GAA clubs urged to upload crests for inclusion on GAA Museum Club Wall
GAA clubs are being urged to upload their crests to the club page on the Foireann database so they can be included on the recreated Club Wall in front of the GAA Museum at Croke Park.
The crest image and the name of your club in both English and Irish must be uploaded to the Foireann database by Friday, September 29 if it is to be included on the Club Wall.
Full details and instructions on how you can edit these details, including updating Club crests, can be found in the Organisation Details section of the Foireann Help Centre. Upload the file you think is sufficient quality, according to the guidance on the Help Centre.
The File type must be a JPEG or PNG file and the format required is 800px by 800px.
If your crest is not uploaded by the extended closing date, your club’s name will be featured however there will be a generic crest used on the display wall.
Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Larry McCarthy said: "The original club wall was installed in 2009 as part of the GAA's 125 celebrations and was warmly received.
"No visit to the GAA museum is complete without looking up our own club crest and it represents an important link between Croke Park and every unit, no matter where they are active around the globe.
"I strongly encourage all club units across the Gaelic games family to engage with the Museum on this project and help us to capture the true breadth of activity by ensuring your club and members are represented on the new club wall."
The new Club Wall at the GAA Museum in Croke Park will be unveiled later in the year.