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Gaelic Games Europe

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Europe
GGE logo 2016.png
Irish:Cumann Luthchleas Gael na hEorpa
Nickname(s):GGE
Province:International unit
Ground(s):Sportspark West,
Negenputruwe 1-5,
6218 RA,
Maastricht,
Netherlands
County colours:Blue with yellow trim
Website:County board website
Regular kit

The European Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) (Irish: Cumann Luthchleas Gael na hEorpa) or Gaelic Games Europe is one of the international units of the GAA (outside Ireland), and is responsible for organising Gaelic games in continental Europe. Gaelic Games Europe is also responsible for the European Gaelic football, hurling, camogie and ladies' Gaelic football teams which compete every three years at the GAA World Gaelic Games.

The first evidence of Gaelic games in Europe dates back to a hurling match in 1774 in Belgium,[1] various games were played across the continent after that with their frequency increasing in the late 20th century.

While sporadic attempts were made to form clubs and organise competitions, the first four clubs were organised into a ‘County’ Board at a meeting in 1999 organised by Joe McDonagh, the then President of the GAA. Since then, rapid growth has resulted in over 100 clubs spread across 24 countries, catering for over 5,000 players who play camogie, hurling, men's & ladies football and handball competitions from Oulu near the Arctic Circle in Finland to Gibraltar beside the Mediterranean and from the tiny Channel Islands to capital cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Paris, Prague, Rome, Madrid, Moscow, Stockholm, Vienna and Warsaw.

The European County Board (ECB) changed its name to Gaelic Games Europe at the Annual Convention in Leuven (Belgium) in November 2016.

Two members of European clubs have been recognised for their long service and dedication to developing gaelic games. Mary Gavin, who founded Den Haag GAA club in 1979 and was instrumental in the establishment of the European Board in 1999, received a GAA Presidents Award in 2013.[2] The Camogie Association also named their World Gaelic Games trophy in her honour in 2019.[3] Tony Bass, a GAA administrator and referee, was secretary of Cuala GAA club and served on various Dublin GAA county and Leinster Council committees before moving to the Netherlands and establishing the Maastricht Gaels club in 2004[4][5] was recognised with a GAA President's Award in 2021.[6][7][8] A long time stalwart[tone] and passionate advocate for Europe,[promotion?][9][10][11][12] Bass has been GGE chairperson, secretary, development officer and represented Europe on the GAA Central Council and at multiple GAA, LGFA and Camogie congresses.[13][14][15]

Structures

Gaelic Games Europe governance structures promote inclusion, democracy and a volunteer culture.[citation needed] Every member is equal and every registered club can influence policies.[citation needed] Any member can submit a motion to their club's annual general meeting suggesting new policies, amendments to an existing policy or propose changes to the playing rules. If approved, the motion is discussed at the Gaelic Games Europe Annual Convention.[citation needed]

Eileen Jennings (Chp) & Tony Bass (Sec) at 2007 European GAA Convention in Budapest
Eileen Jennings (Chp) & Tony Bass (Sec) at 2007 European GAA Convention in Budapest

Annual convention

Every club can send between two and four delegates to the Annual Convention which is the main decision making body for Gaelic games in Europe. Five official regions are also entitled to appoint one delegate each. Delegates discuss issues, decide on motions and elect Officers to serve on the Management and European (County) Committees. Motions to change GAA playing (or other governance) rules, if approved, are then submitted to the Annual Congress of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the Ladies' Gaelic Football Association or the Camogie Association which take place every year in Ireland.

European ('county') Committee (EC)

Meets at least four times per year in person and/or by video conference. The EC has responsibility for decision-making, approving regulations and overseeing policy implementation between Annual Conventions. All sub-committees and work groups report to the EC. There are 26 members, 21 are GGE officers (17 elected at Annual Convention; 4 appointed by EC) who have responsibility for specific areas of work and 5 others who represent the clubs in their region.

