Eolaire & Strategic Plan

These information booklets are published by Coiste Chontae Chiarraí.

They represent an invaluable guide to clubs, players and supporter, showcasing fixtures and officials within the County.

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Transfer Forms

Inter Club

Inter-Club transfer within Kerry - Closing date up to 1st March of each year

Inter Club U16

Inter-Club U16 transfer within Kerry - Closing date up to 1st March of each year

Inter County


Applications for an Inter-County transfer (including Overseas transfers) can be made online through the Player Transfer System. If a player wishes to apply for transfer online, he should contact the Secretary of the Club he wishes to join.

More Information at https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/rules-regulations/transfers-and-sanctions-information

GAA Overseas Sanctions

All sanction applications must be made online via the Player Transfer System (PTS).

This process must be initiated by the club in USGAA/Canada/New York that the player wishes to play with.

More Information at https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/rules-regulations/overseas-sanctions

GAA Injury Benefit Fund

The mandatory benefit fund provides benefits to registered members playing the national games of Hurling, Gaelic Football, Handball and Rounders’ whose clubs are registered with the fund. 
The GAA Injury Benefit Fund is a Self-funded benefit fund funded entirely from GAA funds with no outside involvement. The GAA Injury Benefit Fund does not seek to compensate fully for Injuries sustained but to supplement other Schemes such as Personal Accident or Health Insurance.
The playing of our national games involves the risk of Injury and it is each individual registered player’s responsibility to familiarise themselves with the terms and benefits of the GAA Injury Benefit Fund. The Injury Benefit Fund only provides cover for unrecoverable losses up to the limits specified. The responsibility to ensure that adequate cover is in place lies with the individual member and members should not use the fund as their only recourse or be dependent on the fund to compensate them fully for any losses associated with the injury sustained.

GAA Injury Benefit Fund

A detailed breakdown of GAA Injury Schemes.

GAA Insurance and Injury Schemes

General information booklet.

5-Year ticket purchase scheme

Duration of Ticket Scheme: January 2018 – December 2022

Cost of Ticket Scheme: €600 per unit or Special Offer – Purchase 6 units for the price of 5!

Subscriber Details: The name and address of each subscriber along with their email address and mobile number will be registered with Coiste Chontae Chiarraí. It will be the responsibility of the subscriber to notify Coiste Chontae Chiarraí of any changes to their details



Right to Purchase:

• Stand ticket for All Ireland Senior Football Final involving Kerry

• Stand ticket for All Ireland Senior Football Semi-Final involving Kerry
• Stand ticket for All-Ireland Senior Football Quarter Finals (‘Super 8’ Series) involving Kerry for: – Croke Park fixture – Home fixture – Away Fixture (subject to availability)
• Stand ticket for All Ireland Senior Football Qualifiers involving Kerry (subject to availability)
• Stand ticket for Munster Senior Football Championship games (including Final) in Killarney involving Kerry
• Stand ticket for Munster Senior Football Championship games (including Final) in Pairc Ui Chaoimh involving Kerry.
• Stand Ticket for all other Munster Senior Football Championship Games (subject to availability)
• Stand ticket for National League Final involving Kerry

• One Ticket per Unit purchased in this scheme Application. The application must be accompanied by full payment.

Ticket details for each match, including the cost of tickets, will be emailed to Scheme Members in advance of the game. They will also be published on the Kerry GAA website and social media sites.

More details on the Scheme can be found in the leaflet below

The Application Form can be downloaded below

Information on Development Grants