Croke Park is conveniently located just 5 minutes from the city centre and 15 minutes from Dublin Airport and the M50 motorway, with free onsite car parking.
For over 100 years, Croke Park has been the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). Ireland’s national games of Gaelic Football, Hurling and Camogie are played in this iconic 82,000 seater stadium throughout the year. There are a limited number of stadiums in the world that can match this capacity but what makes Croke Park unique is that it is the home of Ireland’s national games, games played in front of 82,000 passionate fans, not by highly paid professional athletes, but by amateurs, participating for the love of the game, for their families, their communities and their counties.
With over 2,500 clubs all around Ireland and the world, the GAA is a beacon for bringing people together. No other movement quite captures the spirit of Ireland like the GAA and no other venue can showcase this quite as much as Croke Park. We hope hosting CTLS 2023 in this unique venue will be a beacon for bringing the CTLS community together in Dublin.
How to get to Croke Park Stadium
Croke Park Stadiums's central location on Jones Road, Dublin 3 is within easy reach of the city centre, Dublin Airport and Dublin port. Why not plan your journey to Croke Park, get more information on public transport or find out about event day parking.