Mens Teams

Glasgow Gaels Men’s Gaelic football teams are always looking for new players, if you are a novice or a county player you will be very welcome to join the mens team for the 2018 season.

Senior Men’s Managers: Jimmy Treacy (Head), Damien McGovern (Assistant)

Junior Men’s Manager: Donald Jackman (Head), Declan Murtagh (Assistant)

The Gaels also hope to field a ‘Homegrown’ Team in 2018

Training: Please contact info@glaschugaels.com for details or message us on our Facebook page.

Latest Mens News

Junior Men Undefeated at ‘half time’ in the League

The Gaels Junior Men — defending League Champions — got their defence of their League title under way with 3 wins and a draw, under the watchful eye of their new manager Donnie Jackman and assistant Declan Murtagh. The Gaels opened their League campaign with a vital win in the Glasgow Derby against Harps, the…

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Gaels Seniors Face New Challenge in North of Britain League

Scotland’s Senior Gaelic Football Teams received confirmation that they would be allowed to enter the North of Britain League alongside four County Lancashire teams.  The Gaels Seniors along with Dunedin Connollys and Tír Conaill Harps will all compete in this newly formed North of Britain League, against some of Lancashire’s top Senior teams—including last year’s…

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Work on a new £3.8million community sports facility for Clydebank has officially started – with the state-of-the-art hub due to be up and running later this year.
Clydebank Community Sports Hub (CCSH) is being built on the site of old playing fields at Dean Street in Whitecrook and will result in the delivery of a world-class sporting facility for rugby, Gaelic football and a range of other sports and activities

Work Begins at new £3.8m CCSH

Work begins at new £3.8million Clydebank Community Sports Hub –Official Press Release: West Dunbartonshire Council– Contact Stef Lach, West Dunbartonshire Council, on tel: 01389 737529 or email: stef.lach@west-dunbarton.gov.uk Work on a new £3.8million community sports facility for Clydebank has officially started – with the state-of-the-art hub due to be up and running later this year.…