New Community Database launching in 2020

Next year, we are starting a new community database in Croke Park.  Any household in our 1.5km community radius can register for the stadium's community database. 

You may already have registered as a local resident over the last number of years,  however, you will now need to let us know if you want to stay on the database for local resident ticket draws and for us to contact you about ticket offers, event day information and other exclusive community events and activities.


What do I need to do?

All households need to register with us if they wish to be included on the new database that is starting in February 2020 - even if you have already registered with the stadium over the past few years.  Local residents also need to opt-in to continue to receive community updates from Croke Park should they wish to do so. 

There's 3 ways to do this:

  1. You can scroll further down this page & register using the new online registration form
  2.  You can fill in the form that is included in the latest community newsletter that is being distributed to local households in November (and also available online here).  This form can be returned to the stadium by hand or by post
  3.  You can call into the GAA reception on Jones Road, between Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm and fill in the form at the desk

We don’t want you to miss out!

Register with us before the end of January 2020 to let us know you’re happy for us to keep in touch & that you wish to continue to be included in the local residents ticket scheme.  
Local residents who are currently registered with the stadium and don't register for the new database will no longer receive any email or text communications after Friday, 31st January 2020 and will not be included in future ticket offers until they register for the new database.

Why are you updating the community database?

Our community database is being updated in accordance with EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

What's different about this new database?

Local residents who live in Croke Park’s 1.5km community radius can register with the stadium to be on our community database. 
One member of each household can register as the primary householder & be included in the stadium’s ticket scheme in addition to receiving regular community and event day information by email and text. 
Up to 3 other members can now also register with Croke Park to receive event & community information by email.

I wish to register as the primary householder:

To be fair to all local households, one member of each household can register with the stadium as the primary householder for that address and be included in our community ticket draws & occasional local resident ticket presales as well as receiving occasional community updates by text.
By registering as the primary householder, you are automatically included in occasional ticket draws for complimentary concert tickets and draws for the opportunity to purchase tickets for the All-Ireland Championship Finals (these tickets never go on general sale to the public).

Up to three other members of the household can now register with Croke Park:

Up to three additional members of each household can also register with the stadium to receive event day and community information from the stadium by email but won’t be included in the ticket draws and local resident presales.

What will happen to the current community database?

Croke Park’s current community database will be deleted in February 2020.  Local residents must register (you can do so using the online form below) to be included in the new database for the 2020 season onwards. 
Local residents who are currently registered with the stadium and don't register for the new database will no longer receive any email or text communications after Friday, 31st January 2020 and will not be included in future ticket offers until they register for the new database.

Why should I register?

Be the first to know what’s happening in Croke Park!  Local residents who register an email with us are the first to find out what’s going on in as they receive community updates and exclusive local resident offers by email.  If you don’t use email, you can register an email address belonging to another family member should you wish to do so.

What kind of emails will I receive?

Croke Park regularly sends out event day updates to our neighbours throughout the season by email, which is helpful information covering road closures, match timings etc.  We also send out information on local activities & events organised for our neighbours in the community area as well as details on our special local resident ticket scheme.

What kind of text messages will I receive?

From time to time, Croke Park also issues important updates & reminders to our neighbours by text message.  Residents who register as the primary householder at an address and who also register a mobile phone number with us can receive these text message updates.

Do I qualify to register?

This database is especially for our neighbours who live in the stadium’s 1.5km community radius.  If you’re unsure, you can contact Julianne in Croke Park to find out: 01 865 8607 or [email protected]

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Data Protection Notice

The following information is being provided to you as outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation.  It is intended to inform you of how the Personal Information provided on this form will be used, by whom and for what purposes.  If you are unclear on any aspect of this form, or want any further information, please contact our Data Protection Officer at 01 865 8600 or [email protected].

Who is the Data Controller?

Croke Park is the Data Controller of the Personal Data contained on this form.

What is the purpose of processing my Personal Data?

The purpose for processing your Personal Data is to facilitate your request to be placed on the Croke Park Community Database in order to inform you of exclusive local residents’ ticket draws, pre-sales and local community information such as traffic restrictions on Croke Park event days.

Who will have access to my Personal Data?

Your Personal Data can be accessed by the Croke Park Community team in order to facilitate your above request.

Where is your Personal Data stored?

Your data will be stored in Croke Park Stadium for the duration of your involvement with the Community Database.

How long will your Personal Data be stored for?

Your Personal Data will be held for the duration of your involvement with the Community Database. Due to the nature of the Community Database, we will not delete your information unless one of the following occurs:

  1. You have contacted us and requested us to delete your information from the Database.

  2. A new individual has registered appropriately at your address and you are no longer the primary householder.

Will my name be published if I win tickets through the Community Database?

In order to respect the privacy of our neighbours, if you win tickets through the Community Database, your name will not be published. However, your name will be available to our auditors in order to comply with our obligations to ensure all ticket draws are conducted fairly and in a transparent manner.

I would like a copy of my Personal Data – how can I obtain this?

You have the right to request a copy of all your Personal Data and can do so by contacting us.  This information will be provided to you within one month and will be provided free of charge.

What are my privacy rights relating to my Personal Data?

You have the right to have your Personal Data updated, rectified, or deleted if you so wish. You can do so by contacting us.

Where can I get further information?

Further information regarding your rights can be obtained through the Data Protection Commission, Canal House, Station Road, Portarlington, Co. Laois, or on the website www.dataprotection.ie

How do I make a complaint or report a breach?

Should you wish to make a complaint or report a breach in relation to your Personal Data, you can do so by using one of the webforms on the Data Protection Commission’s website at www.dataprotection.ie.

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