Rockchapel GAA club is the heart and soul of the local community. Gaelic football in Rockchapel can be traced back to the 1920s & the GAA club was founded in 1934. We provide football for boys & girls from a young age with our juvenile club St Peters. The club is situated in the Duhallow division in north Cork, close to border with Kerry and Limerick.
The Club won its first title in 1954 when they defeated Kilbrin in the novice final & has won 2 Junior county championships & 1 Intermediate championship. We were the Cork Intermediate Football Championship Winners in 1989 and the Cork Junior Football Championship Winners in 1987 & 2012.
Everything we do helps to enrich the communities we serve. As a voluntary led organisation, it is our aim to continuously fill that role for our members with the help of you and any funding that we receive. Fundraising plays a huge role within our community. It determines the future of our organisation. Fundraising empowers our team and offers a sense of unity. It gives us that common goal to get behind, a single milestone that we can reach as a group, as a community, as a team.
We are dedicated to ensuring that our family of games, and the values we live, enrich the lives of our members, families, and the community we live in. We foster a clear sense of identity and place, welcome everybody to be part of our club, we respect each other on and off the playing fields, we operate with integrity at all levels and we listen and respect the views of all. Ní neart go cur le chéile - There is no strength without working together