Taken from the Census 2016, a range of equality, diversity and inclusion demographics are provided to understand the characteristics of individuals. This data explores the proportion of the population in each small area that are in the selected demographic group.
Data is displayed by small area, with areas coloured based on the percentage each breakdown makes up of the total population. Higher percentages show in a darker colour. Click the location to see more information.
Population density: the number of people per km2
Ethnic minority groups: the percentage of the population in ethnic groups other than White Irish
Females: the percentage of the population who are female
Disability: the percentage of the population by who have self-identified as having a disability
Fair and bad health: the percentage of the population by self-reported fair, bad and very bad health
*Small area population statistics are currently unavailable for the 2022 Census, to be release in September 2023.
A Nationwide facilities audit was completed to quantify existing infrastructure covering all pitches and ancillary provision.
Football Association of Ireland (2023)
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Province Boundaries. Ireland is divided into four provinces called Leinster, Ulster, Munster and Connacht. Although they presently do not have any administrative functions, they are relevant for a number of historical, cultural and sporting reasons. The borders of the provinces coincide exactly with the boundaries of the administrative counties.
Administrative Areas. The country is divided into 31 administrative counties/cities. There are 26 administrative counties including the five administrative counties of Cork County, Galway County, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, Fingal and South Dublin. There are 5 city/city and county areas namely Cork City, Dublin City, Galway City, Limerick City and County and Waterford City and County.