Jersey Launches

  1. Staycity Aparthotels Announced as New Dublin GAA Sponsor

    Staycity Aparthotels Announced as New Dublin GAA Sponsor

    Dublin GAA announce Staycity Aparthotels as their new primary sponsor, with a launch event at Parnell Park today.

  2. Plough on with the Latest O’Neills Ploughing Jerseys

    Plough on with the Latest O’Neills Ploughing Jerseys

    There’s nothing else like it. For a few days in September, we all head off to our happy place and think of nothing but ‘Irish food, farming and culture’ and have the best of craic. The iconic O’Neills Ploughing jerseys are also back for the 2023 edition! So, if you have a tractor-mad child or an animal lover at home, you can be sure we have got something to suit everyone!

  3. Bringing back the shamrock - Ireland Premier Jersey

    Bringing back the shamrock - Ireland Premier Jersey

    Introducing the Ireland Premier Jersey. Synonymous with Ireland, the shamrock is rooted deep in the history of the Emerald Isle. The Ireland Premier Jersey reinstates the traditional shamrock crest. A modern twist on the 1985 Republic of Ireland jersey, it is immersed in Irish heritage. The individual design elements tell a story, incorporating Ireland’s history, traditional Celtic art, and sporting passion.

  4. Wexford GAA Launch Commemorative Jersey

    Wexford GAA Launch Commemorative Jersey

    All Ireland final day, 1893. A mixture of nerves and excitement filled the air. The Selskar Young Ireland’s team of Wexford, led by captain Tom Hayes set off from their beloved town in search of victory. Could they do it? Could they be the first Wexford team to win the All-Ireland?

    After making their way to Dublin with a rally of supporters ready to cheer them on, the team stepped onto the pitch at Phoenix Park and prepared for battle against Cork opponents, Dromtariffe. The adrenaline kicked in. An All-Ireland Senior Football Championship title was up for grabs, and they were not going to let it out of their sight. Selskar Young Ireland’s were awarded the victory and crowned All-Ireland champions. It was Wexford’s first All-Ireland success. A feeling of pride swept over the county, which remains to this day.

    In honour of the historic event, Wexford GAA have swapped their iconic purple 130 years on and designed a commemorative

  5. The New Mayo Jersey has been Unveiled

    The New Mayo Jersey has been Unveiled

    The Official Mayo GAA 2023 Home Kit has been unveiled and it’s a feast for the eyes. It represents the pride and passion of supporters, the commitment of players and drive for success. The traditional green and red colour palette is instantly recognisable to Irish people around the globe and the new jersey sees the return of the bottle green colour that served the Mayo football team well between the years of 2012 and 2018. With some modern updates including a silicone badge and three stripe should detail, this jersey is sure to be a popular one. The new kit will be worn by Mayo GAA, Mayo LGFA, and Mayo Camogie teams from underage to senior level.

  6. Michael Collins 100 Years On

    Michael Collins 100 Years On

    22nd August 2022 marks the centenary of Michael Collin’s death. An iconic figure in Irish history, his life and legacy are remembered and honoured throughout Ireland on this date and year-round. Immerse yourself in Irish history and pay tribute to a revolutionary soldier and politician with some of the following Michael Collins events, products and attractions.

  7. Rewind with a Retro Jersey

    Rewind with a Retro Jersey

    Retro jerseys are not only incredibly trendy garments with designs that are a feast for the eyes, but they also hold a world of nostalgia, triggering memories and emotions from days gone by. Relive the moments that stand with you in history. Every time you don your retro jersey, experience the rush of adrenaline you had when the last-minute winning goal was scored, the feeling of euphoria as you watched your team lift the cup and the pride and passion you felt to watch on as a supporter. Maybe the jersey was out before you were even born, but you’re a fan of the vintage jersey design? A retro jersey is a perfect way to stand out from the crowd as you cheer on your home team, on holidays to let everyone know where you are from (a common Irish trait) or as a fashion statement at a musical festival for the hipster look.