Úsáidtear cuacha ar an suíomh gréasáin seo. Is féidir go bhfuil roinnt cuacha i bhfeidhm cheana. Le haghaidh tuilleadh faisnéise, léigh ár Ráiteas Príobháideachais. Tríd an suíomh gréasáin seo a úsáid, glacann tú leis an tslí a úsáidimid cuacha.
The Programme is currently closed for applications.
The Sports Capital Programme is the primary vehicle for Government support for the development of sports and physical recreation facilities and the purchase of non-personal sports equipment throughout the country. Its objectives are to:
The Sports Capital Programme is a Project Ireland 2040 initiative www.gov.ie/2040 .
The online OSCAR Website is the only way to apply for grants under the Sports Capital Programme. OSCAR also allows groups to view previous grants and payments, change contact details, seek payment of a grant and otherwise communicate with the Department online.
Before applying for a grant all organisations must first register on OSCAR Sports Capital Programme - Guide to Registration
All registered organisations are automatically notified when a new round of the programme is open for applications.
For general advice on how to make an application:
After each round of the SCP a review is undertaken with the aim of further improving the process. The Review of the 2017 round of the SCP is available here .
For information on how applications are assessed, read the 2018 assessment guide - this will be updated for each new round of the SCP
All of these documents will be updated to reflect any changes to the programme when a new round of the SCP is announced
You can see all Sports Capital Programmes Allocations to date.
Details of payments under the SCP are available here
It is a requirement of the Sports Capital Programme that equipment and facilities funded by the Programme are accessible to people with disabilities. All capital projects must conform to the 7 principles of universal design
The department has prepared a guide on accessible gym equipment.
For more information, Cara - Sport Inclusion Ireland have created resource factsheets on how to make your sports facilities, equipment and activities more accessible to people with disabilities.
If you require further information on the Sports Capital Programme, you can contact us at:
For telephone queries, please ring the relevant county contact point as shown below:-
|(+353 64) 6627369||Donegal, Cavan and Longford|
|(+353 64) 6627367||Kildare, Tipperary, Sligo, Roscommon and Leitrim|
|(+353 64) 6627301||Galway, Louth and Westmeath|
|(+353 64) 6627338||Kilkenny and Offaly|
|(+353 64) 6627368||Kerry and Monaghan|
|(+353 64) 6627308||Waterford, Wicklow and Carlow|
|(+353 64) 6627316||Meath|
|(+353 64) 6627366||Dublin|
|(+353 64) 6627371||Cork and Limerick|
|(+353 64) 6627363||Wexford|
|(+353 64) 6627220||Clare, Mayo and Laois|
|(+353 64) 6627364||All local authorities|
|(+353 64) 6627362||Regional and National Projects|
|(+353 64) 6627374||Regional and National Projects|
If your sports club or organisation is acquiring land or a building, developing facilities or purchasing fixed, non-personal equipment for sports activities, or repaying a loan for any of these purposes, a provision in the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 provides for tax relief on donations made by individuals or companies to the sports body towards the cost of the project . This is a Revenue Commissioners scheme with the Sports Capital Division approving projects.