Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Uladh

Ulster GAA launch Strategic Plan 2024-2028

March 5th, 2024

Ulster GAA has launched its sixth Strategic Plan entitled ‘Ulster GAA: A Future for All – Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Uladh: Todhchaí Do Chách’.

The document charts a strategic direction for the GAA in Ulster from 2024 to 2028, with the aim of strengthening Ulster GAA as the province’s leading amateur sporting, cultural, community and volunteer-led organisation.

In attendance at the recent launch held at Armagh City Hotel were stakeholders from across Gaelic games in Ulster, including Uachtarán CLG Jarlath Burns, and Officers and members of Comhairle Uladh.

Five high-level strategic themes, each with underlying objectives, have been identified by the Ulster GAA Leadership and Planning Committee and these will form the core of operational activity areas in the province for the next five years.

The five key themes are:

  • Coaching and Games
  • Club and Community
  • Governance and Safeguarding
  • Communication and Branding
  • Infrastructure and Sustainability

Speaking at the launch of the plan, Ulster GAA President, Ciarán McLaughlin said:

“This Strategic Plan focuses on realising our vision as an Association by promoting inclusive and innovative practices, while maintaining a club and community focused organisation.

“In implementing the plan, we will continue to grow our sporting and cultural heritage, embed good governance, develop facilities, support and improve coaching and administration in our clubs while encouraging sustainability and inclusivity.”

The full strategy document is available to view at

For more information contact: Michael McArdle, Ulster GAA Public Relations Officer:


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