Asian County Board
Cumann Lúthchleas Gael
Bord na hÁise



Hong Kong GAA

Hong Kong, China
Founded 1995
Mens, Ladies & Juvenile Football
Club Colours: Red, Green, White
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HKGAA was founded in 1995 and many of its founding members are still living in Hong Kong today. Hong Kong is a transient city meaning the number of people wearing the HKGAA colours over the years is vast. We have former members and players scattered around the world but they are kept abreast of club activities via our social media platforms and our regular newsletters. The club is putting alot of time and resources into the development of its underage section to safeguard the future of GAA in the city. Many members are here over 10 years and have children who they are keen to have involved in GAA. HKGAA has recieved great support from the GAA in Ireland as we continue to grow year on year.

We are one of the most successful clubs in the region winning the Derek Brady Trophy on a record 7 occassions. In the past the club have participated in the Kilmacud 7's tournament and various regional tournaments in Asia with varying degrees of success. In 2005, the club hosted the Vodafone All Stars and in 2003 & 2010 hosted the Asian Gaelic Games which was a huge success. 2010 was also the first year that HKGAA entered a hurling team in the AGG and emerged victorious in the final. This was done with the assistance of some friends from Shanghai and Taiwan. The club has also had varying levels of success in the ladies section, last winning the A competition in 2004. Every year, the club sends 2 mens teams and 2 ladies teams to the Asian Gaelic Games.

We always welcome new members to the club and presently we have a diverse membership base which includes Aussies, Kiwis, Canadians and Germans amongst others. Feel free to visit our website and sign up for our newsletter - www.gaa.hk or look out for us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Alternatively, you can contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The future looks bright for HKGAA as the club continues its underage development, welcomes back many of its older members through the 'Masters' section and aims to sustain its performances on the field of play.