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Dub Club Chronicles

We're very proud to present our new 10-part video series Dub Club Chronicles, a series which shines a spotlight on clubs right across Dublin. From some of the oldest clubs in the county to those with unbelievable and fascinating stories, you'll get to experience some of the highlights of what club level GAA looks like across Dublin.


Stars of Erin

Location: Glencullen, Stepaside

Formed: 1903

Area Population: 268 (2011 Census)

Colours: Green and Red


In the first volume of our Dub Club Chronicles we visited one of the oldest clubs in the country, Stars of Erin. This remote club in the Dublin mountains relies on the never-ending support and hard work of an extremely close-knit community. See how the tireless efforts of the club’s players, families and friends was finally rewarded after 93 years.


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Location: Dalkey

Formed: 1918 (formal formation)

Area Population: 8,051 (2011 Census)

Colours: Red and White


The second volume of our Dub Club Chronicles has us visting one of the Dublin's largest clubs, Cuala. Having come through a significant dry spell in terms of bringing in younger players, Cuala now boasts a large and diverse membership, proud of their succesful past. Watch how the club has lifted the local community as they prepare their hurlers for the Clubs All Ireland Championship final.

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Location: Castleknock

Formed: 1998

Area Population: 21,457

Colours: Blue and Yellow


In the third episode of our Dublin Club Chronicles series we visited Castleknock Hurling & Football Club. Not even 20 years old, this club reached a milestone Dublin Senior Football Championship final for the first time ever in 2016, backed all the way by their growing community. 

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ADDRESS31A Seville Place,
Dublin 1
ADDRESS31A Seville Place,
Dublin 1

Location: Inner City Dublin ( East Wall & Fairview)

Formed: 1990

Area Population: 5,147 (2011 Census)

Colours: Purple, Maroon, Gold


In the fourth episode of our Dublin Club Chronicles series we visited St. Joseph’s O’Connell Boys GAA. The only GAA club in inner city Dublin. Formed with the amalgamation of St Joseph’s and O’Connell Boys Gaelic Football clubs after both clubs had suffered heavy declines in membership numbers. However, with increasing member numbers, St. Joseph’s O’Connell Boys GAA is looking towards a promising future.

Purple, Maroon, Gold

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