Aghabog is a small rural parish nestled among the hills of west Co. Monaghan. The club itself was originally affiliated to the GAA in 1890 and continues to form the hub of a vibrant local community. We have proud traditions of the Gaelic Games fielding teams from U8s to Senior Level as well as competing regularly in cultural competitions such as Scór.
The club's fortunes were transformed in the early nineties and success in the Dr. Ward Cup (junior league) catapulted the club from the shackles of junior ranks. Success in the Fr. Hackett Cup in 1994 (intermediate league) soon followed and Aghabog took the unprecedented step into senior football. The club has switched between the divisions of Monaghan football since then with its most recent success being the capture of the Dr. Ward Cup in 2008.
The ladies club has been to the fore of football in Co. Monaghan since the game first rose to prominence in the early nineties. The ladies can proudly boast county and provincial championship honours. The club also had a strong presence on both All Ireland winning Monaghan teams helping to establish Aghabog as a stronghold for ladies football.
Our goal is to encourage all members of the community to participate in GAA related activities regardless of their background.To reward commitment and participation at all ages and provide encouragement and involvement to players of all abilities,whilst ensuring a safe and protective environment for children.