General Stadium Information

General Information

No Smoking

Please be advised that smoking is only permitted in designated areas of the stadium. The precise locations of designated smoking areas are well signposted.

First Aid

There are 6 first aid posts covering all areas of the stadium. To view them on the facilities maps, click here.

Lost Property

Stewards will ensure that any lost property is taken to a secure storage location and the details entered into a register. If you wish to claim property which you believe to be lost within the confines of the Stadium then please call 01-8192300. Please note that this line will not be in operation on the day of an event.

Facilities for Disabled Spectators

Wheelchair users and other disabled spectators enter the Stadium via the A2 Gate beside the Cusack turnstiles. Viewing areas for wheelchair users and dedicated toilet facilities are available on Level 4 of the Davin and Cusack Stands. A number of stewards have voluntarily undertaken specific disability awareness training. These stewards will be pleased to offer assistance to our disabled visitors. Click here for more information on Stadium Accessibility.

Persistent Standing

Standing during matches or other events is not permitted. Spectators should remain seated at all times and not obstruct the view of others during exciting passages of play.

Prohibited Items

Click here to view the list of the Ground Regulations.


Toilets are situated on every level of the Stadium and can be found by following the concourse signs. To view them on the facilities maps please click here.

Baby Changing Rooms

Designated feeding and nappy changing facilities are located in several locations around the Stadium. To view them on the facilities maps please click here.


It is with regret that we have to inform you that at some previous events pickpockets have been operating amongst spectators. Croke Park Stadium in conjunction with An Garda Siochana will continue to make every effort to detect, apprehend and prosecute those responsible for carrying out these crimes. Croke Park would be grateful for your co-operation in this matter and ask that you report any suspicious behaviour to the nearest steward or Garda.