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Our season revolves around two regional tournaments, and is supplemented with touring, hosting visiting teams and playing exhibition matches.
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Thailand GAA are delighted to announce that this year’s FEXCO Asian Gaelic Games will be held in Bangkok, Thailand over the weekend of the 17th – 19th of November.
It’s a big year for Thailand GAA as this year will also mark the 10th anniversary of the founding of the club. The founder and current chairman, John Campbell was in GAA headquarters in Dublin, Ireland for the official launch of the games.
The games will be held over the weekend of the 17th – 19th of November at Bangkok Patana School in the heart of Bangkok City. The opening ceremony will take place at the Amari Boulevard, Sukhumvit Soi 5 on the evening of the 17th with the games taking place on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th.
This years games will attract over 800 players making up approximately 65 teams form 20 clubs across the continent of Asia coming to Bangkok for what will surely be an epic battle for the top spot in each division.
Watch an interview with club chairman John Campbell at the Launch in Croke Park.
The South Asia Gaelic Games is a tournament primarily for southeast Asian nations. Thailand GAA hosted this event in 2012 and more recently in May of this year when 300 players travelled to Bangkok to take part in the event held at Harrow International School. The Thai Ladies were again successful, overcoming the traditional Asian powerhouses of Singapore and Malaysia to claim the overall title, while the men’s team were victorious in the plate competition. Given the success of this years event the competition plans to return to Bangkok in 2016.