The GAA is investing in its future, and its supporters, players and stakeholders with the
launch of its new website, GAA.ie.
In keeping with the requirement for continued innovation in its engagement with modern
technology and modes of communication, the GAA commissioned digital sport leader
deltatre to work with them on developing and implementing its new digital platform.
The GAA’s vision is to deliver a first-class digital experience for the GAA community in
Ireland and all over the world. The new platform is fully responsive and offers a great
experience to supporters on any digital device, which will meet the growing demand from
users on mobile and tablet.
The goal of the redevelopment was to make user journeys much more intuitive and fun.
Live and historical match data is now available bringing stats and data to life and providing
an unrivalled ‘live’ experience on match day.
With the GAA’s core communities in mind, the site has been built into three sections.
The main home of GAA.ie offers most sought after content; fixtures and results, tickets,
news and video. MyGAA is the hub for those involved in the games at all levels; players,
coaches, referees, administrators, etc. TheGAA is the home of all information regarding
the Association as a governing body, its history and its structures.
Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail said: “Never before has the need
for the GAA to be proactive in this area been more obvious and for that reason we were
delighted to partner with the respected leader in this field that is deltatre.
“In addition to our strong home network and our growing international community, there
is a heightened awareness around our games amongst new audiences and for many gaa.ie
is their first interaction with the GAA.
“I believe the new streamlined approach to content and information on the site will
enhance the user experience and promote our games and activities in an extremely
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Hugo Sharman, Director at deltatre, said: "We are extremely proud to have been chosen to
work with the GAA, and are delighted our commitment to working together has been
reflected in a five-year partnership until 2020.
“The GAA has opened our eyes to a new world of sport, but also a huge and passionate
community. We are looking forward to continuing to help them grow the reach and
engagement of Gaelic games in Ireland and around the world.”
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