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Pan European Gaelic Football Championships taking place in Vienna

Vienna Gaels Club has been chosen to host the Pan-European Gaelic Football Championship on 13 October 2012.

This is an annual tournament to decide the best male and female Gaelic Football teams in continental Europe, and 2012 will be the first time Vienna has hosted the tournament.

The Embassy of Ireland is proud to support this important event. The tournament will attract approximately 25-30 clubs from around Europe with an estimated total of 300-350 players.

There will be teams from throughout Europe including; Belgium, Austria, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Guernsey, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Estonia and Russia.

Matches will take place from early morning on Saturday 13th October in Sportzentrum Schwechat, Franz Schuster Straße 1-3, A-2320 Schwechat.

All are welcome to come and enjoy the day. There will be pitch-side entertainment including Irish music and dance, children’s amusements and a barbeque.

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