Who are we?
Éire Óg Sevilla
Éire Óg Sevilla is a gaelic football club based in Seville and formed all the way back in 2009. The club was created for people living in Seville, with the idea of introducing gaelic football to the city, keeping fit, having a bit of craic and (ahem) winning the Iberian GAA Championships.
The current panel contains a mix of many nationalities. We’ve a mens and women’s team and play in green and red jerseys, incorporating the best and worst of Seville’s sporting colours.
Seville Seamróga, a new project for developing GAA in Seville by the city’s current team Éire Óg, has officially launched.
Speaking at the Escape and Play Hurling Tournament last week in San Jerónimo, Alberto Pérez, captain of the brand new squad, said the main objective for the coming season is to “bring Gaelic football to locals and for those keen to join at a beginner’s level”, adding that the club hopes to take advantage thanks to a growing interest in the sport in the city due to social media and word of mouth.