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GAA All-Ireland Football Final Sunday 30th July 2023, Croke Park

The All-Ireland Football Final 2023 between Dublin and Kerry is taking place in Croke Park on Sunday 30th July 2023. Throw-in is at 3.30pm and those travelling to Croke Park for the match should note the traffic management measures in place.

There will be strict road closures commencing from 9am on Sunday 30th July 2023:

These will include the following at various times:

  • North Circular Road (Belvedere to North Great Clarence Street) 
  • Clonliffe Road (Ballybough to Drumcondra)
  • Jones Road
  • Further road closures may follow. 

Please adhere to the cordons in place and follow the direction of An Garda Síochána.

Please note that vehicle clamping will be in in operation in areas around Croke Park for cars that are illegally parked.

All persons attending Croke Park should plan their route, utilise public transport, park and ride facilities and use city centre public car parks.

Coach parking is available at the following locations.

No coach parking or drop offs will be facilitated in the vicinity of Croke Park.

Arriving at Croke Park:

  • No person will be admitted inside the cordon without a ticket
  • Arrive early, stiles are open at 1pm.
  • Have your ticket downloaded in advance.
  • Follow the instructions of Stewards and An Garda Sóochána.
  • Supporters are reminded that items such as flares and smoke canisters are dangerous and illegal and are not permitted inside the stadium.
  • Anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated.