List of Gaelic games clubs in Ireland

This is a list of clubs in Ireland that play Gaelic games categorised by their governing bodies (GAA provincial council and GAA county).

Common abbreviations used in club names are:

  • CC: Camogie Club or Cumann Camogaíochta
  • CLG: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael (Gaelic Athletic Club, or Gaelic Athletic Association)
  • CPG: Cumann Peile Gaelach (Gaelic Football Club)
  • GAA: Gaelic Athletic Association (now often used for individual clubs)
  • GAC: Gaelic Athletic Club (often denotes that more than one sport is played)
  • GFC: Gaelic Football Club
  • HC: Hurling Club or Handball Club
  • HCC: Hurling and Camogie Club
  • LGFC: Ladies' Gaelic Football Club
  • LGFA: Ladies' Gaelic Football Association
  • (H): Hurling (F) Football (D) Dual

ConnachtEdit

GalwayEdit

Defunct Galway ClubsEdit

  • St Grellan's (F)
  • St Columba's (H)
  • St Sourney's(F)
  • St Patricks, Coldwood (F)
  • St Cuans (H)

LeitrimEdit

MayoEdit

RoscommonEdit

SligoEdit

LeinsterEdit

CarlowEdit

DublinEdit

KildareEdit

KilkennyEdit

LaoisEdit

LongfordEdit

LouthEdit

MeathEdit

OffalyEdit

WestmeathEdit

WexfordEdit

WicklowEdit

MunsterEdit

Clare[1]Edit

CorkEdit

Avondhu (North Cork)Edit

Béara (West Cork)Edit

Carbery (South West Cork)Edit

Carrigdhoun (South East Cork)Edit

Imokilly (East Cork)Edit

Muskerry (Mid Cork)Edit

Seandún (City Division)Edit

Duhallow (North West Cork)Edit

KerryEdit

LimerickEdit

City DivisionEdit

East DivisionEdit

South DivisionEdit

West DivisionEdit

TipperaryEdit

WaterfordEdit

UlsterEdit

AntrimEdit

Defunct Antrim clubsEdit

ArmaghEdit

Defunct Armagh clubsEdit

CavanEdit

DerryEdit

DonegalEdit

East DivisionEdit

Inishowen DivisionEdit

  • Buncrana
  • Burt
  • Carndonagh
  • Malin
  • Moville
  • Naomh Pádraig, Muff
  • Urris
  • Naomh Colmcille

North-West DivisionEdit

South DivisionEdit

South-West DivisionEdit

DownEdit

FermanaghEdit

MonaghanEdit

TyroneEdit

Defunct Tyrone clubsEdit

  • Benburb Eoghan Ruadh GAC
  • Bundoran Junction Éire Ógs
  • Coa HC
  • Dunamanagh GAC
  • Glassmullagh St Colmcille's HC
  • Golan GAC
  • Knocknagor CC
  • Moy Phelim Roe GAC
  • Pearse Óg GAC, Leckpatrick
  • Trillick MacDonagh's GFC
  • Trillick Red Hands GFC

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Clare GAA Clubs". Clare GAA Official Website.