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We’re the Maastricht Gaels!

Welcome to all the new students!

With the start of the new academic year, the club welcomes all the new students of the university to the city! Training resumes from the first week of September to it’s previous training schedule. We hope to see you out on the pitch!

Training on wednesdays and saturdays

We host training sessions on Wednesday evenings at 18:00 and Saturday afternoons at 15:00!

UM SPORTS Membership still required

The UM SPORTS membership is still required for players who train with us. More information can be found here.

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For regular updates regarding training sessions, tournament information, and more social happenings, join our 2022/23 WhatsApp group chat via this link!

The Student Sports Association for all things Gaelic

European in spirit, Irish at heart

Gaelic Football

Athletic. Fast paced. Thrilling. If you ever wondered what the sporting intersection of soccer and rugby looked like, then head on down to our training sessions to find out!

Hurling & Camogie

The fastest sport on grass – in the world

We are proud to be the only European GAA club to host a full size hurling pitch! So what are you waiting for?

Social Media

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About The Club

While we’ve only recently become a UM SPORTS organisation, the history of the club stretches far beyond that.

Our First Tournament!

Our First Tournament!

By September 19, 2021 0
The Maastricht Gaels headed to Den Haag for a short friendly Gaelic Football tournament that featured Belgium, Dusseldorf, Den Haag,

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What members say about us

Still not convinced? Here’s what our long serving Gaels have to say about the club

My Irish friend brought me along for training one day, and I haven’t stopped coming since! Have had a lot of fun travelling around Europe for tournaments!”
I joined in the second year during COVID, and had a grand time at the training sessions meeting people and more.”
Had never played the sport before and came for a few trainings and found Gaelic Football to be a lot of fun! Became especially fond of hurling too, once I managed to puck around with the sliotar.”