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  • Croke Park Rules and Regulations - Stadium Gound Regulation
    persons entering the ground agree to be searched by a member of the Garda Siochána 5 Every person including infants entering the ground must have a ticket 6 The following are not permitted 6 1 Entry upon the pitch or engaging in conduct that causes or is likely to cause injury or harm to or otherwise interferes with disrupts hinders or distracts a person playing in refereeing or otherwise having a role in a match at this ground 6 2 Any unauthorised contact with the boundary wall surrounding the pitch or incursion on to the pitch Any such unauthorised contact or incursion constitutes a trespass to property 6 3 The climbing of floodlight or other pylons stands or other buildings Such behaviour constitutes a trespass to property 6 4 Throwing any object onto the pitch 6 5 Remaining or loitering in any gangway or aisle 6 6 Behaving in an offensive or indecent manner 6 7 Bringing of alcohol into the ground 6 8 Bringing into the ground of fireworks selfie sticks smoke canisters bottles glasses cans flags banners poles distress signals laser pointers and other similar articles or containers including anything which could or might be used as a

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  • Croke Park Stadium Facilities
    Premium Meetings Events GAA Museum Tours Shop Stadium information Match day information Getting Here Facilities Accessibility Health Safety Community Sustainability Croke Park Superstore Advertising The Croke Park Hotel Facilities Below are maps of all the facilities available on each level

    Original URL path: http://www.crokepark.ie/about/facilities (2015-10-07)
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  • Croke Park Stadium Facts and Figures
    Offaly in the All Ireland Football Final Location Croke Park is located 1km from Dublin City Centre Size Croke Park is a three tier stadium with 7 levels The total area cover by Croke Park is 700 000 sq ft 16 acres Total area covered by the roof is 200 000sq ft 5 acres There is over 30km of seats in the stadium and more than 5 000km of cabling and wiring The volume of concrete used during construction was 45 000 cu m There was 2 000 tonnes of steel used in the roof of Croke Park The pipe work used in the plumbing of the stadium covers 10 000 m Underground drainage covers 8 000 m There are approx 116 turnstiles and additional portable ones which are brought out for full house matches Floodlights There are 463 huge lamps dotted all around the stadium 435 attached to the roof and 28 attached to a mast at the Dineen Hill 16 Each lamp is 2 000 watts giving the same amount of light as 2 000 candles The floodlights are controlled by a central computer The 5million floodlight programme was the last part of the development programme The stadium hosted its first floodlight match in front of a full house of 82 300 in February 2007 when Dublin met Tyrone in the Allianz National Football League Match Day The media area is on Level 7 in the stadium there are approx 145 seats approx 90 for print journalists 40 for radio and 15 for TV There are 93 corporate boxes which are sold to businesses who want to bring clients to games The boxes are on Level 6 in the stadium and contain between 12 33 seats The Davin bar on Premium Level 5 is the largest bar in

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  • Getting to Croke Park
    tours Bike parking Getting Here Facilities Accessibility Health Safety Community Sustainability Croke Park Superstore Advertising The Croke Park Hotel Getting here Croke Park is located in north Dublin between Drumcondra and Ballybough and is bordered by Jones Road to the west Clonliffe Road to the north St James Avenue to the east and the Royal Canal to the south Match day traffic information For up to date match day traffic

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  • Parking
    Patrons and visitors are encouraged to use public transport options Bus Rail DART and LUAS which all bring you to within 15 minutes walk or less from the stadium O Connell Schools Supervised Car Park North Circular Road Open for 2 hours before all events and 1 hour after events and has a capacity for 300 cars 3 hours before concerts Cost 10 for all Championship Matches Concerts 8 for League Games 5 for School Finals and Intermediate Junior Finals The proceeds go to both schools on the premises and the Zambian Immersion Project Clonliffe College car park The Clonliffe College car park is situated 5 minutes from Croke Park Stadium Parking The car park has 2000 spaces which include 100 disabled spaces Cost 10 for match days Clonliffe College car park is accessible via entrance on Drumcondra Road Lower City Centre car parks Park Rite Preferential rates are available for match goers at City Centre Car Parks Parking is available at Park Rite locations across the city centre for 4 for match day patrons Click here to download map Q Park Park for up to 24h hours on match day in Q Park Clerys for 8 Or park in Q Park Usher s Quay is 4 upon presentation of a match day ticket Note The Match Day offer is for GAA matches only and does not cover concerts or other events in Croke Park Click here for details of Q Park car parks Mater Hospital car park The Mater Hospital car park at Eccles Street Dublin 7 provides match rates available by pre booking only at www materparking ie Click here for directions Other car parks Hedigans The Bryan Boru 5 Prospect Rd Dublin 2 per hour No day rate available minimum 2 Regency Airport Hotel Swords Rd Whitehall

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  • Croke Park Stadium Seating Plans
    Tours Shop Seating Map Below is an interactive flash map of the seating available in Croke Park Croke Park Seating Plans You have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe s Flash Player Get the latest Flash player

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  • Catering in Croke Park
    Catering The catering team at Croke Park work with a carefully selected team of top Irish food suppliers to prepare a variety of menu options for all those attending events at Croke Park The Eighteen84 units are the quick service restaurants within the stadium selling a mix of hot food snacks and hot cold beverages These units mix the history and tradition of the GAA with a contemporary design The name is inspired by the formation date of the Association and these units are a living scrapbook of legends who have performed at Croke Park and GAA legends since the organisation s formation Leather Ash is the café offer on public level comprising of sandwiches snacks and hot cold beverages The name for the Leather Ash units was derived from the ancient games played with leather and ash that have made the GAA and Croke Park famous The design for the units incorporates these two materials and the imagery shows players past and present playing the two games with ash hurls and leather balls The Crossbar units are the bar offer on public level selling both alcoholic beverages and soft drinks The design for these units are of a modern

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  • Croke Park | Stadium information | Match day information | Recycling
    your help to ensure that this initiative is a success so we ask you to think twice before you throw away your rubbish when you are at the stadium What bin Sometimes it s confusing to know which bin to dispose of your waste so we have tried to make your decision easier Our bins are all colour coded to help you make the right choice here is a quick

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