Tuam Camogie Club

Established in 2012, at Tuam Camogie Club, our mission is to be a uniting force for all our community in pursuing their sporting, social and cultural activities.

We encourage and support the active participation of all potential members in our community so that they may join and participate in club activities. Through coaching, training sessions, games and matches our goal is to unlock the potential of our members to allow them to play to the best of their ability. As a club we provide a safe and supportive environment for everyone to develop.

Club History

On the 7th February 2012, a small group of like-minded people decided it was time for Tuam to start its own Camogie club. After training and playing with the Tuam hurlers (some girls from the age of 6) it was decided that there was now an opening for a Camogie club in the Town, and on that day, the club was born. In that year, with support from Tuam Hurling Club, over 40 girls trained and played as Tuam Camogie Club and established this was a club that had potential. In 2013, with the membership growing, the club organized more activities and, with guidance from the County Board, started to find its own identity and stand up on its own. It was at this time the now familiar, and much admired, pink and blue jerseys were created and embraced by the club. Over the following years the club has continued to grow in all areas. The girls have increased in confidence and skill levels and youth membership has now increased to over 100 girls, with numbers growing year on year. We have teams playing in age groups from U6 to U15 in County and North Board Competitions. In 2018 Tuam Camogie has played in over 70 matches across all age groups, and all of this without having pitch to call their own.