Gaelic Football

I can't wait to learn how to play Gaelic Football during my stay in Ireland with People to People.

Dublin and Kerry matches have seen some of the greatest contests in GAA in Croke Park.

A modern game of Gaelic Football or Caid, it was played in one for or another from ancient times through to the century.

Gaelic Football /Caid...

Cultural Alternatives to Getting Drunk on St. Patrick’s Day

Well this doesn't look like the football I know how to play. My version of football includes the ball actually being on the ground. And we call it soccer in America. All the same, I'm excited to learn how to play football the Gaelic way.

Kerry v Tipperary - Electric Ireland Munster GAA Football Minor Championship Final

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Kerry Footballer Colm "Gooch" Cooper

Gooch out for key league clashes

Programme for the 1962 All Ireland Football Final

Programme for the 1962 All Ireland Football Final

Kerry v Tipperary - Electric Ireland Munster GAA Football Minor Championship Final

Sportsfile - Kerry v Tipperary - Electric Ireland Munster GAA Football Minor Championship Final - 768296

Darran is a player who’s game is built on pace, power and the ability to take heavy knocks, something that Gaelic Football requires in abundance.  With the demands placed on the modern GAA player, these are key attributes needed for a professional sports person.“I've found them massively beneficial in helping me prepare & recover for training and matches. It's great knowing the background of the company as well as it’s Irish owned”  Darran O Sullivan and Kinetica

Darren o sullivan is a fast smart and skillful football player ! he plays for kerry ! he plays in corner or half forward ussualy! i love darren o Sullivan

Cork's Aidan Walsh and Kerry's Peter Crowley and Seamus Scanlon

The best pictures from a hectic weekend of GAA action

George Hannigan (Tipperary) and Anthony Maher (Kerry) in action in the 2013 McGrath Cup Final

George Hannigan (Tipperary) and Anthony Maher (Kerry) in action in the 2013 McGrath Cup Final

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