USGAA HEARTLAND DIVISION.
The Heartland Division of the USGAA includes clubs within the states of Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri and Wisconsin. Current active member clubs are the Fox River Hurling Club, Indianapolis GAA, Kansas City GAC, Hurling Club of Madison, Miltown Gaels, Milwaukee Hurling Club, Naperville Hurling Club, St. Louis GAC, Twin Cities GFC, and Robert Emmets Hurling.
The Heartland Division was established in 2016 to provide administrative support to our member clubs so it is easier and more affordable to start, run and grow clubs playing the games of Camogie, Hurling, Men’s Gaelic Football and Women’s Gaelic Football.
HEARTLAND DIVISION CLUBS.
The following clubs are part of the USGAA Heartland Division. For more information about any of the clubs, use the contact info provided below, or contact the Heartland Division Secretary via email – use the button at the bottom of the page.
A coed hurling club based out of Appleton, Wisconsin, drawing membership from the greater Fox River area from Oshkosh to Green Bay.
Kansas City GAC
Mens hurling and gaelic football club, Jr D national champions 2016.
Mens and women’s hurling and gaelic football club based in Indianapolis, IN with an active youth program.
Mens hurling and both mens and ladies gaelic football club based in Madison, WI.
One of the largest hurling clubs in America, MHC is a coed club with more than 350 adult and youth members.
Mens and ladies gaelic football and hurling club based in St. Louis, MI. The club runs a city league as well as travel teams.
Contact the Heartland Division Secretary using the form below.