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The British Council of the Gaelic Athletic Association (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael na Breataine)[2] or Britain GAA is the only provincial council of the Gaelic Athletic Association outside the island of Ireland (however, the Headquarters of Ulster GAA is also in the UK), and is responsible for Gaelic games in Great Britain. The board is also responsible for the British Gaelic football, hurling, camogie and ladies' Gaelic football inter-county teams.

London compete in the National Hurling League in hurling, and in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (as part of Connacht) and National Football League in Gaelic football. Since the reorganisation of the hurling championships into 3 tiers, London now play in the tier 2 Christy Ring Cup while Warwickshire and Lancashire play in the tier 4 Lory Meagher Cup.

The British Council is responsible for the seven GAA counties of Britain: Gloucestershire, Hertfordshire, Lancashire, London, Scotland, Warwickshire and Yorkshire. The GAA counties cover wider areas than their names suggest; the Hertfordshire County Board, for example, oversees clubs in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Oxfordshire; Gloucestershire GAA reaches into South Wales, Warwickshire GAA includes Staffordshire and Birmingham, and so on. The most popular sport is Gaelic football and some clubs are dedicated only to that sport.


The history of the London branch of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) dates back to the 19th century. Sam Maguire started his career here.

The old Wembley Stadium has played host to a number of Gaelic football and hurling games, the first taking place in 1958.


Many British GAA games are played on council fields, there are some dedicated GAA grounds in Britain. The two main grounds are the Emerald GAA Grounds, in Ruislip, London, and Páirc na hÉireann, in Solihull, near Birmingham.

All Britain Junior Football Club Championship

Year Winners Score Runners-Up Score Venue Note
2021 St Brendans (Manchester) 2-10 Sean McDermotts 2-08 McGovern Park, Ruislip
2020 No Championship due to Covid
2019 Thomas McCurtains 1-11 Glasgow Gaels 0-07 Beeston Rd, Leeds
2018 Dunedin Connollys 3-12 Neasden Gaels 2-12
2017 Dunedin Connollys 1-17 Sean McDermotts 1-12
2016 Dunedin Connollys 1-19 John Mitchels (Liverpool) 2-14 AET
2015 John Mitchels (Liverpool) 2-08 Sean McDermotts 0-08
2014 John Mitchels (Liverpool) 4-12 North London Shamrocks 3-11
2013 John Mitchels (Liverpool) 2-15 Dunedin Connollys 1-11
2012 St. Peter's, Manchester 2-17 St. Colmcille's, Cardiff 1-03
2011 Cuchullains (York) 1-06 John Mitchel’s (Liverpool) 0-06
2010 St Peters (Lan) 3-12 Sean McDermotts 2-04
2009 Dunedin Connollys 1-08 John Mitchel’s (Liverpool) 2-04
2008 John Mitchel’s (Liverpool) 1-09 Tara 1-04
2007 John Mitchel’s (Liverpool) 2-10 Thomas McCurtains (Lon) 0-07
2006 Fulham Irish (Lon) 1-11 Oisins (Lan) 0-11
2005 Harlesden Harps (Lon) 1-11 Dunedin Connollys (Scot 0-11 Old Bedians
2003 Sean McDermotts
2002 Sean McDermotts
2000 Sean McDermotts
1999 Hugh O'Neills 1–11 Sean McDermotts 0–04
1997 Southern Gaels, Bournemouth
1995 Sean McDermotts
1994 Oisins
1989 Kingdom (London) 1–12 St. Vincent's, Luton 0–04
1988 John Mitchel's (Warks)
1982 Hugh O'Neills 1–06 Parnells, London 0–08
1980 Tara 1–08 Hugh O'Neills 2–02

Note: this championship does not include London's senior champions since 2002[3]

All Britain Junior Football County Championship

Year Winners Score Runners-Up Score Venue Note
2021 Warwickshire 2–13 (1-10) London 0-08 (0-13) McGovern Park, Ruislip (Pairc na h'Eireann) After Replay
2020 No Championship due to Covid
2019 Scotland 3–12 Warwickshire 3–11 Pairc na h'Eireann
2018 Kilkenny 6–12 Warwickshire 0–09 Pairc na h'Eireann
2017 Kilkenny 3–15 Warwickshire 1–06 Pairc na h'Eireann
2016 Lancashire 1–10 London 2–06
2015 Kilkenny 2-7 Scotland 0-8 Edinburgh
2014 Scotland 3–10 Warwickshire 2–07 Pairc na h'Eireann
2013 Lancashire 2-12 Hertfordshire 1-11
2012 Lancashire 2–10 London 0–10
2011 Lancashire 1–11 Warwickshire 0–04
2010 Lancashire 0-16 London 1-6
2009 London 2-6 Lancashire 0-10
2008 Gloucestershire 1-12 Warwickshire 0-6
2007 London 0-11 Lancashire 0-9
2006 Warwickshire Scotland Pairc na h'Eireann
  • Warwickshire: 1968, 1969, 1973


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 14 September 2009. Retrieved 4 October 2009.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "CLG na Breataine - súil siar agus ar aghaidh". Beo!. 2010. Retrieved 28 May 2012.
  3. ^ "The All-Britain junior title race is on". 16 October 2019.

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