Welcome to the GAA Youthzone!
From January - October 2014 the GAA is asking young people aged 12 - 19 for their opinion and views on the GAA.
The National Youth Committee wants to see what young people in Ireland think about Gaelic Games and the GAA including fixtures, participation, promotion and player development.
Throughout 2014 young people will be asked to give their opinions on questions like:
• What is good about being involved in the GAA and what works well?
• What is not good about being involved in the GAA and what does not work well?
• How can young people have their voice heard in the GAA?
• What can be done to involve more young people in the GAA?
We’ll be asking young people these questions and more at a number of face-to-face events and through some online surveys.
First up is the GAA stand at the BT Young Scientist Exhibition in the RDS from the 8th - 11th where visitors can have a go at scoring a virtual point in Croke Park through our new digital interactive game among other things!
Keep an eye on this section of site and look out for #GAAnextgeneration for more information!
Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls with an action-packed and fun-filled week of GAA activity.
Develop your skills with fun and enjoyable GAA Go Games
Official GAA site for boys & girls - interviews, articles, statistics, history, basic skills & activities
Info on promoting respect, discipline for players towards match officials and each other