The Official Kilkenny GAA Calendar is now on sale throughout the county in all usual outlets. It costs €9.95 and would make a wonderful gift or christmas present for someone you know.
Also a reminder that now the 2020 GAA Championship has commenced, now is the perfect time to join or indeed rejoin our Kilkenny supporters club. The supporters club provide a valuable income stream for our teams throughout the year and your support is needed this year more than any other.
You can join online here or by contacting any committee member. Membership costs €20.
Kilkenny GAA's Stadium Partner, UPMC in Ireland will host a virtual sports medicine conference on Nov 7th and 8th.
For registration, schedule and all details regarding this event please click here.
Kilkenny's opening game of the Leinster Championship will be a semi-final appearance against Dublin on Saturday next in Croke Park at 15.45pm.The gaa will be streamed live on GAAGO and will cost €5 when purchased on this link here.
For instructions on how to purchase your e-ticket to view this game click below.
The second Hurlers Co-op draw of 2020 took place in Piltown on Tuesday night, click below for the full list of winners.
Once again a huge thanks to all who purchased tickets, the club officers who organised the sales and the organising committee who worked tirelessly through the past few weeks and months.
In America they have Independence Day; Australians celebrate Australia Day and let us not forget here in Ireland, we have our very own St Patricks Day! All national days of celebrations and reasons for us to get out and explore the very best cultural and heritage experiences that surround us. Well, let us introduce you to ‘Kilkenny Day’, a day dedicated to everything that is great about Kilkenny!!
The first Kilkenny Day will take place on Sunday 11th October and will consist of a packed programme of events that will run across the city and county, showcasing the very best the county has to offer. But before we give you some of the line-up of events, let us remind you that people are been asked to don black and amber on the day to demonstrate pride in the county colours, so whether it’s a GAA shirt or a colourful holiday shirt that’s been lying in the wardrobe, there are no excuses!!