Members Appointment method
Chair; Vice-Chair; Secretary; Treasurer; Public Relations Officer; Coaching Officer; Development Officer (7) Elected to Management Committee at Annual Convention
GAA Central Council Delegate; Asst.Secretary; Asst.Treasurer; Youth Officer, Language & Culture Officer and 'code' officers (mens football; ladies football; camogie; hurling & handball) (10) Elected at Annual Convention
Referee Administrator; Sponsorship Officer; IT Officer and Health & Well-being Officer (4) Appointed by European Committee at first meeting following Annual Convention
Regional Representatives (5) Elected by clubs in each region (Benelux; Central/East; Iberia; Nordics and North/West)

Regions

Clubs across Europe are assigned to a "region". Each region elects a "Regional Committee" which is responsible for organising competitions and developing Gaelic games in their area. The GGE Management (MC) or European (EC) Committees may delegate other tasks. Regions elect one EC representative each and are also represented on many sub-committees. Currently there are five Regions (Benelux, East and Central, Iberia, North West and Nordics), two of which are divided into "sub-regions":

Benelux Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany (western lander)
Central-East Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany (eastern & southern lander), Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland
Nordic Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Russia, Sweden
Iberia Andalucía Gibraltar, Andalusia
Galicia Galicia
Central Portugal, rest of Spain
North-West Bretagne Brittany
Federal Channel Islands, rest of France

Competitions

Competitions formats

In GAA terms 'Europe' comprises all of continental Europe (excluding Ireland & Great Britain) with great distances between each team, so Gaelic Games Europe has various competition formats.

Since 2006, men's and ladies football competitions have been played on a regional basis. Teams play in regional competitions and may also enter European Football Championships. Some regions also have their own competitions (e.g. Brittany, Galicia).

Many of the regional competitions use a system of 'rounds' (also called 'tournaments') spread over a number of months with 3-5 rounds being the norm in regional football championships. Each round is competed in a single day with teams playing a single round-robin group or multiple groups followed by knock-out style play-offs (e.g. quarter & semi-finals) and a final which determine the ranking of every team present on the day. Teams are awarded points (25 points for the winner, 20 points for the runner-up, etc.) which are added to those accrued in other rounds to determine the competition winners for that season.

All men's (11-a-side) and ladies (9-a-side) teams may enter the European Football Championships which is a one-day event, usually in October. Teams are seeded into different grades (Senior, Intermediate and Junior). Each team plays 3-4 group games before progressing to the play-off stages of a Championship, Shield & Plate competition depending on their results.

The 'Premier' championships are for 15-a-side teams in men's and ladies' football and are organised on a 'knock-out' basis - as is usual in GAA championships with 60 minute games - played over a number of weekends in Maastricht, where there is a full-GAA size astroturf pitch, or other regional venues. Winners then represent Europe in the All Ireland Club Championships.[16]

The European camogie and hurling championships are played by teams (9-a-side) from across Europe who compete together over five 'rounds' in various cities between May and October annually.

Other matches such as internationals (which have featured France, Italy, Germany, Galicia and Brittany) are also played, along with national 'Cup' competitions confined to teams in a single country e.g. Finland, Germany.

Every three years, a variety of camogie, hurling and ladies/men's football teams from Europe compete in the GAA World Games in both Irish-born and Non-Irish categories.

Gaelic football (men)

European Senior Football Championship (11-a-side)
Founded2001
Title holdersMadrid Harps (1st title)
First winnerParis Gaels
Most titlesDen Haag (4 titles)
GSC Luxembourg team v Amsterdam GAC, Berbourg, April 2011
GSC Luxembourg team v Amsterdam GAC, Berbourg, April 2011

Senior Championship

Year Winner Runner-up
2021 not played due to pandemic
2020
2019 Madrid Harps Cumann Warsaw
2018 Amsterdam GAC Cumann Warsaw
2017 Cumann Warsaw GSC Luxembourg
2016 GSC Luxembourg Jersey Irish
2015 Paris Gaels
2014 Belgium GAA
2013 Guernsey Gaels Belgium GAA "A"
2012 Belgium GAA
2011[17] Guernsey Gaels Den Haag
2010 Den Haag Paris Gaels
2009 Den Haag Paris Gaels
2008 Belgium GAA Paris Gaels
2007 GSC Luxembourg
2006 Den Haag
2005 Paris Gaels
2004 München Colmcilles
2003 Paris Gaels
2002 Den Haag
2001 Paris Gaels
European Intermediate Football Championship (formerly 'European Shield')
Founded2006
Title holdersFrankfurt Sarsfields (1st title)
First winnerMaastricht Gaels
Most titlesCopenhagen (3 titles)

Intermediate Championship (formerly 'European Shield')

