Western Division Board
The Western Divisional Board is the administrative body for the Gaelic Athletic Association in Northern California, at present this encompasses the Greater Bay Area. It is responsible for scheduling fixtures and appointing referees for games at our home fields on Treasure Island, handling registrations and supporting new club development initiatives.

Gaelic Games have been played in the San Francisco area for over a hundred years, the board in it's present form has been active since the late 1970's.

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December 2nd, 2014
Youth Practice with Cork Senior Footballer and Hurler Aidan Walsh

Cork Senior Footballer and Hurler Aidan Walsh will host a Youth Practice this Sunday details are below:

Location: Treasure Island (Field C)

Time: 10am -11:30am

Date: Sunday 12/7/2014

Everyone welcome!!!

November 12th, 2014
Irish Football and Hurling Youth League Registration 2015

Irish Football and Hurling Youth League Registration 2015
This year the IFHYL will host the Continental Youth Championships on their Gaelic Facilities on Treasure Island. 
Club Registration opens January 1st 2015. 
Equipment needed - Gum shields for Gaelic Football, shin guards for Hurling, if you have a hurl/helmet please bring them along to practices.
Any questions or problems, please email Kathlyn at sanfranciscogaa@gmail.com
Registration fees are non- refundable

November 6th, 2014
Sean Flanagan Obituary

San Francisco Gaa wish to extend their sympathy to the the family, relatives and friends of Sean Flanagan. 

Friends may visit Friday, November 7th, after 6:30pm at St. Catherine of Siena Church, 1310 Bayswater Ave, Burlingame, where a Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 7:30pm. Sean will be laid to rest back home in County Leitrim.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha dilse.


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