St Brendans GAA Club, residing in the heart of Dublin 7, is one of the oldest sporting organisations in the area, with nearly 150 active playing members and 300 non-playing members.
Based in the grounds of St. Brendans Hospital, Grangegorman, the club has an extensive playing area, with two existing full-sized playing pitches and dressing rooms.
Our aim is to be an established leader in organising, developing and promoting Gaelic Games in Dublin 7 and to be at the heart of the community, providing a positive, fun, challenging and inclusive experience for all our members – on and off the pitch.
At Adult level, the club fields two mens football teams, a mens hurling team and a ladies football team.
2010 marked the club’s 90th anniversary and plans are afoot to celebrate its 100th milestone in style.
2013 the year in pictures!
2013 has been a great year for the club, finishing with two league titles, the AFL8 footballers and the AHL6 hurlers, and the hurlers narrowly missing out on a Championship final. The AFL10 footballers and ladies AFL7 team also went extremely well this year. Damien Mullen has put some great effort into compiling the photo montages below into short videos to remind us of the year we’ve all enjoyed.
AFL7 Ladies Footballers
The Gathering 2013!
With thousands of events happening around the country this year to mark the Gathering, St. Brendans GAA Club decided to organise an event of their own to bring as many club members, past and present, together for a day’s entertainment. A report on the day can be found here, and there are also some pictures from the day in our Gallery
Recently added! Visit the Gallery to see more great pictures!
9th April 2013 Members of St. Brendans GAA club gather outside the grounds for a club photo.
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