Mulholland's Gaelic Football Club (GFC) is Los Angeles' first women's Gaelic Football Club, stemming from our brother club, the LA Cougars.
Mulholland's GFC is all about introducing Football to the women of Los Angeles, and having a good time while doing it! We host regular field, beach and introductory training sessions. Whether you're a seasoned player or you've never played ball sports before, join us for a session and get hooked on Gaelic Football!
We're as much a social club as we are a sports club. Social sessions are organized for club members and supporters, and the club also promotes upcoming fun activities and opportunities in Los Angeles for our members. If you are new to LA, want to expand your network, explore a fun new hobby, or improve your fitness via our free training sessions, get in touch with us today.
Gaelic football is the most popular sport in Ireland. The game is growing globally thanks to the many Gaelic clubs around the world - from Los Angeles to New York, Vancouver to Vietnam and everywhere in between. The sport is often referred to using the acronym "GAA." GAA is older than Basketball, Soccer, and the United States!
It resembles a mixture of soccer and basketball. Even though "football" is in the name, the only thing it has in common with NFL is the goalposts. The aim of the Gaelic game is to score between the H-shaped goals. Players move the ball up the field through a mixture of hand passing, kicking, bouncing and soloing (we explain in full in the training sessions).
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We host a number of different activities for all levels. Field training sessions are usually held in Culver City or Santa Monica while by-the-beach training is held on Fridays near Tower 26 in Santa Monica. Upcoming training sessions are shared on our Instagram page and you can register to attend using the Heylo app.
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