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.
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
This Memorial weekend the West Coast 7’s took place at the Olympic Training Facility in Chula Vista, just south of San Diego, California. The 7’s tournament featured Gaelic Football, Hurling, Ladies Football and Camogie with G.A.A clubs travelling from all...read more
USGAA is pleased to announce a partnership with Guinness beginning in 2018. It is the start of an association that both USGAA and Guinness feel fits well into the mission and goals of each organization. Founded in 1759, the Guinness is a brand synonymous with...read more