List of non-Gaelic games played in Croke Park

List Of Non-Gaelic Games Played In Croke Park

List of non-Gaelic games played in Croke Park

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The following is a list of non-Gaelic games played and scheduled to be played at Croke Park (formerly Jones's Road). The Gaelic Athletic Association prohibits the playing of foreign sports at GAA-owned stadiums under Rule 42 of its rule book.In practice the rule has only been applied to the sports of soccer, and rugby, which were perceived to be rivals to the playing of Gaelic games. The Irish Independent. Published on 24-03-07. Retrieved on 24-11-07. Cricket was also banned, but Croke Park is too small for a cricket field. As such, several games of American football have been played with rule 42 in force, as well as a boxing match and a baseball game. The rule was officially relaxed in 2005 for the duration of the reconstruction of Lansdowne Road, to allow for the playing of Republic of Ireland soccer and Irish rugby internationals. RTÉ.ie. Published on 16-04-05. Retrieved on 24-11-07. The republic of Ireland soccer and Irish rugby internationals are scheduled to move into the new Aviva Stadium on the former Lansdowne Road site in April 2010; the last international in either sport at Croke Park was the rugby team's 2010 Six Nations home fixture with Scotland on 20 March.

The Australia national cricket team are scheduled to have a training session in Croke Park on June 17 ahead of their One Day International against Ireland. What year?

American football

Association football (soccer)




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