Croke Park Match Day

Gaelic Football - grit, determination and commitment. Hurling - speed, bravery and skill. The highs and lows of a Croke Park Sunday...
Experience the atmosphere with a capacity 82,300 crowd.  

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!

Our Premium and Suite ticketholders can find out about the additional benefits on offer at Croke Park, whilst all ticket holders can avail of a nifty tool we’ve developed to show you where your seat is located and a typical pitch view from that location, along with locations of the various facilities.

Sunday 19th August
Turnstiles 11.30am
 

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Minor Championship Final
Throw-in 1pm

Galway  v  Kilkenny


GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final
Throw-in 3.30pm

Galway  v   Limerick​

PLEASE NOTE

Fans travelling to Croke Park are advised where possible not to bring bags to the stadium. If necessary, bags must be no larger than A4 in size.
CROKE PARK WEATHER FORCAST

Fixtures & Results

Look ahead at the fixture list of matches at Croke Park or look back at the results and scores from 2018.

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Match Tickets

Match day tickets are available to purchase online, through clubs/county boards and usual ticket outlets around the country. The GAA have teamed up with SuperValu and Centra to make tickets available via selected stores.

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Interactive Stadium Map

With our interactive stadium map you can view all the facilities available to you on any level. If you select 'Photos view' you will see the amazing view of the pitch you will get from any location.

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Getting Here

Croke Park is centrally located and within easy reach of the city centre, Dublin Airport and Dublin port. We are excellently serviced by public transport links for local and national bus and rail services.

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Public Transport Options

You can get to Croke Park by bus, rail, DART and LUAS. You won't have far to walk as all public transport options bring you within a 15 minute walk from the stadium.

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Parking

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.

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GAA Museum

Sunday 19th August
The GAA Museum will open with turnstiles at 11.30am with free entry for match ticket holders until throw-in of the Senior Final at 3.30pm. 

Legends Tour

Saturday 18th August
Join Limerick great Richie Bennis on a special Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tour of Croke Park on the eve of the GAA Hurling Final.
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Supporting Our Community

  • Patrons are asked to attend one hour before throw in to avoid delays, co-operate with Croke Park stewards & Gardaí and and to not invade the playing area 

  • Croke Park is situated in a residential area. All patrons are asked to respect our neighbours by not littering, not parking illegally and not engaging in anti-social behaviour in our local community area. Smoking is restricted to designated areas within the grounds.
Premium

Premium

A match day experience on Premium Level starts long before throw in. Enjoy a warm welcome and easy access through dedicated entry points to covered seating, providing a commanding view over the pitch. Our hospitality options offer a range of food and beverage choice, all within a few meters of your seat and you can enjoy a relaxing build up to the main event, with sit down dining and bar facilities.

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Suites

Suites

Private Dining and entertainment await you and your invited guests, as you enjoy the very best Croke Park has to offer both on and off the pitch. Our 93 suites, located on Level 6, provide comfortable and luxurious accommodation from 12 – 33 guests in the Hogan, Cusack and Davin Stands.

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Match Day News and Events Updates

24/01/2018Match Day

Floodlit double-bill heralds start of new season at Croke Park

Floodlit double-bill heralds start of new season at Croke Park

The first game of the 2018 season sees the Dublin and Kildare footballers headlining this intriguing Croke Park double-bill, which also features Pat Gilroy’s new-look Dublin hurlers.

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20/02/2018Match Day

Join the Croke Park Stewarding Team

Join the Croke Park Stewarding Team

Do you want to be part of the match day action?

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09/02/2018Match Day

Keen rivals lock horns again as Dublin legend Clarke returns to fold

Keen rivals lock horns again as Dublin legend Clarke returns to fold

Match day preview by Damian Lawlor

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05/04/2017Match Day

Gooch may be gone but age old rivalry still burns bright

Gooch may be gone but age old rivalry still burns bright

Old foes Dublin and Kerry unexpectedly lock horns for another feast of Gaelic football at Croke Park.

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22/03/2017Match Day

History on the Double in Unique Croke Park Double

History on the Double in Unique Croke Park Double

History could be made on the double at Croke Park next Saturday.

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14/03/2017Match Day

Band of Brothers Takes Centre Stage for Club Finals

Band of Brothers Takes Centre Stage for Club Finals

A CROKE PARK double-header on St Patrick’s Day for the AIB GAA All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Finals should make for one of the most exciting evenings in the 2017 GAA calendar.

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13/03/2017Match Day

Croke Park St. Patrick's Day Transport Guide

Croke Park St. Patrick's Day Transport Guide

Please be aware of traffic restrictions that will be in place across Dublin on Friday for St. Patrick’s Day.

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10/02/2016Match Day

Limited number of Premium seats at Croke Park available

Limited number of Premium seats at Croke Park available

Never miss the big moments again

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