Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over 100 years.

Boasting a capacity for 82,300 people, Croke Park stadium is the home of Gaelic games and the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).

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As the home of Ireland's largest sporting and cultural organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) - Croke Park has played host to iconic moments in Irish sport & history and to major cultural and international events.

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Meetings & Events

We are one of the world’s most wholly unique and flexible venues for bringing people together – to be inspired and entertained. Whether it’s a private board meeting for ten or a large-scale convention for thousands, we’ll work with you to make it brilliant every step of the way.

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GAA Museum & Tours

For a truly Irish experience, go behind-the-scenes at Croke Park Stadium - the home of Gaelic Games on a Stadium Tour - visiting the dressing rooms, exiting the famous Hogan tunnel to go pitch-side and taking in the views from around the stadium.

You can also explore the GAA Museum which celebrates Ireland’s unique national games of hurling and Gaelic football.

Or discover the Ericsson Skyline and see Dublin, Ireland’s vibrant and dynamic capital city, from 17 storeys high on the roof of Ireland’s most famous sporting arena.

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Match Day

Here you will find everything you need to know about the next upcoming game and future fixtures – how to get here, where to go when you arrive and the facilities on-hand to make your day out as enjoyable as possible!

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Concerts

Not only has Croke Park witnessed epic sporting battles on the pitch, we’ve also played host to a who’s who of international rock and pop acts, performing sell-out shows to hundreds of thousands of music lovers, travelling from all over the world during the summer months.

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Special Events

As the home of Gaelic Games, Croke Park welcomes hundreds of thousands of GAA fans to the stadium each year to witness the heroic battles on the pitch. We've also provided the venue for other historic occasions both in the world of international sport and also outside the realms of sport.

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10/10/2018Stadium

Sustainability at the heart of Croke Park

Sustainability at the heart of Croke Park

The four main areas of sustainable engagement for Croke Park are energy management, energy waste, bio-diversity and, especially given the stadium’s urban location, local community.

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08/10/2018Ericsson Skyline

Ericsson Skyline at Dusk Tours

Ericsson Skyline at Dusk Tours

Take in the sights of Dublin and see the capital move from twilight to darkness on the Ericsson Skyline Dusk Tour on the rooftop of Croke Park.

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01/10/2018GAA Museum

GAA Museum Breaks World Record!

GAA Museum Breaks World Record!

1,772 children and their coaches hurl under floodlights at Croke Park to break the Guinness World Record for ‘Largest Hurling Lesson’

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18/09/2018Stadium Tours

Halloween Magic for Pumpkin ‘Pitch’ Kids!

Halloween Magic for Pumpkin ‘Pitch’ Kids!

Featuring a magic show, tour of Croke Park and a harvest menu

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12/09/2018Community

Garda Youth Awards 2018

Garda Youth Awards 2018

Nominations now open

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10/09/2018GAA Museum

Secondary Schools Writing Competition

Secondary Schools Writing Competition

The GAA Museum is inviting secondary school students to show off their writing prowess with an essay, short story or poem.

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30/08/2018Community

GAA All-Ireland Football Championship Finals

GAA All-Ireland Football Championship Finals

Community Information

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30/08/2018Meetings and Events

Celebrating 20 years of the GAA Museum

Celebrating 20 years of the GAA Museum

20 years might be the blink of an eye when the story you’re telling starts hundreds of years ago.

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