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Croke Park (Páirc na Chrócaigh) is the home of Gaelic Games & headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), and with a capacity for 82,300 people, Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. With a prime location in central Dublin and a tradition that’s steeped in history, Croke Park holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Ireland.
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Shelby C. lives 4.70 km from Croke Park
on June 20th, 2012
Even though I don't completely understand the rules of the sports that are played in here, I was taken on a tour of Croke Park when I first moved to Dublin and was SO impressed with it. The history behind the building is astounding, and the place itself gorgeous and clean. I am hoping I have the chance to see a match here at some point!
Shane F. lives 25.76 km from Croke Park
on August 12th, 2009
Incredible place, with a fantastic history. Granted me being from Wicklow, I haven't had many happy days there, but for the Museum alone it's worth the trip. When the place is full, it's one of the best stadiums around.
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Dave G. lives 7.25 km from Croke Park
on July 29th, 2009
Love the stadium and all the history about. Very modern and one of the best stadiums in Europe! Also the first eco stadium!!
Don J. lives 7.65 km from Croke Park
on April 23rd, 2009
Makes you proud to be Irish, terrfific stadium and the best of all the european stadiums that Ive visited.
Don D. lives 4.29 km from Croke Park
on October 27th, 2008
The home of Gaelic Games. Its a credit to an amateur organisation that they have one of the best stadia in the world and still continue the tradition of having terrracing (Hill 16). Its at its best during the Championship held in the Irish Summer and there is no better atmosphere in the world of sport during a major hurling or football game in Croke Park,espically when the boys in blue are motoring. Soccer espically and rugby to extent suffer when played at the Jones Rd venue as the pitches can be dwarfed on the grass as the GAA pitch is much bigger. Overall its one of the best I have been in and has the added bonus of an excellent museum, handball alley and selection of famous watering holes nearby. A good test of a stadium is how quickly you can get out of the stadium and there is no problem in Croker you can usually exit the stadium in a couple of minutes. Also never any problem get use of the toilet!!
Mike B. lives 4.97 km from Croke Park
on October 22nd, 2008
I've been to a few big stadiums: The Bernabau, Nou Camp, Millennium Stadium... That said, I still think Croke Park is one of the best in Europe. We're lucky as it's quite unusual to have such a large stadium so close to the city centre and I feel this really adds to the pre & post match atmosphere. The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff is probably the next best for this, it has a closing roof (but they obviously just don't get the weather in Wales so I'm not deducting marks for that!). It's our principal stadium so what more can I say - five stars from me!
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