Páirc Uí Chaoimh is a Gaelic games stadium in Cork, Ireland. It is the home of Cork GAA. The venue, often referred to simply as The Park, is located in Ballintemple and is built near to the site of the original Cork Athletic Grounds. The stadium opened in 1976 and underwent a significant two-year redevelopment before reopening in 2017.
Primarily used as a venue for Gaelic games, it has been used to host Cork’s home league and championship games in both Gaelic football and hurling. Cork County Board host championship games within the stadium. The stadium is also able to host other sporting events along with concerts.
Since the completion of the redevelopment in 2017 the capacity of the venue is 45,000, making it the third-largest Gaelic games stadium in Ireland