Find information on Gaelic sports in Ireland, from club history to tours of Ireland’s most popular gaelic sports stadia.
Cusack Stand, Croke Park, St. Joseph’s Avenue, Dublin 1, Dublin
About the Museum
The GAA Museum can be found in Croke Park Stadium under the Cusack Stand. It was opened in 1998 by An Taoiseach Bertie Ahern.
The museum is dedicated to the GAA and how it has contributed to sport, culture and social life in Ireland since it first began in 1884.
The museum displays a vast collection of GAA memorabilia like hurleys, jerseys, trophies, medals, match programmes etc.
St. Joseph’s Avenue, Dublin 3, Dublin
Boasting a capacity of 82,300, Croke Park Stadium is the home of gaelic games and the headquarters of the GAA – the Gaelic Athletic Association. This impressive stadium is located to the north of Dublin city centre near the suburb of Drumcondra. It’s one of the largest stadiums in Europe and is the place to be in Ireland on All Ireland Final Day.
It can be found just off Jones Road in Dublin 3 and is within easy walking distance of O’Connell Street. It covers about 700,000 square feet and has three stands: the Cusack Stand, the Hogan Stand and the Davin Stand in the Canal End.
Erin’s Own Hurling And Football Club
Pairc Ui Chonaill, Glounthaune, Cork
The Erin’s Own club is based in Glounthane parish, East Cork.
Erins Own G.A.A Club was founded in 1963 with the amalgamation of the two parish clubs, Knockraha and Little Island. The decision to form the new club was based on a desire to strengthen gaelic games in the parish of Glounthaune by forming one strong unit where two weaker ones previously existed. The game had been played in the Parish for well over a hundred years.
Bank of Ireland All Ireland Football Final
Croke Park, Clonliffe Road, Dublin 3, Dublin
The Bank of Ireland All Ireland Football championship comes to a gripping finale in the month of September. Make sure you do not miss the epitome of Gaelic games as the titans of this sport clash for the most coveted of titles.
Lar Na Pairce The Story Of The Gaelic Games
Slievenamon Road, Thurles, North Tipperary
Lar na Pairce, Thurles is a new and exciting Visitor Centre which illustrates the history and development of Gaelic Games from earliest times.
Castlemartyr GAA Club
This club is located in East Cork, about 20 miles east of Cork City. We are currently a Junior Club with adult teams in both Hurling and Football and a very active under-age section down to the age at which they can first hold a hurley or kick a ball (6 months).
The bulk of our players come from the villages of Castlemartyr and Mogeely and we play in the Imokilly division in Cork County. We have a long and distinguished history having won many honours and provided many great players and administrators to both Imokilly division and Cork.
Celtic Park Gaelic Football Clubhouse
Celtic Park, Lonemoor Rd, Derry, Derry
Celtic Park is the home ground of the Derry football and hurling teams.
Also local teams and clubs play here, in county finals etc.