Gaelic Games form part of the flavour of Kilkenny, from UPMC Nowlan Park in Kilkenny city to each of the 41 clubs, to be found in every parish in the county, from Clooneen in the north to Glenmore in the south.
Kilkenny GAA Clubs include:
Barrow Rangers, Bennettsbridge, Blacks And Whites, Carrickshock, Carrigeen, Clara, Cloneen, Conahy Shamrocks, Danesfort, Dicksboro, Dunnamaggin, Emeralds, Erin's Own, Fenians, Galmoy, Glenmore, Graignamanagh, Graigue Ballycallan, James Stephens, John Lockes, Kilkenny, Kilmacow, Kilmoganny, Lisdowney, Mooncoin, Muckalee, Mullinavat, O'loughlin Gaels, Piltown, Railyard, Rower Inistioge, Shamrocks Ballyhale, Slieverue, St. Lachtain's, St. Martin's, St. Patricks, Thomastown, Threecastles, Tullaroan, Tullogher Rosbercon, Windgap and Young Irelands.
Kilkenny GAA promotes all our Gaelic Games
The Kilkenny Senior Hurling team has, since the turn of the Millennium, been the most successful hurling team ever. This success has been founded upon our club games which are run throughout the spring, summer and autumn culminating in our local championship finals in UPMC Nowlan Park.
In recent years the Kilkenny Senior Camogie team has been one of the most successful teams in the country, with their success again based on the thriving camogie club competitions in Kilkenny.
While football is not as strong in Kilkenny as in some other counties, our footballers participate in national competitions at the appropriate level. Of recent years our underage club footballers have competed at national level while Kilkenny Ladies Football continues to develop.
Handball flourishes in Kilkenny with many National and international champions of renown representing Kilkenny. Handball Alleys are to be found throughout the the city and county and details of handball fixtures are to be found here.
Wherever you are in Kilkenny, City or County, you will find the true flavour of Kilkenny at our Gaelic Games.