Training Updates

Lisbon training every Tuesday April 2nd until May 28th, at 21h
Carcavelos training every Thursday April 4nd until May 30th at 19h
Kids Training

We will be starting training for kids in April. We will announce more details shortly. Again sign up below for news on those training session.

Tuesday Training in Lisbon - Estádio Universitário: 

Training on Tuesday nights will take place at Estádio Universitário - Campo de Futebol 6. Training is 9pm - 10.30pm. 

We will have mens and womens teams training on during that time.

Please arrive early to make sure we are warmed up and ready to go at 9pm.

If you are driving to training please us this map first:

Thursday Training in Carcavelos:

Training on Thusday's will be on in Carcavelos Beach near the Wind Surf Cafe. ( Training is from 7pm - 8pm.

Kids, men and women - all welcome to train.


Gaelic Games are growing in popularity throughout the world. Teams from over 18 European countries compete regularly in championships organised by Gaelic Games Europe. We would like to add some Portuguese teams to that list.

GAA Portugal was set up in mid 2017 and our aim is to have at least one team representing the country at competitions later this year. We are looking for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities for our Mens and Ladies teams.

No previous GAA knowledge or experience is required. So whether you want to get back in to training, connect with an international community, practice your english or learn a new sport, everybody is welcome.

Gaelic games are sports originating in Ireland with Hurling, Camogie and Men's and Ladies Football being the main codes. To learn more visit the GAA's Learning Center


Read a welcome message from Irish Ambassador to Portugal, Orla Tunney




Register your interest. We will connect you with people in your area, notify you when training begins or social events are planned.

If there are not enough people in your area to form a team you are welcome to join other teams when we travel to tournaments. Our aim is to have at least one Portuguese team competing next season.