The GAA club of Toulouse was established in January 2010 by a group of French and Irish enthusiasts. Primarily playing Gaelic football, Toulouse became the champion of France in 2015 and 2016.
The club also won the European Champions League in 2015. However, the club is also actively involved in the development of other sports such as hurling/camogie and one-wall handball.
In 2014, the club hosted a match between France and Italy in football and handball. Onewall tournaments have been regularly organized since 2021. Toulouse participates in the Southwest League championship, as well as the federal championship and the French Gaelic football championship.
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