The best GAA adverts of all time

Fancying something different from the usual and following on from the best/worst GAA jerseys of all time. Here`s the first installment of the best GAA adverts of all time.


This Vodafone advert uses the famous Rudyard Kipling If poem. The poem goes hand in hand with the various football scenes to provide an advert that gives you goosebumps.


This Electric Ireland advert captures what most minor county players go through, it’s another advert that’s inspirational while showcasing the best of the GAA.

Another corker from Electric Ireland which features Dublin’s Jack McCaffrey and Waterford hurler Austin Gleeson. Against the background of inspirational talking to, that connects directly with the viewer.


This Eircom advert created by Chemistry Ireland, sums up the buzz around the All-Ireland. From the training sessions to the pre-match routines the advert is very relatable to fans of the GAA.

Ladies Gaelic Football had never had a major advertising campaign until Lidl changed that at the start of the year when Chemistry Ireland produced this classy advert. It worked as it got everyone talking about Ladies Gaelic Football again while highlighting the ladies go through the same hardships as the men do.

The long suffering of Mayo fans summed up in this Elverys/Intersport advert here. The hope never dies though as the green of red of Mayo long for an end to the ancient curse.

Elverys and Intersport are at it again in a second advert. This time, it focuses on Tipperary’s love for hurling. One for the fans of the small ball.

Guinness are famed for their outstanding adverts, and produced some corkers while they sponsored the hurling. This advert featuring a hurler taking a free while daydreaming about a few pints after winning will relate to every GAA player.

The launch of GAA GO brought about another great advert that captures the imagination of a Championship summer.

The GAA produced a clever advert here a few years ago using hurlers from the past and present in a slick dramatic advert for the Hurling Championship.



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