Der irische Fußball ist in etwa auf deutschem Regionalliga-Niveau. Die besten irischen Spieler Read More · Kilkenny. Posted by Wolfgang Lolies | Mrz Es gibt jeweils eine All-Ireland-Meisterschaft für Senior- und Artikel über die All -Ireland Senior Hurling Championship. Hurling ist eines der schnellsten und ältesten Mannschaftsspiele der Welt. Das Endspiel, das All-Ireland-Hurling Finale, findet traditionsgemäß im Dubliner.
Its popularity in various countries has also dramatically increased with many teams setting up all over the world played by ex-pats of Ireland but also by anyone who really has an interest.
Hurling, like Gaelic football , is an amateur sport in Ireland. In other words, players do not get paid for participating in the sport.
First published on December 21, and last modified on August 16, Playing Hurling Hurling is played between two teams of 15 players who are known as hurlers.
Some of the basic rules for playing hurling are: The sliotar must be flicked up from the ground using the hurley.
Picking it up by hand is not allowed. Players cannot throw the sliotar by hand; it can be passed by hand slapping the sliotar to another player.
Players must not take more than 4 steps with sliotar in hand. They can carry the sliotar on the base called bas of the hurley for more than 4 steps or pass it to another players.
Passing the sliotar from one hand to another is not allowed. The obvious pushing, tripping, and jersey pulling is forbidden.
Chopping is not allowed, this when a player uses their hurl to chop down on another players hurl. Hurling in Ireland Today Thankfully the with the set-up of the GAA Hurling has still remained not only a very popular sport but also as part of our traditions here in Ireland.
Firstly, inter-club contests in and were wildly popular and began to draw huge crowds. Clubs started to travel across the country to play against each other and these matches generated intense interest as the newspapers began to speculate which teams might be considered the best in the country.
Secondly, although the number of clubs was growing, many were slow to affiliate to the Association, leaving it short of money.
Establishing a central championship held the prospect of enticing GAA clubs to process their affiliations, just as the establishment of the FA Cup had done much in the s to promote the development of the Football Association in England.
The championships were open to all affiliated clubs who would first compete in county-based competitions, to be run by local county committees.
The winners of each county championship would then proceed to represent that county in the All-Ireland series. The inaugural All-Ireland Championship used, for the only time in its history, an open draw format without the provincial series of games.
All of the existing county boards were eligible to enter a team, however, only six chose to do so. Disputes in Cork and Limerick over which club should represent the county resulted in neither county fielding a team.
Dublin later withdrew from the championship. In all five teams participated: Galway and Wexford contested the very first championship match on Saturday 2 July Postponements, disqualifications, objections, withdrawals and walkovers were regular occurrences during the initial years of the championship.
The inaugural All-Ireland final took place on 1 April , with Tipperary defeating Galway to take the title.
The provincial championships were introduced in in Munster , Leinster , Connacht and Ulster on a knock-out basis. The winners of the provincial finals participated in the All-Ireland semi-finals.
Over time the Leinster and Munster teams grew to become the superpowers of the game, as Gaelic football was the more dominant sport in Ulster and Connacht.
After some time Galway became the only credible team in Connacht and was essentially given an automatic pass to the All-Ireland semi-final every year.
This knock-out system persisted for over years and was considered to be the fairest system as the All-Ireland champions would always be the only undefeated team of the year.
In the mids the Gaelic Athletic Association looked at developing a new system whereby a defeat in the championship for certain teams would not mean an immediate exit from the Championship.
In the championship the first major change in format arrived when the 'back-door system' was introduced. This new structure allowed the defeated Munster and Leinster finalists another chance to regain a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals.
Tipperary and Kilkenny were the first two teams to benefit from the new system when they defeated Down and Galway respectively in the quarter-finals.
The All-Ireland final in the first year of this new experiment was a replay of the Munster final with Clare defeating Tipperary. The first team to win the All-Ireland through the 'back-door' was Offaly in , winning a replay of the Leinster final by beating Kilkenny 2—16 to 1— The new 'back-door system' proved successful and was expanded over the following years.
The Championship saw even bigger changes in the 'back-door' or qualifier system. Now the Munster and Leinster champions and defeated finalists automatically qualified for the new quarter-final stages.
While two groups of four other teams played in a league format to fill the vacant four places in the quarter-finals. Many criticised the structure for not being a real championship at all, for degrading the Munster and Leinster championships and for penalising the strongest teams.
In the current championship structure was adopted, whereby the winners of the Leinster and Munster championships advanced to the All Ireland semi finals, and the 2 losers of the provincial finals advance to 2 quarter finals.
