Croke Park is a GAA stadium located in Dublin, Ireland, which is sometimes called Croker by the fans and locals. The name of this stadium goes back to the…
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Croke Park, located on the North side of Dublin, is home to the GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association). This stadium (3rd largest in Europe), is home to both hurling and Gaelic football. Every year, counties all over Ireland come together to compete against one another. Pride alone, motivates the people of Ireland.
Croke Park Stadium Tour - Croke Park Stadium Tours offer an access-all-areas trip through the home of Irish sport. Walk in the footsteps of legends as you visit the team dressing rooms before going pitchside and taking a seat in the VIP area. Enjoy panoramic views from the top tier of the stand – 30 meters above the famous pitch.
Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum. Even if you aren’t a huge fan of Gaelic sports, touring the iconic Croke Park and GAA Museum is sure to be memorable. You can follow in the footsteps of Ireland’s sporting legends in a stadium flooded with history. In a unique and interactive experience, the museum’s new galleries illustrate the story and journey of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day, and there is an interactive games zone, where you can test your own sporting skills.
We showed you a little of Croke Park the other night. This is the other major stadium in Dublin. Now known as the Aviva Stadium it used before renovation be known as Landsdowne Road. It was the home of Irish rugby and was rented by the FAI for soccer games. It was renovated in 2010. During renovations rugby and soccer internationals took place in Croke Park. The stadium is now jointly owned by the IRFU and FAI. The unusual shape with one end lower than the other is dictated by its position...