Year Winner Runner-up
2021 not played due to pandemic
2020
2019 Frankfurt Sarsfields Vienna Gaels
2018 EGHB Liffré Frankfurt Sarsfields
2017 Earls Of Leuven Den Haag
2016 EGHB Liffré Eindhoven/Maastricht/Hague (combined team)
2015 Vienna Gaels
2014 Amsterdam GAC
2013 Vienna Gaels Amsterdam "B"
2012 Malmö
2011 Amsterdam GAC Copenhagen
2010 Copenhagen Frankfurt Sarsfields
2009 Copenhagen Frankfurt Sarsfields
2008 Copenhagen
2007 Ar Gwazi Gouez (Rennes)
2006 Maastricht Gaels Amsterdam GAC
European Junior Football Championship
Founded2012
Title holdersCopenhagen GAA (1st title)
First winnerFrankfurt Sarsfields GAA
Most titlesAugsburg, Clermont, Frankfurt, Lorient, Munich, Rennes, Slovaks, Copenhagen (1 titles)

Junior "A" Championship

Year Winner Runner-up
2021 not played due to pandemic
2020
2019 Copenhagen GAA Malmö GAA
2018 München Colmcilles Lorient
2017 Lorient GAC München Colmcilles
2016 Clermont GFC
2015 Rómhánaigh Augsburg Óg
2014 Ar Gwazi Gouez (Rennes)
2013 Slovak Shamrocks Belgium "B" (*disqualified)

European Premier Football Championship (15-a-side)

European Premier (15s) Football Championship
Founded2013
TrophyCroke Park Hotel Cup
Title holdersAmsterdam (5th title)
First winnerGuernsey
Most titlesAmsterdam (5 titles)
Year Winner Runner-up
2021 Amsterdam GAC Madrid Harps
2020 not played due to pandemic
2019[18] Berlin GAA Belgium GAA
2018 Amsterdam GAC Eindhoven Shamrocks
2017 GSC Luxembourg Amsterdam GAC
2016 Amsterdam GAC
2015 Amsterdam GAC
2014 Amsterdam GAC
2013 Guernsey Gaels Zürich Inneoin

Ladies' Football

European Ladies Gaelic Football Championship
Founded2001
Title holdersBelgium GAA (11th title)
First winnerBelgium GAA
Most titlesBelgium GAA (11 titles)

Past winners

European Ladies Senior Gaelic Football Championship
Year Winner Runner-up
2021 not played due to pandemic
2020
2019 Belgium GAA Cumann Warsaw
2018 Cumann Warsaw Belgium GAA
2017 Belgium GAA A Coruna
2016 Belgium GAA Holland Ladies
2015 Belgium GAA
2014 Belgium GAA
2013 Belgium GAA Holland Ladies
2012 Belgium GAA
2011 Belgium GAA Munich
2010 Belgium GAA
2009 Belgium GAA Paris Gaels
2008 Belgium GAA
2007 Paris Gaels
2006 GSC Luxembourg
2005 Holland Ladies
2004 GSC Luxembourg
2003 GSC Luxembourg
2002 GSC Luxembourg
2001 Belgium GAA
European Premier ladies Football Championship (15-a-side)
European Premier (15s) Ladies Football Championship
Founded2014
Title holdersBelgium/Holland (2nd title)
First winnerBelgium
Most titlesBelgium, Belgium/Munich, Belgium/Holland (2 titles)
Year Winner Runner-up
2021 not played due to pandemic
2020
2019 Belgium GAA/Holland Ladies
2018 Belgium GAA/Holland Ladies
2017 Belgium GAA / Munich Collmcilles (combined team) Holland Ladies
2016 Belgium GAA / Munich Collmcilles (combined team) Holland Ladies / Luxembourg (combined team)
2015 Belgium GAA Holland Ladies
2014 Belgium GAA Holland Ladies

Hurling

European Hurling Championship
Founded2002
Title holdersBelgium (8th title)
First winnerDen Haag
Most titlesBelgium (8 titles)

