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Last Updated: 26/01/2022


The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association have partnered to provide a Covid-19 Club Education Programme to help those involved in Clubs return safely to Gaelic Games activities.  This programme aims to protect the health and welfare of all those involved in Gaelic Games and minimise the risk of transmission of Covid-19 in local communities.  It complements information, advice and support available to Clubs through County Committees and Provincial Councils. 

Latest Updates - Updated 26.01.22

Click on the button below to view the latest Covid-19 advice note issued to Club and Counties: 

GAA Covid Update - 26.01.22 

GAA Covid Update - 22.12.21

NHSC Guidelines for Return of Spectators - 02.06.21



Covid-19 Incident Report Form

All Clubs and Counties are encouraged to use our Covid-19 Incident Report Form to inform the Association of Covid incidents: 

Incident Report Form

Online Learning

Read more about the Covid-19 eLearning module and Club Briefing webinars at: 
Covid-19 Learning

Educational Resources

Check out the list of resources available for Clubs such as posters, signage, guidance documents at: 

Covid-19 Resources

Roles and Responsibilities

Check out the breakdown of specific roles and responsibilities for players, team personnel, parents/guardians, Covid Supervisors, and referees at: 

Covid-19 Roles


Check out guidance on frequently asked questions at: 

Covid-19 FAQs

Due to the rapidly changing nature of the public health advice, all resources will be labelled with the date of last update and amended as quickly as possible after the Gaelic Games organisations approve changes.