Cuala GAA Club traces its history all the way back to the establishment of Cuala Hurling Club in 1918, and to the present day where we have almost 3,000 members.
Cuala's recent success on the pitch across all sections of the club - academy, juvenile, adult ladies, camogie, hurling and football - is in contrast to the facilities in Hyde Park that are old, leaking and lacking in the design, equipment and fit-out required for players and the wider community.
#Home4Cuala is our new project to ensure that future generations of Cuala members enjoy the same opportunities given to this and previous generations.
As outlined in the Club's most recent Strategic Development Plan (2018 - 2022), the following values are central to who we are:
- Respect across all club activities and at all times
- Supporting the local community and fostering a sense of identity
- Work to foster a sense of inclusion in the club
- Cuala as a volunteer-led club with amateurism at its heart
- Teamwork and a strong emphasis on Cuala as "one club"
- Leadership in setting the direction and bringing our people along with us
- Prioritising player and member welfare across all activities.
To ensure a sustainable future for our club, a future that is inclusive of all our community members, Cuala has outlined a number of goals for the coming years:
Coaching and Games Development, Community Engagement, and Improvement and Investment in Facilities.
The latter goal aims to facilitate club members of all ages and to encourage maximum participation. By investing in a new clubhouse we are providing a building for our members to come together in one place and to participate in sporting, cultural, social and local activities.