Opening in 1946 and boasting a couple of respected trophies, the stadium can be found in the North-West part of the city.
We have a winner of our Kilkenny GOBA Irish Derby Tipster Competition. Congratulations to Ethan Moloney . Thanks to all who entered this Competition.
Racing Since 1946
The Irish city of Kilkenny, located in County Kilkenny in the Southern part of the country, is perhaps best known for Kilkenny Castle. For those of you with a sporting inclination, however, Kilkenny Greyhound Stadium might well be somewhere that you’re interested in knowing more about.
Race Days & Times
It’s all about the early evening racing at Kilkenny Greyhound Stadium, so you’ll be able to enter the place from around 6.30pm in preparation for a first race starting at 7.30pm. Kilkenny isn’t the same as some greyhound venues where they boast a huge glass-fronted restaurant with seating for 200 people. It’s much more about the pure aspect of the racing itself. Saying that, Kilkenny Greyhound Stadium has a full Bar, Fast Food facilities, Tote & Bookmaker Betting and ample outdoor and indoor seating