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Welcome to Gaelic Games Europe!

GAA in Europe keeps expanding at an astonishing rate. Increased interest in Gaelic Games, the twinning of Europe with the Leinster Council in Ireland, increased links with the ladies Football and Camogie associations and the effort put in by individual clubs to promote the games, have all played a part in the rapid expansion of the GAA in Europe. The games in Europe are controlled by Gaelic Games Europe.

Gaelic Games Europe is proud to share in the 125th anniversary celebrations. New clubs are under development in various locations and if you are in a city/region where there is no club yet registered, please do not hesitate to get in touch as Gaelic Games Europe may have local contacts in your area.



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The Mark Rule for Mens Gaelic Football in Europe

I just wanted to clarify a few things about the new Mark Rule in Men’s Football. First and most important of all The Mark must be played as per the rules in Ireland. There is a proposal to introduce a

2016 was record-breaking year for Gaelic Games in Europe. There were plenty of firsts and some lasts and loads of highs and lows scattered in between. Join us as we take a month-by-month trip down memory lane as we review

If you play any sport then you’ve already been there. We all have. And it’s without doubt the referee’s fault when things go wrong because it definitely can’t be yours! Your team mates may have some explaining to do but


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