Claremont Stadium was the brain child of a group of enthusiastic parents, who got together each year to run a sports day. That was over 40 years ago. The event took place in a field close to the river Boyne which literally divides the town of Navan in two. Eventually their idea grew and they put in an application for a Sports Stadium. In 1994 the grant was approved and so the stadium comprising of an eight lane Olympic track, a soccer pitch and indoor sports hall was built.
Today it is not only home to the two clubs who started it all, Navan Athletic Club and Parkvilla Football Club but to a vast number of clubs for people of all abilities who now call the stadium home. Clubs such as Navan Badminton Club, Navan Special Olympics including the Royal Rovers, Paul Tully Fitness, Athletics Ireland, FAI, Meath Local Sports Partnership, Meath Arch Club, Girl Guides, Primary and Secondary Schools, Youthreach and many more.
Navan Career Start, the Sports Development Project and Navan EDP all look after the needs of those who are long term unemployed and operate from Claremont Stadium by helping them get started in their careers.
Our facility, which is unique in the town gives people an opportunity through a variety of events, sports and programs to start building relationships in the community.
Designed to encourage youth performance combined with community spirit and outdoor activity our club allows athletes of all ages and abilities an opportunity to take part at a level they enjoy and are comfortable at.
To book a room, sports hall, or track please take a look at our https://bookapitch.com page to check out if the venue is available and to make a booking