Ticket Scheme

Residents who have registered with the stadium for the ticket scheme are entered into draws to avail of occasional ticket offers for major concerts and matches here in the stadium.

The FAQ below provides details on qualifying criteria, registration and details on the draws themselves.

GAA All-Ireland Championship Finals Draws Update

The local resident ticket draws for the opportunity to purchase GAA All-Ireland Championship Final tickets are scheduled to take place on Monday, 14 August 2017 in Croke Park.

The draws will be independently observed on behalf of local residents by an external auditor. The opportunity to purchase 100 pairs of All-Ireland Championship Hurling Final tickets will be offered in the first draw and the opportunity to purchase 100 pairs of All-Ireland Championship Football Final tickets will be offered in the second draw.

Local residents will be contacted by post by August 17 if their names have been drawn out for the Hurling tickets & by August 31 if their names have been drawn out for the football tickets. The lists of ticket winners will be published in late September on this webpage.

Ticket Draw FAQs

100 pairs of tickets are made available to purchase for limited availability sporting fixtures at the stadium such as the GAA All Ireland Finals.

In addition, a further 100 pairs of complimentary tickets are made available for each concert that takes place in the stadium.

When tickets are made available, they are distributed by way of a draw amongst those who have registered with Croke Park.
 

  • 40% of tickets are allocated in every draw to households within the stadium’s event day Garda cordon
  • The remaining 60% of tickets are allocated in every draw for qualifying households outside the event day Garda cordon
If your street is within Croke Park’s 1.5km community radius, you qualify for the stadium’s local residents’ ticket scheme.  

If you’re unsure, you can contact Croke Park’s Community Officer to find out.

If you are living in a qualifying area - print out this application form, complete & sign it and send it to:

Julianne Savage
Croke Park Local Residents Ticket Scheme
Croke Park
Jones Road
Dublin 3

Download the community database application form 

Local residents can also call into the main Croke Park reception on Jones Road and fill in an application form in person for inclusion in the local residents’ ticket scheme.

Absolutely, an independent auditor witnesses the main draw that takes place for each event and the list of winners is published online following the event.

Once you are a qualifying resident, the following applies:
  • Registration is restricted to one per household.
  • Completion of the form does not guarantee tickets.

If you have a query in relation to local area residents ticket distributions, please email the Croke Park Community Officer Julianne Savage at jsavage@crokepark.ie