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London GAA v Tyrone

🏑 McGovern Park is the place to be for London GAA hurling action as the hosts entertain Tyrone in the Allianz League.  See below for the latest ticket information.

London GAA go in search of back-to-back home wins today when they face-off against Tyrone in the 2024 Allianz Hurling League Division 2B season.

Jack Goulding was the star for London GAA in their win over Wicklow at McGovern Park on 11 February.  Goulding landed a hat-trick in a 3-30 (39), 1-20 (23) victory.  It was an impressive performance from the Londoners against a Wicklow side who finished second in the table last season.  But can they back it up against Tyrone this afternoon?

Hurling is renowned for its fast pace and skilful nature.  The sport is over 3,000 years old and regarded by many as the world’s fastest field game.  It combines skills from lacrosse, field hockey and baseball to make for a compelling spectacle.

Roscommon, Wicklow, Derry, Tyrone and Donegal join London GAA in Division 2B.  Today’s game is final home match of the Div 2B season for the Londoners.  See below for the full 2024 fixture list.

Can London GAA land a win against Tyrone, or will the visitors head home with the spoils?  All roads lead to McGovern Park this afternoon to find out at what is a great opportunity to watch top-level hurling in the capital!


🎟️ Tickets are on sale via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.  Adults €10/Concessions €8/U16s are free. 

🏑 Throw-in for London v Tyrone is at 1pm.

🚊🚗 Travel tips: Public transport is recommended as there are no parking facilities at McGovern Park for National League games.  The nearest station is South Ruislip on the overground.  It’s approximately 10 minutes walk from the ground.  The station is on the Chiltern Railways line with a direct connection to London Marylebone.  Use the Transport for London website to plan your journey.


The club has a rich history in London celebrating 125 years of existence in October 2021.  The longest serving county outside of Ireland, and affiliated just 12 years after the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) itself came into existence, the celebrations marked the contribution that Irish people have made in the capital and the competitiveness and quality of London GAA matches. 

London GAA is the governing body responsible for promoting the sports of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) in the City and County of London.  The two most popular sports are Gaelic football and hurling.  London GAA is based at McGovern Park in Ruislip.  To find out more visit the London GAA website.

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