GAA Injury Scheme
GAA Injury Benefit Fund
GAA Injury Benefit Fund Claim Form: Island of Ireland / England, Scotland, Wales (available below) are the most up to date GAA injury scheme claim forms for club units on the island of Ireland as of January 2013.
Further details of the GAA Injury Benefit Fund can be secured from:
Your County Secretary Or Willis Towers Watson, Elm Park, Merrion Road, Dublin 4 01 6396343
Or CLG, Cúrsaí Riosca agus Árachais, Páirc an Chrócaigh, Báile Átha Cliath 3 01 8363222
For further information, please click here
To download the player injury claim form click here
The Medical Welfare Committee of the GAA recommends that in the context of cardiac screening all the participants over the age of 14 should complete a cardiac screening questionnaire. The questionnaire can be downloaded from the link below.
It is recommended that under the age of 21 the questionnaire should be filled in under the supervision/in conjunction with parent(s)/guardian(s). Anyone answering ‘yes’ to any of the questions should discuss the findings with their family doctor.
A Player who wants to transfer to a different club must fill out a Club Transfer Form. This comes in a variety of types and is processed by different levels of the Association depending on the transfer requested.
To transfer from one club to another within the same County a Club Transfer Form must be completed. It is processed by the County Board.
To Transfer from one club to another outside the County but within the same Province an Inter-County Transfer Form must be completed. This is processed by the Provincial Board.
To Transfer from one club to another outside of the Province an Inter-County Transfer Form must be completed. It is processed by Croke Park.