Comhairle Uladh is the governing body for Gaelic Games in Ulster, supporting the nine GAA County Committees (Antrim, Armagh, Cavan, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Monaghan, and Tyrone) and 584 GAA clubs. Ulster GAA are also are linked with and support our colleagues in the Ulster Ladies Gaelic Football Council and Ulster Camogie Council. There are over 250,000 volunteers involved in GAA across Ulster promoting Gaelic Games, Irish Culture and Community Development.
The vision of Ulster GAA is, "To foster and grow the GAA across Ulster, strengthening its position as the Province’s leading amateur sporting, cultural; community; and volunteer-driven movement."
In this section we have included some useful infomation and downloadable forms on topics such as Club Development, Transfers, Club Insurance and the Official Guides.
Health & Wellness
The Ulster Council GAA assists it’s members in achieving a healthy lifestyle through this programme. Information is available on Nutrition, Exercise, Smoking and Drinking all of which if managed correctly can have a positive effect in avoiding diseases such as obesity, heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes.
Ulster GAA engages in a number of community outreach projects. An example are The Belfast Cuchullains; a post-primary school hurling team of 20 all of whom are under the age of 16, with the players from four schools in Belfast.