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Join The Gaels This Spring

By 23rd January 2017January 8th, 2020No Comments
Irish Tourist Activity

Ready for action – Hurling

Join the Gaels This Spring

By Brian G. O’Sullivan

Heading to Dublin this spring? Then why not delve into the Gaelic world via Experience Gaelic Games. We’d love to take you on a magical Gaelic journey!

There is no better time than the present to immerse yourself in an ancient sporting culture; that will leave you amazed by its fast-flowing games and unique historical background – which are wonderfully interwoven to bring you into the heart of Gaelic Games.

Ancient Tribe

Ever wonder what it would be like to live with an ancient tribe? Do the actions that make them warriors and how a deep spiritual ideology crafts together a inimitable sporting adventure.

Experience Gaelic Games will take you on a trilogy that includes Gaelic Handball, Gaelic Football and the oldest stick and ball game on the planet – Hurling. A full workout for all types of patrons. If your young fit and lively or relaxed and reserved, we can cater for all abilities and leisure speeds.

What is most important to us is that you get a full experience of ancient Irish culture.


Catch The Action

Having played with us why not catch a match while in Dublin. Dublin’s representative teams in Hurling and Gaelic Football have an action-packed League programme during the spring season. Two dates that stand out are February 11th when Dublin tackle All-Ireland Hurling champions, Tipperary; while title contenders Tyrone come south to take on reigning football champions Dublin in a mouth-watering double header.

The second date not to be sniffed at is March 4th when Mayo and Dublin meet in a repeat of the 2016 All-Ireland Football decider. A game which took two days to determine a winner. 2016 Hurling league winners, Waterford face Dublin in the Hurling showcase the same evening.

Grassroots Gaels

These are just a flavour of the action that the GAA world has to offer over the spring series. The Dublin Club scene kicks into action in March where the one-hundred odd metropolitan clubs strive for League and Championship honours at local level.

Here you will see Gaelic Games at grassroots level. The men and woman who make the association breathe. Every weekend over 1000 matches from under 10s to adult level take place in Dublin venues. It wouldn’t be at all surprising to see up to three matches played at Experience Gaelic Games HQ at Na Fianna – Glasnevin during a single session.

So, if you want to spring forth into the Gaelic world this year why not contact us at Experience Gaelic Games we will lead you on a magical Gaelic odyssey.



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