Please see important documents and information that will assist you with the running of your GAA Club.




GAA OFFICIAL GUIDE

  1. GAA Official Guide Part 1 (November 23)
  2. GAA Official Guide Part 2 (Special Congress 30-09-23)
  3. GAA Official Codes (Special Congress 30-09-23)

Meath G.A.A. BYE-LAWS

  1. Meath Bye-Laws 2024 (Approved Version 1 – 26-01-24)

Meath G.A.A. REGULATIONS

  1. Meath GAA Regulations 2024 (Version 1 – 22-01-24)

GAA Codes/Guides

  1. GAA Code of Conduct
  2. GAA Governance Guide
  3. GAA Disciplinary Handbook (9th Edition – November 23)
  4. GAA Discipline

ADULT FIXTURE PLANNER/REFEREE LIST

  1. 2024 Meath GAA Adult Fixture Planner (C.C.C. – Version 3 – 30-01-24)
  2. 2023 Meath GAA Referees – Contact Details (01-04-23 – Public Club Version 1)

CLUB TRANSFERS/APPROVAL FORM

  1. Inter-Club Transfer Form 2024 – Meath GAA
  2. Inter-County Transfer – Dec 23 – Letter to Clubs and Counties – New Transfer System
  3. Player Approval Form 2024 – Meath GAA
  4. Application become a member of a club outside the Catchment Area Form 2024 – Meath GAA
  5. Meath GAA Live Transfer & Permission to Play List 2024 (Access with Club Email Login only)
  6. Independent Teams – Guidelines Governance, Finance, Child Safeguarding and Registration
  7. Leinster Council Transfer List
  8. Croke Park Live Transfer List

INTER-CLUB CHALLENGE GAME REQUESTS

  1. Inter-Club Challenge Game Application Form


COISTE NA nÓG / COISTE MIONÚIR

  1. 2023_MeathGAA_UnderageFixturePlanner(CommitteeVersion3-221122)
  2. Coiste na nOg Regulations 2023
  3. 2023 Silent Sidelines
  4. 2023 U12 Competition Rules
  5. 2023 U13 Football Rules
  6. 2023 U13 Hurling Rules
  7. Coiste Mionúir an Mhí C.L.G. Regulations 2022
  8. Go Games Application Form
  9. Go Games Resource
  10. Go Games Policy & Guidelines

CLUB DEVELOPMENT

  1. Acquisition-of-Property
  2. Disposal-of-Property
  3. Borrowing-from-a-Financial-Institution
  4. Borrowing-from-CLG-Deposit-Loan-Scheme-2
  5. Declaration-of-Trust
  6. Lease-or-Licence-of-Property-By-GAA-Lessor
  7. Lease-or-Licence-of-Property-To-GAA-Lessee
  8. Creation-of-a-Legal-Charge-Guidelines
  9. Form 1 GAA Safe Club Safety Statement Issue 1.0_210722pob_7
  10. Health-and-Safety-Authority-Doc-AF-1
  11. Health-and-Safety-Authority-Doc-AF-2
  12. Irish Standards I.S 357 2007
  13. Irish Standards I.S. 356 2007
  14. EirCodes – Meath GAA Clubs
  15. Child Welfare and Protection
  16. Player Safety
  17. GAA Social Media Guidelines_2020
  18. Surnames/Useful Terms in Irish

GAA SAFE CLUB

https://learning.gaa.ie/safeclub

GAA FINANCE GUIDE

County Finance Manual v1 – June 2023




Other Helpful links:

  1. GAA Club Dashboard The Club Dashboard allows you to navigate to the site or portal you need in one click.  It will also post reminders and important notifications so that you don’t miss a deadline or update. You can create your own ‘favourites’ section with the pages you visit most. GAA.ie/Clubs is fully functional on desktop and mobile. It is a quick and easy way to get to everything you need on gaa.ie
  2. The Club Support Manual is a resource for all Club officers. It contains information on all aspects of Club activity and administration. To access this resource, visit – Club Support Manual



The GAA Club is the basic unit of the Association and the primary structure through which the GAA undertakes its mission, which states

‘The GAA is a community-based volunteer organisation promoting Gaelic games, culture and lifelong participation.’

The objective of the GAA Club is the promotion at the local level of the Association’s aims, as outlined in the Official Guide – Chapter 1: Aims and Ethos.

The Association’s basic aim is to “strengthen the National Identity” through its primary purpose to promote and control the National games of Hurling, Gaelic Football, Handball, and Rounders.

Its additional aims are to:

• Actively support the Irish language and Irish culture

• Support the promotion of Camogie and Ladies Gaelic Football

• Support the Irish industry

The GAA Club is the bedrock of every Irish community and provides an organised structure from which great community spirit is generated. Today, almost every town and village in the country has its own GAA headquarters, centred on the playing of our exciting games and building on 125 years of great history and success.

These clubs are a tremendous influence in their local communities. The GAA is a strong and vibrant Association thanks to the army of dedicated volunteers at the Club level committed to the promotion and development of our clubs and our games.

It’s vital our clubs continue to grow and reinvent themselves to ensure that this structure is reinforced. Through planning ahead for the future, the GAA will help ensure that clubs remain strong and that dedicated voluntary officials at the Club level continue to commit to the promotion and development of our games and our Association.