Croke Park. Not just a venue a destination. Croke Park Stadium is the home of Gaelic Games, headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
With a prime location in central Dublin, a capacity for 82,300 people and a tradition that's steeped in history. Croke Park holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Ireland.
Also home to many spectacular musical performances which include, U2, The Police and Robbie Williams to name but a few. History was made in 2007 when Croke Park Stadium hosted international rugby and soccer fixtures from the RBS 6 Nations Campaign and the Euro 2008 Qualifying camp.
Croke Park is located on the northside of Dublin and is framed by Jones Road, Clonliffe Road, St. Joseph's Avenue and the Royal Canal.
The stadium is approximately five minutes drive from O'Connell Street in the city centre, approximately five minutes drive from Clontarf Castle Hotel and twenty minutes from Dublin Airport.
The main entrance to the Hogan Stand is located on Jones Road. The Cusack Stand entrance is accessed via St. Josephs Avenue, off Clonliffe Road.
Limited street parking is available. Nearest multistorey car park is in the city centre.