The Road to Croker is a magazine style sports television programme broadcast on RTÉ Two during the Gaelic games season. The programme features input from clubs, players and managers or Banisteoirí. Retired Gaelic Athletic Association figures, such as Michael "Babs" Keating, have also made contributions. The "Croker" in the title refers to the stadium Croke Park where the season draws to a close in September with the finals in Gaelic football and hurling. The programme has been nominated at the Irish Film and Television Awards. The Road to Croker was produced by Loose Horse. Episodes have been recorded in GAA clubs around Ireland, including Clarinbridge GAA Club in County Galway. That episode was recorded on the day before it was broadcast. Episodes were originally broadcast on RTÉ Two on Thursday evenings but the programme was moved to a new slot on Friday evenings for the 2009 season. In September 2009 the programme was axed and disbanded. Two years later it was replaced by The Committee Room.

The Road to Croker
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TitleThe Road to Croker
First Air DateJan 01, 1970
Last Air DateJan 01, 1970
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