The 2020 Round of the Programme will be open for applications from 9am on Friday 11 December 2020 until 5pm on Friday 12th February 2021. The deadline for registration is 5pm on Monday 1st February 2021
With the evolving COVID-19 situation many sporting cubs and organisations are facing disruption. The aim in the Sports Capital Programmes Division is to continue to support you and you are encouraged to continue to contact OSCAR to advance your project. They will continue to do all that they can to respond as quickly as possible to any queries that you might have but as resources are diverted in response to the challenge posed to the nation by COVID-19 the level of service that they provide may be affected. Your understanding in this regard is appreciated. They will remain flexible in our response as the situation develops but would advise that if you are having difficulty contacting us by phone it would be best to raise any query you have by email and we will get back to you as quickly as possible
The Sports Capital Programme (SCP) is operated by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and provides grants to assist in the development or refurbishment of sports facilities and the provision of sports equipment. It is part funded from the proceeds of the National Lottery.
This the link to the portal used to apply for funding and manage the drawdown of grants. The 2020 Round of the Programme will be open for applications from 9am on Friday 11 December 2020 until 5pm on Friday 12th February 2021. The deadline for registration is 5pm on Monday 1st February 2021
1. A guide to registration is available. ORGANISATIONS ONLY NEED TO REGISTER ONCE FOR ALL ROUNDS OF THE PROGRAMME
2. Frequently Asked Questions about the Programme
3. The 2020 Guide to making an application
6. The Sports Capital Programme Guide to Accessible Gym Equipment. For more information, Cara – Sport Inclusion Ireland have created resource Factsheets (link is external) on how to make your sports facilities, equipment and activities more accessible to people with disabilities (this link is to an external website and the information and views are not those of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport).