A social 9-a-side Gaelic Football tournament. Fun, friendly and suitable for all levels of experience. This is a great opportunity for beginners who are brand new to Gaelic Football.
The 2019/20 Social Gaelic Football season will commence on Wednesday, November 6th 2019 and will run for five consecutive Wednesdays up until December 4th. We will then have a break for Christmas and recommence the games on Wednesday, January 15th 2020. The post-Christmas games will run for four consecutive Wednesdays up until February 5th and the season will culminate with the Social Gaelic Football finals day will on Saturday, February 8th 2020.
We will host a beginners session in Ian Galloway Park, Curtis St, Northland, Wellington 6012 on Wednesday, October 30th from 6-8pm. Here we will provide some information on Gaelic Games as well as demonstrate some of the fundamental skills of the game.
Ian Galloway Park, Curtis St, Northland, Wellington 6012
Everyone is welcome! If you’ve never played the game before, this is a great time to start.
You can register here — enter as a team or as an individual.
Cost is $30 per season or if you’ve paid full annual club membership* this year ($130) then it’s all included.
*Annual club membership covers you for a whole bunch of activities and events throughout the year such as both pre-Christmas and post-Christmas Social Gaelic Football, beach tournaments, winter and summer training fees, entry to the Feis Sevens and New Zealand Championships and Wellington Irish Society membership. You also receive a discount card from our sponsors, D4 on Allen Street which entitles you to 15% off beverages and a $20 burger and beer deal.
The money collected will go towards the running costs of the tournament including pitch hire, footballs, bibs etc.
Payment is required upon registration — no pay no play.
Payment details can be found at the bottom of this page.
Submitting a team?
If submitting a team, please email email@example.com and provide names, email addresses, contact numbers of your team and state the name of the team captain.
Remember this is mixed socials Gaelic football so please have a good balance of male and female players — if you’re short players we will look to fill the gaps with other people who have signed up.