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  • Sun 21 Sep 2014
  • 3:30pmGAA Football All
    Ireland Senior Championship 2014
    Kerry vs. Donegal Páirc an Chrócaigh
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GAA Insurance and Injury Scheme

As well as the GAA Player Injury Scheme, the GAA operates a number of insurance schemes, which all clubs should be familiar with. It is critical that clubs have the correct insurance cover in place and that clubs take all the necessary steps to make the club a safe environment for everyone.

For general information on Public Liability, Employers Liability, The GAA Block Hirers Policy, Property Insurance, GAA Injury Scheme and Club Health and Safety Statements, click on the following link, GAA Insurance and Injury Schemes.

Click on the following link for a detailed document on the GAA Injury Scheme, effective October 1st 2010.

This PDF leaflet is for information purposes only. It does not form any contract and does not purport to deal with all aspects of the GAA Injury Scheme.

G.A.A. Injury Scheme Claim Forms

 - GAA Injury Scheme Claim Form: Island of Ireland - the most up to date GAA injury scheme claim form for club units on the island of Ireland as of January 2013.

 - GAA Injury Scheme Claim Form: England, Scotland, Wales - the most up to date GAA injury scheme claim form for club units in England, Scotland and Wales as of January 2013.

Further details of the Player Injury Scheme can be secured from:

Your County Secretary. Click here for county contact details.


Willis, Grand Mill Quay, Barrow Street Dublin 4. Fón 01 6396343


CLG, Cúrsaí Riosca agus Árachais, Páirc an Chrócaigh, Báile Átha Cliath 3
Fón 01 8363222

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