Gardaí have issued advice for Galway fans travelling to Dublin for the All-Ireland football final today, with traffic enforcement in full swing.
More than 82,000 people are expected to attend Galway v Kerry for the fully sold-out All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final.
People travelling to Croke Park are being asked to consider using public transport and the park and ride facilities as much as possible.
Clonliffe College is no longer available for car parking, and full details of the parking options available can be found at https://crokepark.ie/getting-here/match-concert-parking.
On street parking is very limited due to Croke Park being situated in a residential area. There will be strict enforcement of all illegal parking in the area by Gardai and Dublin City Parking Services.
Patrons should be aware that illegally parked vehicles will be impounded or clamped and will be liable to a substantial fine.
There is one car park in the vicinity of Croke Park at O’Connell’s School, North Richmond Street, with 400 spaces, and entry via the North Circular Road.
There is also coach parking at Great Western Way, and limited facilities at Mountjoy Square East and South. Parking here is on the park side of the street only.
There will not be any facility for coach parking on Mountjoy Square North or West.