Every Sunday there is an informal game of hurling on in the English Gardens. Simply bring a stick and come along ! Meeting place is the open area in front of the Klein Hesseloher See at 2pm on Sundays.
They’ll be the blokes with sticks getting funny looks from all the passers-by.
All are welcome !
Details are a bit sketchy at the moment but there shoould be more to come soon…
The first training will be happening on Wednesday 5th at 19:00 in Gartenstadt. New members are, as always , welcomed !
One of the new features that we now have here at www.MunichGAA.de is a message board. This is open to players/committee members/interested members of the public in fact anyone who wants to use it. To use it you will need to register [click here] and once that is done you will be able to post messages straight away.
It is hoped that the message board will be an important service that will keep people informed about GAA activities in Munich, Germany and in Europe in general.
So what are you waiting for ? [View Message Board]
Interested in playing GAA in Munich ?
All are Welcome !
Tuesday March 21st at 7.30pm
This Friday the All Ireland Senior Hurling & Football Championships will take place. You will be able to see these in our club sponors pub, Gunters Murphys.
The line up is as follows :
- Portumna v Newtownshandrum (Croke Park, Friday 15.00)
- Salthill v St Gallâ€™s (Croke Park, Friday 16.40)
Address : GÃ¼nther Murphy’s Irish Pub, Nikolaistrasse 9, Schwabing
U-Bahn: U3/6 MÃ¼nchener Freiheit
Tel : 089 39 89 11
Related links : GAA Preview of the All Ireland Clubs Championship
Munich St. Patricks Day Parade
The annual Munich St. Patricks takes place on Sunday the 12th of March 2006. Starting at 12pm at MÃ¼nchner Freiheit going towards Odeonsplatz.
At Odeonsplatz, between 1pm and 6pm, there will be a live concert on two stages. Attendance is free. There will also be various refreshments and food on sale. After all this the crowd generally descends on one of the Irish pubs in Munich. These pubs are always good fun but be prepared – they are very crowded.
So come down and see what Irish living is all about (over a few beers) !
More info :