Neasden Gaels GFC is a progressive,professional, tight knit Senior football club who are always looking to give new players a warm welcome into the fold. If you are interested in coming to London and playing Senior footballer at the highest level in Britain then please contact current Chairman Danny O'Sullivan on 07961415995 at any time for further information or email at any time for further information.
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London IFC Champions - 25 Sept 2016
Neasden Gaels GFC have contested both the 2008, 2009 and won the 2010 London Senior Championship final and came close to becoming the first ever London club team to progress to an All Ireland Club Senior semi final in 2011 with a All Ireland Quarter final defeat against eventual 2011 All Ireland champions Crossmaglen Rangers. Neasden Gaels are in confident mood for Gaelic football honours in 2017 and we are aiming to win both the London Senior League and the London Championship in 2017, so join now to be part of the next Neasden Gaels GFC successes. Neasden Gaels GFC train at 7.45pm every week on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Jubilee Park between Feb to Oct.
If you're based in Central, North, or North-West London you'll want a Gaelic football club that is convenient for both playing and training purposes. Neasden Gaels GFC is convenient for all these locations as we train in the Kingsbury area of North West London, just a short journey from the city.
All are welcome, whether you are interested in playing or being involved in Gaelic Football in London in any way - then Neasden Gaels GFC is the place for you.
Neasden Gaels Gaelic Football team are based in Kingsbury,
North London. Neasden Gaels were founded into the junior ranks of
London GAA in February 1989 following a meeting between officials at
McDonagh’s Bar in Kingsbury, North West London. The founder members
were Michael Cleary (Manchester), Roger O’Connor (Sligo), Jim Devine
(Longford), Bobby Moynihan (Kerry), Claire Moynihan (London) and, of
course, Danny O’Sullivan who hails from Killorglin in Kerry and Michael
McDonagh, proprietor of McDonagh’s Bar and a native of Galway who was
also appointed as Neasden’s first team manager.
Neasden had grown into a senior side by winning the 1996 Intermediate
championship and amazingly winning the London senior championship in
1999 just 10 years after been founded. Neasden Gaels are now one of the
top Gaelic Football teams in Britain.