GAA launch new five-year strategic plan

Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Larry McCarthy and Ard Stiúrthóir of the GAA Tom Ryan with St Fechin's Gaa juvenille players,
back row, from left, Aaron Riley and Tom Rock,
front row, from left, Tom Riley, Aoibhinn Corrigan, Isobel Walsh, Máire Keane, Doireann Bruton and James Cooney during GAA National Strategy Launch at St Fechin’s GAA Club in Termonfeckin, Louth. 

The GAA has today launched a new strategic plan entitled ‘Aontas 2026 – Towards One GAA for All’, to grow and sustain the Association over the next five years.

An event held at St Fechins GAA Club in Co Louth was attended by Uachtarán Larry McCarthy and Ard Stiúrthóir Tom Ryan along with representatives of the Association where details of the plan were announced.

The strategy features a variety of objectives to realise the GAA’s vision as a sustainable community-based and volunteer-led Association where as many as possible, participate in Gaelic games and culture for as long as possible.

The stated priorities of the Association between now and 2026 are:

  1. Maximum participation among players, coaches, referees and officers
  2. A sustainable Association with thriving Clubs at its core
  3. Six codes, one Association
  4. A connected and inclusive Association
  5. Good governance among GAA units

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