Past winners

European Hurling Championship
Year Winner Runner-up Shield Plate
2021 not played due to pandemic
2020
2019 Belgium GAA GSC Luxembourg Hamburg GAA Darmstadt GAA
2018 Belgium GAA Dresden GAA Club Darmstadt GAA
2017 GSC Luxembourg Belgium GAA
2016 Belgium GAA GSC Luxembourg
2015 Belgium GAA Viking Gaels
2014 Belgium GAA Den Haag
2013 Belgium GAA Den Haag
2012 Den Haag
2011 Zürich Inneoin Den Haag
2010 Belgium GAA GSC Luxembourg
2009 Belgium GAA GSC Luxembourg
2008 GSC Luxembourg Belgium GAA
2007 Den Haag GSC Luxembourg
2006 Zürich Inneoin Belgium GAA
2005 Zürich Inneoin Munich Colmcilles
2004 Zürich Inneoin Munich Colmcilles
2003 Den Haag Zürich Inneoin
2002 Den Haag Zürich Inneoin

Camogie

European camogie Championship
Founded2008
Title holdersBelgium (9th title)
First winnerLuxembourg
Most titlesBelgium (9 titles)

Past winners

European Camogie Championship
Year Winner Runner-up
2021 not played due to pandemic
2020
2019 Belgium GAA Hamburg GAA
2018 Belgium GAA
2017 Belgium GAA GSC Luxembourg
2016 Belgium GAA GSC Luxembourg
2015 Belgium GAA
2014 Belgium GAA
2013 Belgium GAA Paris Gaels
2012 Paris Gaels Belgium GAA
2011 Belgium GAA Zurich Inneoin
2010 Belgium GAA GSC Luxembourg
2009 GSC Luxembourg
2008 GSC Luxembourg

Affiliated clubs

These are the 102 affiliated clubs (February 2022.[19]) located across 24 countries and organised into five "regions" (Benelux, Central-East, Iberia, Nordics and North-West) for competition purposes. Various "sub-regions" such as Brittany (France), Galicia and Andalucia (Spain) have their own competitions as well as playing in regional championships.

