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European Committee – 2020

Every organisation needs volunteers to organise, manage and drive things forward. We are lucky to have a diverse group of committed people who are working hard to develop and grow gaelic games across Europe. Members of our European Committee are listed below – click on a name to find out who we are, where we are from and what we do.


Chairperson
Maastricht Gaels (Netherlands)
 

Vice-Chairperson
Munich Colmcilles (Germany)
 

Secretary
Zurich Inneoin(Switzerland)
John White

Assistant Secretary
Amsterdam (Netherlands)
John Murphy

Treasurer
Munich Colmcilles (Germany)
 

Assistant Treasurer (Registrar)
Copenhagen (Denmark)
Wenjing Zuhang

Public Relations Officer (PRO)
Moscow Shamrocks (Russia)
Alan Moore

Club Development Officer
Eindhoven Shamrocks (Netherlands)
Ben McEntee

Coaching & Games Development Officer
Estrela Vermelha (Spain)
Alexandre Sanmartín Costa

Culture & Language Officer
Zurich (Switzerland)
Claudia Graf

Youth Development Officer
Liffré (France)
André Paquin

Information Technology Officer
Strasbourg Gael (France)

Sponsorship Officer
Valencia (Spain)
Diarmuid O’Donovan


Camogie Officer
Hamburg GAA (Germany)
Sarah Hartnett

Hurling Officer
Darmstadt (Germany)
Chris Bethe

Men’s Football Officer
Azur Gaels (France)
Nathan Begoc

Ladies Football Officer
Paris Gaels (France)

Handball Officer
Vienna Gaels (Austria)
Ben Grobman

Health and Wellbeing Officer
Ar Gwzai Gouez, Rennes (France)
 

Delegate to GAA Ard Comhairle (Central Council)
GSC Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
 

Referee Administrator

Children’s Officer
(to be appointed)

Find out more about where the Management Committee (MC) fits within our structures and our roles within the committee.

Our Organisational Structures

Read more about the role of the committee and it’s connections with other parts of our organisation.

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Roles in the Committee

Learn more about each Officer’s role within our committee and Gaelic Games Europe in general.

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