The GAA Museum celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2023. To mark this milestone, we are pleased to let you know that the much-loved Club Wall in front of the museum in the Cusack Stand will be recreated.
The updated wall will highlight the growth and strength of our sports in Ireland and overseas and will incorporate clubs from across the entire Gaelic games family.
The crests of all clubs in Gaelic games from Ireland and around the world will make up the new wall. It will be a testament to the role GAA Clubs play at the heart of their communities.
To be included on the GAA Club Wall, all club administrators are invited to upload your crest to your profile on the Foireann database.
To ensure your club is correctly represented, please be aware of the following:
- Crests must be uploaded by Friday 15th September. Unfortunately crests uploaded after this date cannot be included.
- Crests must be uploaded in the correct file format. The format required is 800px by 800px and should be high-resolution JPEG or PNG image. Please upload this type of file only.
- If your club does not have a crest a generic GAA Club version may be used to represent your club.
Uachtarán of the Camogie Association Hilda Breslin said:
“The GAA Museum Club Wall is a unique feature of the GAA Museum and is a reminder of all the remarkable work undertaken in promoting GAA, Camogie, and Hurling both nationally and internationally in the last 139 years. The update of club crests displayed on the wall will be a commemorative occasion and comes in great timing with Camogie’s 120th anniversary next year.
There has been significant growth in our camogie club network across the country and internationally over the last number of years and I would encourage all clubs to ensure their crest is included in this special piece of history.”
The new Club Wall at the GAA Museum in Croke Park will be unveiled later in the year.