Established in 1947, we organize competitions and foster the growth of gaelic games in Toronto.
Our season generally starts at the end of May and runs through to September. The majority matches are held on Saturday and Sundays in Centennial Park in Etobicoke.
Gaelic games have been played in Toronto since the late 19th century, with records of competitions taking place on Toronto Island in its early years. Toronto GAA was formed in 1947 to establish a governing body to oversee annual league and championship competitions, and to grow the sport in the wider area.
If you are moving from Ireland to Canada, you will find a home away from home with the GAA in Toronto. With 11 clubs facilitating to all skill levels and all codes, you will easily make new friends, find help with accommodation and employment and settle into life in Toronto.
Toronto GAA is the largest Irish community organization in Toronto with hundreds of active members.
Sanctions & Transfers
If you are moving from another GAA club, whether in Ireland or elsewhere, you will need either a sanction or transfer to play with a club in Toronto. Please visit Canada GAA for more information on sanctions and transfers.
You may also require special insurance to play Gaelic games in Toronto if you are not covered by provincial health insurance. Please visit the GAA website for more information.
Irish organisations beyond Toronto GAA
There are also several other organizations in Toronto that help and cater to the Irish community.
Toronto GAA organizes matches & competitions typically from April to September throughout the year across all four codes. Check here for the upcoming fixtures.
After each game weekend, match results and league tables will be available here.
All GAA clubs in the city welcome new members each year, but if you are unsure which one to join, get in touch and we can point you in the right direction.