Carlisle Grounds
The Carlisle Grounds is a football stadium in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland, situated directly behind the Bray D.A.R.T. station. It is home to Bray Wanderers A.F.C. Its current capacity is roughly 3,000.

A new stand seating 985 was constructed in 2006 bring the seating capacity of the ground up to about 2,000. The League of Ireland side Transport F.C. played at the Carlisle Grounds from 1948-1951 before moving to Harold's Cross Stadium. In July 2009 a section of the wall around the pitch collapsed after Shamrock Rovers fans rushed down to the wall to celebrate a goal. The following year another section of the wall fell as a result of fans rushing forward, this time while hosting their league promotion playoff against Monaghan United, prompting an FAI investigation. The Carlisle Grounds hosted a 2011 UEFA Regions' Cup match.

Popular culture
The Carlisle Grounds were used in the filming of the Bloody Sunday scene in the movie Michael Collins.

Future Redevelopment
In October 2009, details were released of a planned large scale redevelopment of the ground. This would involve a new stadium being built on the site as well as a major retailer moving in. A scale model of the redevelopment was displayed on the clubs website around this time.