Supporting GAA heroes

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As official car partner of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and Gaelic Players’ Association (GPA), as well as the title sponsor of the 2019 GAA World Games, we are partnering with heroes of the game, empowering lovers of it – everywhere. Renault has a proud tradition in Ireland. So, it's natural that we also take great pride in supporting the greatest of Irish traditions.

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A unified front

Renault has a proud tradition of empowering lovers of the GAA from the pitch to the stands and beyond.

Renault has been the county sponsor for the Westmeath senior and minor football and hurling teams since 2014, and earlier this year announced its sponsorship of the Wicklow County Senior and Minor Football Championship.


Renault GAA Brand Ambassadors include:

  • Former All-Ireland winning Dublin footballer Alan Brogan;
  • Former Kerry footballer and five-time All-Ireland medal holder Marc Ó Sé;
  • Westmeath footballing legend and Sunday Game pundit Dessie Dolan;
  • All-Ireland winning Kerry footballer (and later Irish rugby captain) Mick Galwey;
  • All-Ireland winning Clare hurling captain Anthony Daly;
  • Kilkenny hurling legend and nine-time All-Ireland winner Jackie Tyrrell
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Renault GAA World Games

The Renault GAA World Games will bring some 1,300 players from 10 regions around the globe home to play this summer.

World titles for Football, Ladies football, Hurling and Camogie will be on offer. The initial stages will be played out at the Sports Campus of Waterford Institute of Technology from July 28 to August 1, with the finals taking place on August 2 at Croke Park.


There are now more than 400 GAA Clubs in existence outside of Ireland and this is reflected in the presence of 97 teams that are confirmed for the Renault GAA World Games and representing clubs from across Europe, New York, USGAA, South Africa, Argentina, Canada, Britain, Australasia, India, Asia and the Middle East.


World titles for Football, Ladies football, Hurling and Camogie will be on offer with competing teams made up specifically of native born or Irish born players.


There will be eight finals in all on a hectic day of international activity at Croke Park and with four finals staged for Irish-born players in Football, Ladies football, Hurling and Camogie and then another four finals for native born players competing across the four codes.

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