Kilmacud Crokes & Beacon Hospital

We are delighted to announce that Beacon Hospital are now the main club sponsor of Kilmacud Crokes.

Together Beacon Hospital and Kilmacud Crokes are passionate about physical health, teamwork and the wellbeing of our community’s hearts and minds.

Kilmacud Crokes is the largest GAA club in Ireland with 140 teams, 5,700 players and members as well as being involved with many local schools and groups. The sponsorship also includes a redesign of the Kilmacud Crokes jersey for the first time in over a decade.

At Beacon Hospital, we have always been keen to support local clubs and groups in the community and we were proud to have supported the success of the club’s senior teams last season. We hope to contribute to the clubs continued success over the next three years.

LAUNCH OF OUR SPONSORSHIP

On Thursday 31st March, to celebrate the launch of our new sponsorship, Michael Cullen alongside several Beacon Hospital staff visited Kilmacud Crokes clubhouse in Glenalbyn, Stillorgan. To mark the occasion, we unveiled the club’s first new jersey design in over a decade. The event was hosted by legendary sports commentator Marty Morrissey and included speeches on the day from Michael Cullen and Kilmacud Crokes Chairman, Kevin Foley. The occasion was celebrated alongside club members & players, pupils from Scoil San Treasa and members of the media.

Read more about the celebrations!

Passion Lives Here

Together Beacon Hospital and Kilmacud Crokes are passionate about physical health, teamwork and the wellbeing of our community’s hearts and minds. Passion Lives Here.

In connection with this partnership, we are celebrating how “Passion Lives Here”, which embraces the passion of all the members and volunteers of the club who make it so special and successful. Be sure to watch out for “Passion Lives Here” around the community.

“Passion Lives Here will see us using our position as one of Ireland’s leading and most technologically advanced hospitals to share our expertise and knowledge in health and wellbeing. In sport and in medicine, it is passion that keeps us focused and dedicated to the cause.”

Michael Cullen, CEO Beacon Hospital