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Posted by Dónal on May 11th, 2017

Football Jersey Launch

Friday night last saw the launch of our mens and ladies football jerseys at the Black Stuff. The mens jerseys have been sponsored by Kingdom Carpentry and The Black stuff while the ladies are sponsored by Sunflower Montessori Creche.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of our sponsors for their continued generosity.

The framed jerseys were presented to Brendan O Sullivan of Kingdom Carpentry, Caolan O’Neill from the Black Stuff and from Sunflower Montessori, Samantha O Neill and Helen Clarke by club members Peter Sullivan, Damien Higgins, Amber Crean, Cathal McGrath and Brian Wall.









Posted by Dónal on October 5th, 2016

GSCL Mens Senior Football European Champions

After a long nine year wait, Luxembourg’s senior men’s Gaelic Football team were last Saturday crowned European men’s senior football champions in Maastricht.

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Having won the first round in Munich in July, the local side travelled to Maastricht as favourites to win the title.

The team started the day against a strong Amsterdam team and a very impressive first half performace was enough to see it through on a scoreline of 2-6 to 2-2.

Next up was Paris who started much the better in the first half but Luxembourg’s strong bench and experience was enough to pull ahead in the second half to win by 4-9 to 2-5.

The semi final against Belgium was a loaded game with high stakes as a win for Luxembourg would secure the european title on points.

It was a titanic battle and the Luxembourg team withstood a late onslaught by Belgium to win on a scoreline of 3-4 to 2-5.

In the final, they faced Jersey and Luxembourg’s large panel and fitness shone through to win by 2-8 to 1-3.

Among the notable performaces on the day were those from Steve Early dominating midfield and James Hassan and Rossa Kelleher showing their class in the forward line.

Luxembourg’s captain Brendan O Callaghan, who has tirelessly served the club over the years, ends his Luxembourg career on a high before his move stateside accepted the trophy on behalf of a delighted Luxembourg team.

Posted by Dónal on September 27th, 2016

Hurling & Camogie Tournament Den Haag


Well done to our Hurling and Camogie teams who traveled to Den Haag last weekend and put in a fine display.
Currently the Camogie team are sitting high in the league table and the hurlers are sitting now clear in second with still a fantastic chance to win the European championship.
So lots of positives for Alan and Rachael to take into the next round in Dresden on the 15th of October.


Posted by Dónal on September 19th, 2016

Camogie Jerseys Launch

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Luxembourg GAA club officially launched our new set of Camogie jerseys at Eirelux Food & Drink Supplies in Howald (

We are very grateful to Eirelux proprietor Vincent Clarke for his continued support of our club, he was presented with a framed jersey today by sponsorship officer Owen Fitzgerald and club PRO Brian Wall.

Posted by Dónal on September 12th, 2016

1st Round Pan European Championships – Munich


Well done to both our football teams who traveled to Munich last weekend to compete in the first round of the pan European football championships, our ladies team merged with Holland and put in a great display to finish in 4th place.The girls won both of their group games comfortably against Munich and Belgium B before losing out to an excellent Belgium A team in the semi.
This put our girls in a playoff against Berlin which they were very unlucky to lose by the narrowest of margins.
A fine display by all involved and lots of positives to take into the last round of the Pan European championships.
Special mention has to go to Emma Cuddy who put in a blinder of a display both in goals and outfield.


Our mens team went on to win the tournament. After coming through a difficult group of Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Frankfurt our lads faced Belgium in the semi where an excellent 2nd half display saw us through to a final against Augsberg which was won by a point in extra time.Well done to Axel Ntumba who picked up a well deserved player of the tournament award. Special mention also goes to James Hasson whos personal tally of 4-16 for the day also saw him as one of the standout performers. All roads now lead to Maastricht on the 24th of September where we look to seal the European championship for the first time since 2007.


Posted by Dónal on August 2nd, 2016

Club na nÓg Luxembourg


The Gaelic Sports Club Luxembourg are very pleased to announce that we will be setting up ‘Club na nÓg Luxembourg’ (Gaelic Games for Children) with the aim of bringing Gaelic Games to kids in Luxembourg again in a fun and friendly way.

Our first mission as Club na nÓg Lux will be to provide 10 weeks of fun training for 4-14 year olds for one hour on Sunday afternoons starting the week following the Luxembourg Hurling and Camogie Tournament.

Dates: April 24– July 3, 2016
Time: 14.00– 15.00
Location: Stade Michel Wagner, Weimerskirch (Directions)
The pitch can be reached by Bus Ligne 8 (Stop: St. Vith)
Age Group: 4-14 years old (split into age appropriate groupings)

Please let any parents who might be interested in having their children learn basic Gaelic Football and Hurling/Camogie skills know about this.

