- For more details of Cork GAA see Cork Senior Football Championship or Cork Senior Hurling Championship.
The Cork County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association
) () is one of the 32 county boards
of the GAA in Ireland
and is responsible for Gaelic Games
in County Cork
. The county board has its head office and main grounds at Páirc Uí Chaoimh
and is also responsible for Cork inter-county teams in all codes at all levels. The Cork branch of the Gaelic Athletic Association
was founded on 19 December 1886, making it the second oldest branch of the organisation.
, the dominant sport in the county, Cork teams compete annually in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
, which they have won thirty times, the Munster Senior Hurling Championship
, which they have won fifty times, and the National Hurling League
, which they have won fourteen times. Cork, Kilkenny
, and Tipperary
are regarded as 'the Big Three' in the world of hurling.
In Gaelic football
, which has become much more prominent in the county in recent times, Cork teams compete annually in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
, which they have won seven times and they are the current holders, the Munster Senior Football Championship
, which they have won thirty-two times, and the National Football League
, which they have won five times. Conor Counihan
has been manager of the Cork senior football team since 2008. The current senior football captain
is Graham Canty
County board officers