Clubs participate in Divisional competitions to qualify for the National Finals in their respective sport and grade of competition. Presently, Gaelic Games are being organized and played in approximately 50 cities across the US. The USGAA also maintains a close relationship with GAA units in the neighboring regions of Canada, New York and the Caribbean.
Irish Hurling and Gaelic Football Matches, Exhibition, and Skills Test: Open to the Brave Saturday, July 21, 2018 from 11am to 4pm Sunday, July 22, 2018 from 11am to 3pm at the Arizona Highland Celtic Festival at Foxglenn Park 4200 E. Butler Ave.,...read more
Submitted by Terry Lynch, Administrator. The University of Wyoming’s Division of Kinesiology and Health is the latest educational program to embrace Gaelic football as a PE sport. Wyoming’s PE Teacher Training Program is certifying its candidates to teach...read more
Skyline High School and Eastlake High School in Seattle continue their Gaelic football excellence. Their inter-school challenge tournament, known as the Presidential Cup after the trophy presented to the schools by Irish President Michael D. Higgins in...read more