Important Information:

On this webpage, we provide as much information for spectators to plan their journey to Croke Park. This includes transport and parking options from third parties such as Irish Rail / Dublin Bus and private car parks such as Q-Park. Visitors to Croke Park should note there are no official partnerships between the stadium and any of these service providers and the stadium is not involved in the management of any of their event day transport offers.They are included solely as an option for visitors to consider in their journey planning.
 

Match Day & Concert Parking

Coming to a test event in Croke Park?  Find out the latest information here.

Bus, rail, DART & LUAS all bring you to within a 15 minute walk, or less, from the stadium.

Remember, always follow the latest Covid-19 guidelines in relation to using public transport.
 
Croke Park is situated in a residential area that has limited parking and our neighbours have the right to expect priority on this parking.  Please be considerate of local residents when parking and do not park in residential areas. Be mindful that DSPS clamping, and the issuing of on-the-spot parking fines are in operation on local streets during stadium events.

Increased traffic volumes and local road closures before, during and after events cause significant delays in the area, so it is important to plan ahead. 

For those who require parking close to the stadium, there are a number of options available along with various park-and-ride facilities and city centre carparks located further away.

Local Parking Options

Clonliffe College Car Park 

Clonliffe College parking will not be open to spectators this year.

Spectators with special needs requirements should contact the stadium directly before 5pm on the Thursday of the match weekend.

 

O’Connell Schools’ Supervised Car Park, North Circular Road

Holds 300 cars and is open for 2 hours before all events and 1 hour after events.  (3 hours before concerts).  The cost is €10 for all Championship Matches/Concerts, €8 for League Games, €5 for School Finals and Intermediate/Junior Finals.

 

Other Parking

Q-Park

Q-Park at The Spire car park on Marlborough Street offers a special parking rate of only €6 for parking for 9 hours (from time of entry) or €8 for up to 24hrs parking (arrive any time) on Match-Days in Croke Park throughout the GAA championship season. Patrons can avail of this offer by booking their parking online at www.q-park.ie. Q-Park at The Spire is open 24 hours.

For more details on this offer click here.

 

Coach Parking

The closest coach parking facility is at Western Way (off the Phibsboro Road). Parking for coaches here is on a first come first served basis.  

Information on additional coach parking and coach drop off & pick up points in Dublin is also available from Dublin City Council - find out more

Coach drivers please note : It is not possible for coaches to drop off/pick up passengers on any of the main arterial routes around the stadium and this is strictly enforced by the Garda Traffic Corps on event days.

Park & Ride Information

Red Cow, Dublin 22.  €4 per day. Red Cow Park & Ride Location 
Citywest, Saggart, Co. Dublin.  €4 per day. Cheeverstown Park & Ride Location
Carrickmines Dublin 18. €2 per day. Carrickmines Park & Ride Location
Collins Barracks, Benburb St, Dublin 7.  National Museum of Ireland Location

1 hour €2
4 hours €5
All day €12
 
Car Park Opening Hours
Monday - Saturday 07:30 - 18:00 (gates close 18:30)
Sunday 13:00 - 17:30 (gates close 18:00)
 
There are 7 designated blue badge parking spaces.
 

Croke Park is just a cycle from the City Centre. The nearest Dublin Bike stations are located on North Circular Road and Mountjoy Square. There is bike storage in the Cusack Stand car park as well as a two-tier parking facility in the Davin Stand car park.

For further information visit Dublin Bikes.