⚽️ McGovern Park is the place to be for high stakes Gaelic Games action as London GAA take on Galway in the last eight of the Connacht Football Senior Championship. See below for the latest ticket information.
The spotlight is on Gaelic football this weekend as all roads lead to Ruislip for London GAA versus defending champions Galway in the Connacht Football Senior Championship quarter-finals.
The Connacht Football Senior Championship is an annual knockout competition featuring the senior county teams of Connacht GAA. All five counties take part – Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo – along with London and New York. The winners and runners-up progress directly to the All-Ireland Group Stage.
Galway are the current holders. They defeated Sligo in last year’s final, successfully defending the title they won in 2022 against Roscommon.
The winners of today’s quarter-final between London and Galway will meet the winners of Sligo and Leitrim in the last four. The semi-final is on Saturday 20 April.
Can London GAA take a famous win and progress to the semi-finals, or will Galway spoil the party? Head to McGovern Park this afternoon to find out at what is a great opportunity to watch top-level Gaelic football in the capital.
🏑 London GAA hurlers play in the Allianz Hurling League Division 2B and play Wicklow and Tyrone at McGovern Park this season. More details here.
TIMING, TICKETS & TRAVEL
🕒 Throw-in for London GAA v Galway is at 3pm.
🎟️ Tickets are expected to go on sale shortly. Visit the London GAA website ‘Events’ section, for the latest information.
Travel tips: Public transport is recommended as there are no parking facilities at McGovern Park on a matchday. 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.
ABOUT LONDON GAA
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.
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