GAA Games For ALL


GAA Games for All

GAA Games for All is a family of initiatives in the GAA encompassing Wheelchair hurling and Camogie, Football for all, Fun and Run, Inclusive All Stars clubs programs, Cúl Eile Camps and intercultural activities.

Wheelchair Hurling and Camogie is an inclusive activity involving a team 6 a side which is suitable for all ages, genders, and abilities. The game encompasses a range of fundamental skills that exist in Gaelic Hurling and Camogie. The rules have been modified to adapt these skills to suit the individuals involved and their capabilities. It aims to enable individuals to grow and maintain optimum participation across the full diversity of Irish community life.


Rules of Wheelchiar Hurling 


GAA Football for ALL Interprovincial Finals are held in September, delivered in partnership with Irish Special Schools Sports Council. The ISSSC is a voluntary organisation that provides sporting and cultural activities in special schools, as designated by the Department of Education and Science. Children with mild-general learning disabilities compete in this 9-a-side Gaelic Football tournament. The players represent the regions of Connacht, Dublin, Munster, North Leinster, South Leinster and Ulster and are drawn from 15 different special schools. 


Football For ALL


“Inclusion is about making a difference. Inclusivity is a movement, a move to include. Being truly inclusive is living our GAA motto, ‘Where we all Belong’. “This work takes many forms. It ranges from ensuring that our policies and practices support the cultural integration and social inclusion of people from across Ireland’s diverse ethnic population, to making sure that all Gaelic games are adapted for people with different abilities.” 


 All Stars Inclusive clubs


Camps 4 All/ Inclusive Cúl Camps

Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximizing enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games. Activities are player-centered with a Games Based approach with a strong emphasis being placed on personal development and well-being. Activities are also organised in an age-appropriate manner with a view optimizing learning enhancing friendships improving physical & psychological wellbeing promoting school and club links. Inclusive Camps – GAA & Sport Inclusion Development officers, Local Sport Partnerships, Teachers & Special Needs Assistants with July prevision support grant, Irish special schools, Teachers, SNA & Parents,

Please contact your County Games Manager for more information


GAA Games For ALL Coaching Videos


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