Join Crumlin GAA

If you or your children would like to get involved with Crumlin GAA, please contact our Games Promotion Officer Jason Perry at 085 838 3359. A full list of all our teams & coach contact details can also be found here.

Here at Crumlin GAA we pride ourselves as being a close family club that aims to promote Gaelic games in a fun and enjoyable way for all members of the club, whether they are children, parents, adult players, coaches or volunteers.

New members and volunteers are always welcome at any stage through the year, we have a range of hurling, football & camogie teams for young girls & boys right up to adult level.

Jason will be glad to have a chat with you, tell you what is involved and can then direct you to the right team mentor.

For those looking to get involved with our Crumlin Champs initiative please contact Laura by email at, more information on Crumlin Champs below.

We are fully compliant with all government & GAA regulations and take the health and welfare of all our members very seriously.

We are a community driven club. We organise many fun & rewarding fundraising activities throughout the year. Our team members also take part in fun activities off the field and also raise funds for charities through runs, coffee mornings or triathlons . It is with this community spirit that many parents of nursery & juvenile players and the players become friends.

The club also runs a weekly lotto, monthly draws, summer camps, Operation Transformation walks, an annual Dublin wide hurling competition for U15 boys and much more!

Please have a look through our photo gallery to get a flavour of what our club is all about. You can also follow us on all main social media channels.

Your Community. Your Club. Your Crumlin.

Nursery Training – 4 to 7 year old boys & girls

Our nursery training focuses on the children learning Gaelic games and life skills in a fun and enjoyable way. We are sure that the children will have plenty of giggles & laughs along the way whilst making life long friends too!

All equipment is provided and is on a pay as you go basis. You can drop up with your child to any training session to see how it all works, no booking necessary. You can even have a chat with any of the coaches on the day if you have any queries or concerns.

Nursery training takes place twice a week in Pearse Park, Crumlin. See map below for how to find us. Sessions are one hour long and are on Tuesdays at 5:30pm & Saturdays at 10am.

Juvenile Teams

Juvenile teams are from Under 8 years to Under 16 years old.

Our juvenile teams membership fees are affordable and we operate an ‘everybody plays’ policy. All of our coaches have played the game from juvenile level so they understand what it is like for children starting out and ensure a fun & friendly atmosphere.

You can contact Jay Perry 085 838 3359 for more information or directly with a team mentor, details of the team mentors can be found here.

Adult Teams

We are always looking for new players for our ladies camogie & football teams and our mens hurling & football teams. You can contact Jay Perry on 085 838 3359 and he will have a chat with you to see which team you would be most comfortable training and playing with.

Details of the adult teams and team mentors can be found here.

Crumlin Champs

Crumlin Champs is a weekly inclusive training session for children with additional needs aged 4-12 years old. The sessions will be held on Friday evenings at our new Hurling Wall in Pearse Park. 

This has been a very successful programme for the club with very positive feedback received from parents & players.

There are limited places so please register your interest now.

Contact Laura Gannon by email to register at

Where do we train?

Teams split their training sessions between the pitches in Pearse Park and our newly built hurling wall beside our dressing rooms.

Pearse Park – Click the Google Address to open directions:

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