Kelloggs GAA Community Cúl Camp 2014
Our annual community GAA Cúl Camp took place for over 200 local children in the first week of July. Click for more details.
Mediators Report on Concert / Special Events
The GAA and Croke Park Stadium has received the report of the independent mediator Kieran Mulvey, Chief Executive of the Labour Relations Commission on Concerts / Special Events at Croke Park.
Click for statement and for Mediation Report
Click here for upcoming events 2014.
Tickets and Residents Database
Local residents within a qualifying area who have registered on the Croke Park resident’s database will be entered into a draw for free concert tickets and the option to purchase tickets for GAA All Ireland Finals. If you are registered, you will automatically be entered. If you are not registered, click here for more details.
Out of Hours Community Freephone - 1800 303 593
1800 303 593 is a free-phone number for local residents to contact Croke Park on stadium related issues during out of office hours.
Croke Park Community Fund - Accepting applications
Croke Park has an annual fund which is used to support projects in the immediate area around Croke Park. Applications and queries can be directed to Julianne Savage, Croke Park Stadium, Jones’s Road, Dublin 3.
Click here for further details on the Croke Park Community Fund.
A scene from the production of 'The Risen People' by Eat Wall PEG Drama & Variety Group, which was supported by the Croke Park Community Fund.