GAA Clubs in Europe
Club Colours City Country Region
Vienna Gaels    Vienna  Austria Central-East
Salzburg GAA    Salzburg  Austria Central-East
Belgium GAA[20]    Brussels  Belgium Benelux
EC Brussels Youth Brussels  Belgium Benelux
Earls of Leuven    Leuven  Belgium Benelux
Croatian Celts    Zagreb  Croatia Central-East
Prague Hibernians GFC    Prague  Czech Republic Central-East
Copenhagen GAA    Copenhagen
Flag of Denmark.svg
Denmark
Nordic
Odense GAA Odense
Flag of Denmark.svg
Denmark
Nordic
Tailinn Tailinn Estonia Nordic
Helsinki Harps GAA    Helsinki  Finland Nordic
Oulu Irish Elks GAA    Oulu  Finland Nordic
Anjou Gaels Angers  France North-West
Azur Gaels    Antibes  France North-West
Gaelic Football Club d'Arthon Arthon  France North-West
Burdigaela Gaelic Football    Bordeaux  France North-West
Gaelic Football Bro Leon     Brest  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Clermont GFC    Clermont-Ferrand  France North-West
Celtic Fougeres GAA Fougeres  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Gwenrann Football Gaélique    Guérande  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Kerne Football Gaélique    Quimper  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Gaelic Football Bro-Dreger     Lannion  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
EGHB Liffré     Liffré  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
Northwest
Lille GAA    Lille  France Northwest
Lorient GAC    Lorient  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Lugdunum CLG    Lyon  France North-West
Football Gaélique Mondeville Mondeville  France North-West
Nantes Football Gaélique    Nantes  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Niort Gaels    Niort  France North-West
Paris Gaels    Paris  France North-West
Provence GF     La Fare-les-Oliviers  France North-West
Ar Gwazi Gouez    Rennes  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
GF Bro Sant-Brieg    Saint-Brieuc  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Goélands Gaëlics St. Coulomb St. Coulomb  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Strasbourg Strasbourg  France North-West
Tolosa Gaels    Toulouse  France North-West
Gwened Vannes    Vannes  France /
Flag of Brittany.svg
Bretagne
North-West
Rómhánaigh Augsburg Óg    Augsburg  Germany Central-East
Berlin GAA     Berlin  Germany Central-East
Cologne Celtics    Cologne  Germany Benelux
Darmstadt GAA    Darmstadt  Germany Benelux
Dresden GAA Club    Dresden  Germany Central-East
Düsseldorf GFC    Düsseldorf  Germany Benelux
Frankfurt Sarsfields GAA    Frankfurt  Germany Benelux
Hamburg GAA    Hamburg  Germany Benelux
München Colmcilles    München  Germany Central-East
Setanta Berlin GAA    Berlin  Germany Central-East
Stuttgart GAA    Stuttgart  Germany Central-East
Gibraltar Gaels    Gibraltar
Flag of Gibraltar.svg
Gibraltar
Iberia
Guernsey Gaels     Saint Peter Port
Flag of Guernsey.svg
Guernsey
North-West
Jersey Irish Saint Helier
Flag of Jersey.svg
Jersey
North-West
Budapest Gaels    Budapest  Hungary Central-East
Sant'Ambrogio Milano GAA    Milan  Italy Central-East
Padova Gaelic Football    Padova  Italy Central-East
S.S. Lazio Calcio Gaelico    Rome  Italy Central-East
Ascaro Rovigo Gaelic Football    Rovigo  Italy Central-East
Gaelic Sports Club Luxembourg    Luxembourg  Luxembourg Benelux
Amsterdam GAC     Amsterdam  Netherlands Benelux
Eindhoven Shamrocks GFC    Eindhoven  Netherlands Benelux
Groningen Gaels    Groningen  Netherlands Benelux
C.L.G. Den Haag    The Hague  Netherlands Benelux
Maastricht Gaels    Maastricht  Netherlands Benelux
Nijmegan GAA Nijmegan  Netherlands Benelux
Oslo GAA    Oslo  Norway Nordic
Cumann Warsaw    Warsaw  Poland Central-East
LX Celtiberos GAA Club Lisbon Portugal Iberia
Simbirisk Celts Ulyanovsk  Russia Central-East
Seamus Heaneys GAC Moscow  Russia Central-East
Moscow Shamrocks    Moscow  Russia Central-East
A Coruña Fillos de Breogán    A Coruña  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Ártabros de Oleiros    Oleiros  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Barcelona Gaels    Barcelona  Spain (
Flag of Catalonia.svg
Catalonia)
Iberia
Gaelicos do Gran Sol Barcelona  Spain (
Flag of Catalonia.svg
Catalonia)
Iberia
Bilbao GAA Bilbao Spain Iberia
Bráithreachas     A Estrada  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Irmandinhos     A Estrada  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Turonia Gondomar Fútbol Gaélico Gondomar  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Dorna GAA Illa de Arousa  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Herdeiros de Dhais Lalin  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Madrid Harps    Madrid  Spain (
Flag of the Community of Madrid.svg
Madrid)
Iberia
Madrid Youths (only youths)    Madrid  Spain (
Flag of the Community of Madrid.svg
Madrid)
Iberia
Malaga Malaga  Spain (
Flag of Andalusia.svg
Andalusia)
Iberia
Costa Gaels     Marbella  Spain (
Flag of Andalusia.svg
Andalusia)
Iberia
Mecos Fútbol Gaélico    O Grove  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Auriense Gaelic Football Ourense  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Estrela Vermelha    Santiago de Compostela  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Éire Óg Sevilla    Sevilla  Spain (
Flag of Andalusia.svg
Andalusia)
Iberia
Sitges Eagles Sitges  Spain (
Flag of Catalonia.svg
Catalonia)
Iberia
Celtic Tres Cantos Tres Cantos (Madrid)  Spain (
Flag of the Community of Madrid.svg
Madrid)
Iberia
Orihuela Costa (OC) Gaels Torrevieja Spain Iberia
Sant Vicent GAA    Valencia  Spain (
Flag of the Land of Valencia (official).svg
Valencia)
Iberia
Zaragoza GAA Zaragoza Spain Iberia
Keltoi Vigo Vigo  Spain (
Flag of Galicia.svg
Galicia)
Iberia
Slovak Shamrocks    Bratislava  Slovakia Central-East
Gavle GAA Gavle  Sweden Nordic
Gothenburg GAA    Gothenburg  Sweden Nordic
Luleå Gaels Luleå  Sweden Nordic
Malmö GAA    Malmö  Sweden Nordic
Stockholm Gaels    Stockholm  Sweden Nordic
Basel Basel   Switzerland Central-East
Geneva Gaels     Geneva   Switzerland Central-East
Midland GAC Solothurn   Switzerland Central-East
Zürich Inneoin    Zürich   Switzerland Central-East

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