground hosted its first floodlit game on 30 March 1953.