History @ Faughs

Faughs GAA club, as one of the oldest hurling club in Dublin, established in 1885, with links back to Michael Cusack has a long and interesting history.

We are celebrating the many proud achievements in our clubs history including the winning of the 1920 All Ireland Hurling Final, when Faughs GAA club representing Dublin won the All Ireland 1920 title. The 1920 final was actually played in 1922, and due to covid 19, many of our club celebrations will happen in 2022.

We are also marking the winning by Faughs Celtic of the first All-Ireland Camogie Cup title in 1964. We are recognising the players on both the 1920 Hurling All Ireland winning team and the camogie players of the 1964 All Ireland Club camogie title with player profiles, each month to mark their achievements on our website.

We plan to further increase the coverage on the number of Faughs club success stories and player profiles on the website and we would welcome any information, match brochures, player profiles or club stories that you would like to share with the Faughs community, please send in any suggestions and content to the attached e mail

We are also interested in hearing from any volunteers with an interest in helping us to virtually display and archive all the material that we already have in our club museum

So if you are interested in getting involved in volunteering to assist or in sharing stories, can you please contact us at Faughssochist@faughs.ie

Old Faughs Match Programmes

Commemorating the 1920 Faughs All Ireland Winning Team

Faughs Celtic Camogie Legends