The Irish Times Group has signed up to become the principal commercial sponsor of the GAA Museum at Croke Park.
The initial agreement will run for three years and will include a number of collaborative projects across the Irish Times and Irish Examiner.
The GAA Museum’s collections and exhibits, which are open to the public, alongside their Stadium tours and Skyline Tour, illustrate the rich history of the games from ancient times to the present day.
They provide an excellent sense of the role of the GAA in our national history and the recent special exhibition on the media showed why this partnership is one rooted in a symbiotic relationship between the two.
“2020 marks an important year in the history of the GAA as they
commemorate the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday,” said Irish Times Managing Director Liam Kavanagh.
“We are looking forward to partnering with the team on projects and events which will appeal to our audience during this momentous year and into the future.”
“We are delighted to welcome The Irish Times Group as official sponsors of the GAA Museum here at Croke Park,” added GAA President John Horan.
“As our Bloody Sunday commemorative events begin, it is a timely occasion to mark the beginning of an important partnership between our two organisations.”