A series of knockout qualifiers for the remaining teams decides what other 2 teams reach the quarter finals. The new qualifier structure, has provided more games and has given hope to the 'weaker' teams, as a defeat in the first round no longer means the end of a county's All-Ireland ambitions.
There are twelve teams in the All-Ireland Championship. During the course of a championship season from July to August seven game are played comprising two preliminary quarter-finals, two quarter-finals, two semi-finals and a final.
The championship is played as a single-elimination tournament. London became the first overseas team to compete in the All-Ireland Championship in For four consecutive years they were given a bye to the All-Ireland final where they played the "home" champions in the final proper.
They won their only All-Ireland title in New York fielded a team in an expanded All-Ireland Championship in Stadium attendances are a significant source of regular income for the GAA and for the teams involved.
For the championship , the average attendances for the five games was 56, with a total aggregate attendance figure of , The figure represented the highest combined total for an All-Ireland Championship since , when , fans attended six games, including a final replay between Kilkenny and Galway.
The highest all-time aggregate attendance for the championship was , in when eight games were played. Croke Park was initially used as the venue for All-Ireland quarter-finals following their introduction in These games were usually played as a double-header.
From until the quarter-finals were played at Semple Stadium in Thurles. The All-Ireland semi-finals have been played exclusively at Croke Park since Croke Park had been regularly used as a semi-final venue prior to this, however, a number of other stadiums around the country were also used.
Brendan's Park and St. Cronan's Park were regularly used for semi-finals involving Kilkenny and Galway. Since , Croke Park has been the regular venue for the All-Ireland final.
Only on two occasions since then has the final been played outside of Croke Park. Construction of the Cusack Stand in meant that that year's final was played at the newly-opened FitzGerald Stadium in Killarney.
In the years prior to , the All-Ireland final was held in a variety of locations around the country, including Jones's Road as Croke Park was known before its dedication to Thomas Croke.
The inaugural final in was played at Birr , before Dublin venues Clonturk Park , the Pond Field and the Phoenix Park were used in the early s.
Fraher Field hosted the final on three occasions, while the final was played at the newly-opened Cork Athletic Grounds on two occasions.
Managers in the All-Ireland Championship are involved in the day-to-day running of the team, including the training, team selection, and sourcing of players from the club championships.
Their influence varies from county-to-county and is related to the individual county boards. From , all inter-county head coaches must be Award 2 qualified.
The manager is assisted by a team of two or three selectors and an extensive backroom team consisting of various coaches.
Prior to the development of the concept of a manager in the s, teams were usually managed by a team of selectors with one member acting as chairman.
At the end of the All-Ireland final, the winning team is presented with a trophy. The Liam MacCarthy Cup is held by the winning team until the following year's final.
Traditionally, the presentation is made at a special rostrum in the Ard Chomairle section of the Hogan Stand where GAA and political dignitaries and special guests view the match.
The cup is decorated with ribbons in the colours of the winning team. During the game the cup actually has both teams' sets of ribbons attached and the runners-up ribbons are removed before the presentation.
The winning captain accepts the cup on behalf of his team before giving a short speech. Individual members of the winning team then have an opportunity to come to the rostrum to lift the cup.
Born in London to Irish parents in , he was prominently involved in the establishment of a county board in London in the s. The medals are 9 carat gold and depict the design of the GAA.
Trophies are awarded to the All-Ireland runners-up. A miniature replica of the Liam MacCarthy Cup is awarded to the captain of the winning team.
Since , the All-Ireland Championship has been sponsored. The sponsor has usually been able to determine the championship's sponsorship name.
These newsreels were staples for cinema-goers until the s. Following the establishment of 2RN , Ireland's first radio broadcasting station , on 1 January , sports coverage, albeit infrequent, was a feature of the schedules.
Early broadcasts consisted of team announcements and short reports on events of interest. Mehigan carried a live commentary of the All-Ireland semi-final between Kilkenny and Galway.
It was the first live radio broadcast of a field game outside of the United States. Although there was no designated sports department within Irish radio for many years, a two-way relationship between the national broadcaster and the GAA was quickly established.
The GAA, however, were wary that live television coverage would result in lower attendances at games.
In the first All-Ireland hurling final was played with Kerry winning the championship. However, the twentieth century saw Cork , Kilkenny  and Tipperary dominate hurling with each of these counties winning more than 20 All-Ireland titles each.
Wexford , Waterford , Clare , Limerick , Offaly , Antrim , Dublin , and Galway were also strong hurling counties during the twentieth century. As hurling entered the new millennium, it has remained Ireland's second most popular sport.
Pay-for-play remains controversial and the Gaelic Players Association continues to grow in strength. The inauguration of the Christy Ring Cup and Nicky Rackard Cup gave new championships and an opportunity to play in Croke Park to the weaker county teams.
