Here you will find everything you need to know about fixtures and results, how to get here, where to go when you arrive and the facilities on-hand to make your day out as enjoyable as possible!
Updated fixtures to be confirmed
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.
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.
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.
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.
Make the most of your matchday experience with our Stadium Tour and Ericsson Skyline, as well as the coveted GAA Museum with free entry after turnstiles for match ticket holders
The Croke Park Community Team works on stadium event days, consisting entirely of local residents who work during events to assist their neighbours and watch over event-day activity in our local area.
You’re not just buying a seat. You’re buying a perfect view. You’re buying knowing you’ll be there. You’re buying the feeling, the excitement, the spirit.
With our Hospitality offering, you can go Premium for one day only. It’s the perfect way to enhance the occasion, or to take your business relationships to another level.
Taking its name from its location on the Premium Level of the Cusack Stand, The 501 Club is where exclusivity gets social.
From your nearest exits to food & begerage options, find all the information you need to make your visit to Croke Park as enjoyable as possible.
Whether attending a match, concert, special occasion or corporate event – we want to make your experience of our stadium as comfortable and enjoyable as the event itself.
We look ahead to the weekend's double header in the national football leagues with Damian Lawlor.
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Damian Lawlor gives us his insight on the upcoming Allianz League double header this Saturday
We spoke to Damian Lawlor ahead of the AIB GAA All-Ireland Club Championship Finals.
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And this is the beginning of something special.
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.