List of Gaelic games clubs in Ireland

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This is a list of clubs in Ireland that play Gaelic games categorised by their governing bodies (GAA provincial council and GAA county).

Contents

Common abbreviations used in club names are:

Connacht

Galway

Defunct Galway Clubs

  • St Grellan's (F)
  • St Columba's (H)
  • St Sourney's(F)
  • St Patricks, Coldwood (F)
  • St Cuans (H)

Leitrim


Mayo

Roscommon

Sligo

Leinster

Carlow

Dublin

Kildare

Kilkenny

Laois

Longford

Louth

Meath

Offaly

Westmeath

Wexford

Wicklow

Munster

Clare

Cork

Avondhu (North Cork)

Béara (West Cork)

Carbery (South West Cork)

Carrigdhoun (South East Cork)

Imokilly (East Cork)

Muskerry (Mid Cork)

Seandún (City Division)

Duhallow (North West Cork)


Kerry

Limerick

City Division

East Division

South Division

West Division

Tipperary

Waterford

Ulster

Antrim

Defunct Antrim clubs

  • Riverdale Rovers, Belfast

Armagh

Defunct Armagh clubs

Cavan

Derry

Donegal

East Division

Inishowen Division

  • Buncrana
  • Burt
  • Carndonagh
  • Malin
  • Moville
  • Naomh Pádraig, Muff
  • Urris

North-West Division

South Division

South-West Division

Down

Fermanagh

Monaghan

Tyrone

Defunct Tyrone clubs

  • Benburb Eoghan Ruadh GAC
  • Bundoran Junction Éire Ógs
  • Coa HC
  • Dunamanagh GAC
  • Glassmullagh St Colmcille's HC
  • Golan GAC
  • Knocknagor CC
  • Moy Phelim Roe GAC
  • Pearse Óg GAC, Leckpatrick
  • Trillick MacDonagh's GFC
  • Trillick Red Hands GFC

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