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Home of the GAA, Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. Capacity 82,300.
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Special local community post - the latest match day information for our neighbours is now online
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Croke Park Oct 28
The Leinster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Finals take centre stage this weekend at ! First up is against the returning . Then last year's Leinster champions take on .
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Croke Park Oct 28
Check out the below update from our team on our farm!
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The GAA Oct 28
On 21 November 1920, William Robinson and John William-Scott attended a football match in Croke Park. They never came home. William and John were two of 14 people who were killed on Bloody Sunday. - the GAA remembers. Learn more at
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Croke Park Oct 25
Our third lecture from our Monday's at the Museum Bloody Sunday series is here and available for all to watch. discusses the topic of 'Sport and Revolution: The Irish Case', watch this fascinating lecture now 👉
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Croke Park Oct 24
Croke Park under lights 😍
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Croke Park Oct 24
Both teams are out on the pitch! Minutes to go till throw-in ⏳ the stage is set
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Croke Park Oct 24
The calm before the storm! Match days have returned to Croke Park 🙌
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Croke Park Oct 24
Special local community post - the latest match day information for our neighbours is now online
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Croke Park Oct 23
It's been a long wait but tomorrow the action returns to as take on in the Leinster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final. Who's coming out on top?
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Croke Park Oct 22
Special local community post - the latest match day information for our neighbours is now online
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Croke Park Oct 22
Championship season is upon us and even though we can't be in attendance this weekend, we can still experience the sounds of match week at Croke Park from the comfort of our home thanks to
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Croke Park Oct 21
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Croke Park Oct 21
Tune in to tonight for the launch of the Decade of Centenaries Research Collection! We are delighted to be a part of it.
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Croke Park Oct 20
In line with current restrictions and public health advice the remaining lectures will be going online! Tickets for these lectures featuring , & are available now
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Croke Park Oct 18
Our first two lectures are free to listen to as part of the Dublin Festival of History! The lectures were delivered by Prof. Diarmaid Ferriter of and Dr. Anne Dolan of & you can access them here
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Croke Park Oct 17
In line with current guidelines, the Sunday Miscellany Live at the GAA Museum is now cancelled but a special studio Miscellany programme will go out at 9.10am on RTÉ Radio 1 on Sunday 22 November, with the support of the , on the theme of Bloody Sunday.
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Croke Park Events Oct 16
We may not be able to meet in person but our doors are still open to deliver from our digital studio - powered by our AV partner 💜 📍
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Croke Park Oct 16
to 2000 for the perfect Friday viewing as took on in an epic All-Ireland SFC Semi-Final!
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Croke Park Oct 14
Tickets for Monday's lecture with are still available! Dr. Chambers' lecture discusses the coverage of the Civil War and War of Independence in cinema newsreels at the time! Tickets 👉
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