Tuam Stadium Committee, CLG na Gaillimhe
Tuam Stadium, Sunday 1st March 2015, AFL Rd. 3, Galway v Laois
Galway GAA and the Tuam Stadium Committee welcome all Supporters and Patrons to Tuam on Sunday next, 1st March 2015 for the Round 3 of the 2015 Allianz Football League between Galway and Laois
The game will result in increased traffic in Tuam and we request all Supporters and Patrons to arrive early, in order to avoid traffic congestion.
In addition we request all Patrons to park in official Car Parks and to park legally and responsibly, at all times.
We ask all Supporters travelling to Tuam Stadium for this game to be conscious, mindful and respectful to the needs of local residents and businesses. In this regard please distribute and communicate this notice to all Clubs, Supporters and Media in Laois.
In Summary:
1. Please travel with care and arrive early!
2. Please use official Car Parks and park legally and responsibly.
3. Please be respectful and mindful of the needs of Local Residents
4. Enjoy the game and safe travel home!
Thank You for your cooperation.
Ronan Glynn
Chairman, Tuam Stadium Committee


St. Jarlath's Park (Páirc Naomh Iarflaith, commonly known as Tuam Stadium) is a GAA stadium in Tuam, County Galway. It is one of the principal stadiums of Galway GAA's football teams. The ground once had a capacity of around 26,000. This has progressively been reduced for safety reasons and has most recently been reduced to 6,700.

The official opening of the stadium took place on 21 May 1950. It was blessed and officially opened by the Archbishop of Tuam, Rev. Dr Walsh. The stadium opened with two games, one between Cavan and Mayo and another between Galway and Dublin.