University of Birmingham Sport

Men's Team 2016/17

Men's Team 2016/17

Women's Team 2016/17

Women's Team 2016/17

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football is the most popular sport played in Ireland. Thus there is a strong contingent of Irish and Irish heritage players who play the game with a passion which is passed down through the generations. It is also an excellent sport for new comers to play, as it encompasses a vast array of skills similar to Rugby and Football. If you want to join a sports team for a good time than Gaelic is your best bet as we party as hard as we play.

The club consists of a girls team and two boys teams, with something to offer both experts and novices. There is also a tour at the end of the year and championships in the second term. We annually play a compromised rule set against the University’s Aussie Rules sports club called International Rules, in which we are the reigning champions.

How to get involved

Taster session and/or trial information will be available soon. The membership fee is £60 which gets reduced to £40 in Term 2

3 skills this sport will give you:
Team player
Fitness
Competitive edge

Training times & venues

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays

Bournbrook 3g, Selly Park (subject to change and confirmation)

Club highlight

Winning the league and challenging for champs.

Level of competition/participation:
Mens: Division one and two (BUCS)
Women: Ladies league

Key contacts

Head coach: Feidhlim Macauley

Club captain: Niamh Bradley