04/09/2020

The Irish Times Group announced as official sponsors of the GAA Museum at Croke Park

The Irish Times Group was announced today (5th of September 2020 ) as sponsor of the GAA Museum at Croke Park in an agreement which see the media group partner with the GAA in a three year deal. The announcement sees two iconic Irish organisations come together in a collaborative partnership to enhance the experience of readers and museum visitors.
 
The GAA Museum’s collections and exhibits, which are open to the public, alongside their Stadium tours and Skyline Tour, illustrate the rich history of the games from ancient times to the present day. While not only providing an engaging and thorough celebration of Ireland’s national games, the museum vividly brings to life how the GAA has contributed to our cultural, social and sporting heritage.
The Irish Times Group announced as official sponsors of the GAA Museum at Croke Park. Pictured from left to right, Niamh McCoy, Director of the GAA Museum, Liam Kavanagh, Managing Director of The Irish Times Group and John Horan, , GAA President.

The Irish Times Group is Ireland’s leading quality news media publisher comprising two national titles, The Irish Times and Irish Examiner, seven regional newspapers, two radio stations, MyHome.ie and a number of other digital assets, and the largest contract printer in Ireland.

Speaking at the launch in Croke Park, Managing Director of The Irish Times Group Liam Kavanagh commented, ‘2020 marks an important year in the history of the GAA as they commemorate the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. We are looking forward to partnering with the team on projects and events which will appeal to our audience during this momentous year and into the future.’
 
John Horan, GAA President added, ‘We are delighted to welcome The Irish Times Group as official sponsors of the GAA Museum here at Croke Park. As our Bloody Sunday commemorative events begin, it is a timely occasion to mark the beginning of an important partnership between our two organisations.’