Match night at Finn Park offers senior football with better than Blu-Ray standard 3D visuals and full surround sound. You won’t get replays, an armchair, pause or rewind buttons but you’ll be part of live football the way is meant to be experienced: surrounded by people passionate about their club (many of them part owners as FHFC is a co-operative). You’ll be watching talented, committed local players proud to represent their club and locality on a national stage.
The Finn Harps Match Programme is available as you enter the ground. With articles from the management, player interviews, player statistics and history it’s one of the league’s better programmes.
Adult Terrace €12
OAP / 3rd level student Terrace €10
Secondary Student €5 (Student card must be presented) Children U12 €5 (Free if accompanied)
Seated Area: additional €3 paid inside ground.
Tickets can be bought just outside the ground at the Navenny Street and Chestnut Road entrances on the night. Please arrive early to avoid delays as kick off time approaches.
Gents toilets are located on the town side of the clubhouse and behind the TV gantry (opposite main stand). Ladies are also located beside the press gantry.
Finn Park Soup is famous and available from the tuck shop at the clubhouse end of the main stand. Hot food is available on the Gantry Side and features the best value in the League of Ireland.
Navenny Street, Ballybofey Co. Donegal and there is also an entrance on the Chestnut Road.
Pass the Road House Bar on the left on the approach into the town. You will pass a Topaz petrol station on the right. Follow this road on until you come into Ballybofey town. On your left will be the China Tower restaurant. Across from this, adjacent to Cheers Bar, is Navenny Street. Turn down Navenny Street and Finn Park is on your left, just past the Navenny Grill takeaway.
Go through Stranorlar and go over the bridge into Ballybofey. Take the first left after you cross the bridge (Chestnut Road). Go to the end of this road and take a left. Finn Park is about 100 metres away.
Finn Park, Navenny Street, Ballybofey, Co. Donegal.