The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was able to distribute a record amount of income to counties and clubs in 2017 after revenue rose to €65.6m ($81.7m), while the organisation has moved to address concerns over its playing surfaces by acquiring a farm to grow its own pitches.
Sponsorship Works 2016 | Sponsorship Case Study | Electric Ireland and the GAA All-Ireland Minor Championships
Irish energy supplier Electric Ireland aims to differentiate the brand in a crowded Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) sponsorship field by making a difference to the lives of the players and followers of GAA sports.
Many stadiums can lay claim to have a special place in the heart of a community, but few are as inextricably linked with the history, culture and identity of an entire nation as Dublin’s Croke Park.
The Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) has rejected Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) team Limerick’s appeal against a Hawk-Eye error that potentially cost them a game last week through disallowed points.
The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) has suspended goal-line technology Hawk-Eye, following a wrong decision it made during a hurling game yesterday.