• Date
  • Location Croke Park Jones' Rd Drumcondra Dublin 3 Ireland

Dublin take on Cork this Saturday, 8th February, for the LGFA National Football League (Division 1 Round 3).

17:00 Dublin V Cork

Plan your journey using the TFI Journey Planner online or check out below!

Bus Routes that serve Croke Park

1, 7, 11, 13, 14, 16, 27a, 27b, 29a, 31/a, 31b, 32, 33, 40, 40b, 40d, 41, 41b, 41c, 42, 43, 44, 53, 123, 13

Visit the Dublin Bus website for more information on timetables and fares.

Bus Éireann

All the information on Bus Éireann services can be found here.

Commercial Bus Operators

For information on Commercial Bus Services contact the operator directly.


If you are travelling from Heuston station, take the Red Line to Connolly/Busáras. Croke Park is a 22 minute walk from Connolly Station.

For more information visit the Luas website.

Irish Rail provide great links to Dublin city from all over the country.

Croke Park is a 22 minute walk from Connolly station.

To plan your journey see visit the Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail website for timetables and routes.

Public parking will be available at Clonliffe College, O’Connell Schools and at City Centre Car Parks.

You can take a taxi to Croke Park.

If you are travelling from the city centre it can take anywhere between 10 and 19 minutes, depending on traffic.

Use the Taxi Fare Estimator to determine your cost.

The Just Eat dublinbikes share scheme have stations close to Croke Park, the closest one is located on the North Circular Road. Visit the Just Eat dublinbikes website  to find out all the details.

For walking details visit our online TFI Journey Planner and filter ‘Trip Options’ to Walking.