Gaelic Games & Irish Links

Gaelic Games Websites

Hogan Stand – Gaelic Games information website with latest GAA news, and links to GAA clubs both home and abroad, including the Cuchulainns!

Official GAA Site – The Official GAA website for all the latest news, fixtures, results, events, history, and all things GAA, this is where it’s at.

O’Neills Sportswear – Irish sportswear, including GAA gear, Soccer gear, Rugby gear and Sports Leisure Wear, and more.

RTE GAA Site – Ireland’s National broadcaster’s webpage on the GAA; Find out what Michael Lyster & the boys are up to this year.

The Official Ladies GAA Site – Find out the latest on the Ladies Gaelic Football and Ladies Hurling championships.

Dublin GAA – For detailed information on GAA clubs throughout Dublin including fixtures, results & more from the Dublin leagues & championships.

An Fear Rua – A whole host of info on Irish history, the GAA, and all things Irish.

Club GAA – An exhaustive listing of GAA clubs both in Ireland and around the world.

Irish & Worldwide GAA Club Websites

Co. Antrim:

Saint John’s/Naomh Eoin CLG

Roger Casements GAC Portglenone

Co. Armagh:

Derrynoose GAC

Maghery Sean MacDermotts GFC

St Pauls GAA Lurgan

St Peters GAC

Co. Carlow:

O’ Hanrahan’s GFC

Co. Clare:

Sixmilebridge GAA Club

Co. Cork:

Carrigaline GAA Club

Co. Kilkenny:

James Stephens Village GAA Club

Clubs Outside Ireland:

Seattle Gaels, WA, USA

Green Isle Camogie, SE London, UK

Oisin CLG, Manchester, UK

Irish News Links:

RTE Aertel – Ireland’s National Broadcaster’s Teletext service.

BBC NI Sport – BBC’s Northern Ireland Sports Service.

The Irish Independent – One of Ireland’s national broadsheet newspapers.

The Irish News – An online Irish news service.

The Irish Times – Another popular Irish news service.

Inside Ireland (English version)- Ireland’s bilingual business web magazine. Incorporating Jobs as Gaeilge, Business Directory, Finance, IT, Property, Sport, Entertainment and more.

Other Irish / Celtic Links:

Galway City Pub Guide – Your guide to the pubs and clubs of Galway City and more. – The history of Irish Migration to the UK.

London Irish Network – Founded in 1989 by a group of Irish people based in London to provide a focus for social contact for people from an Irish background or anyone with an interest in Irish culture.

Irish Links – If you are thinking of Moving to Ireland the IrishLinks web site provides you with information to help you with your move to Ireland: e.g. Removals , Estate Agents, Jobs, Banks, Pensions, Taxation, Credit Cards and more.

GaelTalk – Gaeltalk is an online Irish language course based in the Gaeltacht areas of Ireland. Online courses available for all levels of the Irish Language.

Irish in Britain – Irish in Britain is a national umbrella organisation established in 1973, which draws together Irish clubs and societies in Britain.

Hammersmith & Fulham Irish Cultural Centre – London’s premiere centre for Irish arts and culture.

Irish World Heritage Centre – The main venue for the Irish community of Manchester to socialise in a welcoming and friendly environment and pursue Irish cultural activities and celebrate the rich heritage of Ireland.

Irish Central – Irish Central is a weekly newsletter covering Irish news and is the oldest Internet-based national news service in the world.

Safe Home Ireland – The Safe-Home Programme from Safe Home Ireland was set up in January 2000 and has been operating on a national basis ever since.

Seattle Irish Heritage Club – The Seattle Irish Heritage Club organizes and promotes activities of an Irish cultural nature in the Seattle area, and the State of Washington, USA.

Conor Academy of Irish Dancing – Pupils from 5 years old upwards are taught and coached from beginner to championship standard in preparation for national feisanna (competitions).

Stirling Television – Stirling Film & Television Productions, Belfast. Looking for contributors to their Irish filming archives, see site for details.

SE London Soccer Clubs:

South East Athletic, London – Pod’s Soccer Club based in SE London.