For many, Hurling and Gaelic sports are a connection to their Irish heritage. Although many of our players are generations removed from Ireland, it still brings a culture that can be found worldwide. Irish emigration to the Northeast of the United States has left an indelible mark on the region's cultural landscape, shaping its identity and contributing to the vibrant tapestry of American diversity. Beginning in the mid-19th century, the influx of Irish immigrants, driven by the Great Famine and economic hardships, brought with them a rich cultural heritage that permeated urban centers like Boston, New York City, and Rhode Island. Of course, sport does not belong to any one culture, and we believe that Hurling is for Everyone!
INFORMATION REGARDING USGAA AND BOSTON GAA:
For information regarding our divisional board, the Boston/Northeast GAA, click here.
For information regarding the national board, the US GAA, click here.