The Gaelic football section of the Liffré Sports Union / Liffré GAA is one of the first clubs established in Brittany and France. It aims to promote and energize the practice of Gaelic football in the Liffré-Cormier Community territory, as well as fostering an openness to Irish culture.
The club brings together 70 members, consisting of 2 senior teams and a youth section for ages 8 to 16, ranking fifth nationally just behind clubs from larger cities such as Paris, Rennes, Nantes, or Bordeaux. The club boasts an impressive record with 13 Brittany championships and one national championship.
With a dedicated and active group of volunteers, the club conducts various activities throughout the year in schools within the Liffré-Cormier Community and surrounding municipalities. It plays a central role in promoting Liffré internationally through projects involving stays and exchanges with Ireland and other European countries.
The club trains every week on the social center field at Gué de Mordrée in Liffré and welcomes new participants throughout the year.
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