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Latest Community News: Last updated Thursday, August 27th 2015

GAA Football All-Ireland Championship Semi Finals

Sunday, 30th August 2015

Turnstiles Open at 12.30pm

Electric Ireland GAA Football All-Ireland Minor Championship Semi Final

1.30pm                    Kildare v Tipperary

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Semi Final

3.30pm                     Dublin v Mayo

Garda Cordon

A soft garda cordon will be in place on Sunday morning from 9.30am to enhance parking control and local resident access.  The rigid garda cordon will be in place from 11am onwards.  Local resident parking passes for households within the garda cordon are available from the Garda Station on Fitzgibbon Street: telephone 01 666 8400.

Match Day Traffic Updates

For up to date match day traffic information, follow @aaroadwatch or @gardatraffic on Twitter

Croke Park Community Team

Members of the Croke Park Community Team will be on duty on Sunday. Phone 1800 303 593 if you require their assistance.

 

Croke Park Staff Heroes - Recognising Excellence

Bopper Holland, from St. James' Avenue (pictured above, far right in the blue jacket) is a member of the Croke Park Community Team.  Bopper was one of Croke Park's unsung heroes who were awarded certificates of recognition by GAA President Aogán Ó Fearghail on Sunday, August 23rd.

Bopper has lived in the shadow of Croke Park Stadium his entire life and has received many commendations from local residents and match goers for the assistance he provides on event days. Croke Park is very proud to have such outstanding team members working behind the scenes. Comhghairdeas Bopper!

Croke Park Community Fund Update

The Ardilaun Square Residents Group, the Foster Terrace Street Feast and the Monto Festival 2015 are just three of the nine local groups that received support at the July meeting of the Croke Park Community Fund committee.   So far this year, the Community Fund has allocated over €75,000 in funding to 38 local groups.  

Find out more

Local Residents Ticket Scheme Update

The local residents ticket draws for the 2015 GAA All Ireland Football and Hurling Finals took place on Wednesday, August 19th here in the stadium and was independently witnessed.  

Local residents whose names were drawn for the All-Ireland Hurling Final will be contacted by post next week and local residents who have won tickets for the All Ireland Football Finals will be contacted by post the week of September 7th.

The local residents ticket draws for the three Croke Park concerts in 2015 took place on Thursday, June 4th and were witnessed by an independent auditor.  100 pairs of complimentary tickets were allocated to local residents per concert night.

View the lists of ticket winners online