Jones’ Road, Dublin 3, D03 E5Y8, Ireland
Croke Park is an iconic landmark in the heart of one of the world’s best connected and friendliest cities.
For over one hundred years, Croke Park has been the headquarters of the GAA, one of the world’s greatest amateur sporting organisations. From the players to the supporters and managers, the vast majority of GAA members are volunteers who do it all “for the love of the game” and the strapline ‘Where We All Belong’ celebrates belonging to the GAA.
With over 2,500 clubs all around Ireland and the world, the GAA is a beacon for bringing people together. The pinnacle of every year is when Croke Park hosts 82,300 supporters for the spectacular All-Ireland Finals. At Croke Park, the GAA is an integral part of the Irish way, a living legacy that makes for a truly unique destination to meet for work and play.
How to get here
Croke Park is centrally located in Dublin 3, is within easy reach of the city centre, Dublin Airport and Dublin port. Dublin City Centre is a further 5 minutes from the venue.
There are excellent public transport links for local and national bus and rail services facilitating easy access to the venue. Croke Park is also easily accessible from the M50 & the Port Tunnel for visitors travelling to and from the rest of Ireland.
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