We would ask that parents remain at the pitch for the duration of the training session. There will be teas/coffees available for parents in the clubhouse while they wait for the children.

If you are interested in having your child or your children attend all or some of the sessions please register here​.

In addition, the training team would appreciate hearing from any parents who are willing to assist with helping out at each training session. Obviously the more volunteers the more enjoyable the training for the children. You can also register your willingness to give a hand at the same link as above or by emailing us.

It would be great if you can please dress the children in comfortable sports clothing and apply sun cream when required.

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions in the meantime. Email us at

Posted by Dónal on April 21st, 2016

Luxembourg Hurling Tournament Review

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3 is the Magic Number for Luxembourg’s Gaelic Sportsmen & Women


Photo: Steve Eastwood


Luxembourg’s gaelic sportsmen and women made a titanic effort when their club hosted a Hurling and Camogie tournament last weekend, with both the men and women’s teams finishing third.

The Gaelic sports club welcomed teams from across northern Europe when it hosted round 1 of the European Hurling and Camogie Championships at Jos Becker stadium on Saturday.

Luxembourg’s men started well with a comfortable win over Darmstadt (Luxembourg 8-18 to Darmstadt 0-00) but fell short against a stronger Belgium A team (Luxembourg 1-6 Belgium 3-15) , who ultimately won the tournament.

Luxembourg’s men put in a titanic effort in what was a gripping semi final against Amsterdam, but came up short (Luxembour 4-11 Amsterdam 6-8). They finally found a comfortable win in the third/fourth place playoff against Belgium B (Luxembourg 6-11 Belgium B 1-0), finishing the day on a high note.

Belgium A team came out overall winners in the Hurling, beating Amsterdam in the final (Belgium A 4-22 to Amsterdam 1-6).


Luxembourg finishes third for Camogie


Photo: Steve Eastwood


Luxembourg’s Camogie team, dubbed “The Luxembirds”, did extremely well considering the newness and lack of experience of the team.

After a loss against Holland (Luxembourg 0-1 Holland 5-6) and then Belgium A (Luxembourg 0-0 Belgium A 2-7), theys came together for an excellent display of team work in the final, the third/fourth place playoff against Belgium B (Luxembourg 2-2 Belgium B 5-1 ), which they won. Holland seized the title for Camogie.

Players of the tournament were awarded to Belgian players Maedhbh Bolger for Camogie, and Brendan O’Donoghue in Hurling.

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Posted by Dónal on April 18th, 2016

2016 Hurling and Camogie Championship – Round 1

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Posted by Dónal on March 17th, 2016

2016 Club Merchandise Available for Order Now

Please see below the all new customized designed leisurewear and training gear items for Luxembourg GAA available to order in time for Christmas 2015.

Any of the below items can be ordered in men’s, ladies and children’s sizes from ages 5‐6 upward.
If your preference is the traditional Luxembourg colours (red, white and sky), the standard leisure wear can still be ordered on a unit basis from Luxembourg section of the O’ Neill’s webstore.
Only one bulk order from this catalog will be made by the club and the deadline for ordering will be
October 26th.


To submit an order, please fill out the Order Form with your desired items and mail to


Please note if you make an order, your items will be made customized especially for the size you have
ordered and for this reason it will not be possible to amend or cancel an order after October 2016.



In addition to the individual prices below, we have three special bundle offers:

Offer 1 – Hoodie + Track Pants + Polo
Members €95.00 / Non-members €115.00

Offer 2: Training T Shirt + Training Top + Training Shorts
Members €75.00 / Non-members €95.00

Offer 3: Hoodie + Track Pants + Polo + Training T Shirt + Training Top + Training Shorts
Members €170.00 / Non-members €210.00


Men’s Hoodie

Members €40.00 / Non-members €50.00



Men’s Track Pants

Members €30.00 / Non-members €35.00



Men’s Polo

Members €30.00 / Non-members €35.00



Men’s Training T Shirt

Members €35.00 / Non-members €40.00



Men’s Training Top

Members €35.00 / Non-members €45.00



Men’s Training Shorts

Members €15.00 / Non-members €18.00



Men’s Gilet

Members €30.00 / Non-members €35.00



Ladies’ Hoodie

Members €40.00 / Non-members €50.00



Ladies’ Track Pants

Members €30.00 / Non-members €35.00



Ladies’ Polo

Members €30.00 / Non-members €35.00



Ladies Training T Shirt

Members €35.00 / Non-members €40.00



Ladies Training Top

Members €35.00 / Non-members €45.00



Ladies Training Shorts

Members €15.00 / Non-members €18.00



Ladies Gilet (please note will include Lux crest and sponsor)

Members €30.00 / Non-members €35.00



Gear Bag

Members €25.00 / Non-members €30.00




Members €20.00 / Non-members €38.00


Posted by Dónal on October 8th, 2015

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