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Welcome to Gaelic Games of 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 the European County Board.

The ECB 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 the ECB may have local contacts in your area.

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As all of you should be aware by now the LGFA and GAA have introduced rules that REQUIRE the use of mouth guards when playing. Love them or hate them, they are essential in all games at every level and

As the year draws to a close, it is with great fondness I can look back on the hugely successful GAA World Games that took place in UCD Belfield between August 8 and August 12, 2016. It seems like a

The Etihad Airways GAA World Games took place in UCD this past August with the finals of the tournament being played at Croke Park. 56 teams from all across the globe took part with Europe supplying no fewer than 14

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