Cumann Warszawa GAA
Cumann Warszawa is the first GAA club in Poland.
Poland's first Gaelic Football club was founded in 2009. Sitting around a small table in an Irish bar in Warsaw four friends, Janet Fleming, Eoin Vaughan, Eoin Sheedy and Colm Murphy took a simple idea and ran with it. Support from the expat community and a burgeoning student population at the local Veterinary University (SWWG) saw that the idea became a reality in the form of a Men's and Women's team under the name Cumann Warszawa.
The club's players come from far and wide - Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Poland, England and Israel to name a few. Professionals and students train and play together every week with their sights on achieving the highest level of Gaelic football that Europe has to offer.
Cumann Warszawa's teams take part in two or three tournaments a year in the Central and East European region and the trophies that they have brought back to Warsaw are displayed in the Embassy.
New members are always welcome to come along and experience some Irish sport and fun!