Further dissemination of the championship structure was completed in with the addition of the Lory Meagher Cup to make it a four tier championship.
Hurling was an unofficial sport at the Summer Olympics in St. Louis, Missouri , in the United States. In the final, Fenian F. This was the only time hurling was in the Olympics.
Although many hurling clubs exist worldwide, only Ireland has a national team although it includes only players from weaker counties in order to ensure matches are competitive.
It and the Scotland shinty team have played for many years with modified match rules as with International Rules Football.
The match is the only such international competition. However, competition at club level has been going on around the world since the late nineteenth century thanks to emigration from Ireland, and the strength of the game has ebbed and flowed along with emigration trends.
Irish immigrants began arriving in Argentina in the nineteenth century. The earliest reference to hurling in Argentina dates from the late s in Mercedes, Buenos Aires.
However, the game was not actively promoted until , when it came to the attention of author and newspaperman William Bulfin.
Under Bulfin's patronage, the Argentine Hurling Club was formed on 15 July , leading to teams being established in different neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and the surrounding farming communities.
After the outbreak of World War I , it became almost impossible to obtain hurleys from Ireland. An attempt was made to use native Argentine mountain ash, but it proved too heavy and lacking in pliability.
Although the game was revived after the end of the war, the golden age of Argentine hurling had passed.
World War II finally brought the era to its close. In the aftermath of the Second World War, immigration from Ireland slowed to a trickle. In addition, native born Irish-Argentines assimilated into the local community.
The last time that hurling was played in Argentina was in , when the Aer Lingus Hurling Club conducted a three-week tour of the country and played matches at several locations.
This team will be present in September in the city of Galway. The team consists of 21 players from Hockey and Rugby teams.
Many have contributed to the return of hurling as an activity in the Club. Several Irish have participated in many opportunities to work with the skills and education: The earliest reference to hurling in Australia is related in the book "Sketches of Garryowen.
Reportedly, the hurling match attracted a crowd of five hundred Irish immigrants, while the Orange march shivered out of existence. In , a game between two Sydney based teams took place before a crowd of over ten thousand spectators.
Reportedly, the contest was greatly enjoyed despite the fact that one newspaper dubbed the game "Two Degrees Safer Than War. Hurling was brought to Great Britain in the 19th century.
The game is administered by British GAA. Warwickshire and Lancashire compete at inter-county level in the Lory Meagher Cup , competing against other counties in Ireland.
Soldiers who served in the Irish Brigade during the Anglo-Boer War are believed to have played the game on the veldt.
Immigrants from County Wicklow who had arrived to work in the explosives factory in Umbogintwini , KwaZulu-Natal formed a team c.
A major burst of immigration in the s led to the foundation of the Transvaal Hurling Association in Johannesburg in Games were traditionally played in a pitch on the site of the modern day Johannesburg Central Railway Station every Easter Sunday after Mass.
In , a South African hurling team sailed to Ireland to compete in the Tailteann Games , where they carried a banner donated by a convent of Irish nuns in Cape Town.
South African hurling continued to prosper until the outbreak of the Second World War , which caused immigration from Ireland to cease and made it impossible to import equipment.
Games of hurling and Gaelic football were occasionally sponsored by the Christian Brothers schools in Boksburg and Pretoria well into the s.
Both games have all but ceased to be played. References to hurling on the North American continent date from the s in modern-day Canada concerning immigrants from County Waterford and County Kilkenny ,  and also, in New York City.
After the end of the American Revolution , references to hurling cease in American newspapers until the aftermath of the Great Famine when Irish people moved to America in huge numbers, bringing the game with them.
In , there was an American tour by fifty Gaelic athletes from Ireland, known as the 'American Invasion'. Later, clubs were formed in Boston, Cleveland , and many other centers of Irish America.
In , twenty-two hurlers, composed of an equal number from Chicago and New York, conducted a tour of Ireland, where they played against the County teams from Kilkenny , Tipperary , Limerick , Dublin and Wexford.
Traditionally, hurling was a game played by Irish immigrants and discarded by their children. Many American hurling teams took to raising money to import players directly from Ireland.
In recent years, this has changed considerably with the advent of the Internet and increased travel. Louis Gaelic Athletic Club was established in and has expanded its organization to an eight team hurling league in the spring and six team Gaelic football league in the fall.
They also have a member camogie league. The Indianapolis Hurling Club began in , then reformed in UC Berkeley won the match by 1-point, as well as the most recent best-of-three College Cup, 2 matches to 1.
The Indiana University Hurling Club won all matches of the tournament, and won by four points in the championship final to be crowned the first ever U.
It is also regarded as the fastest moving field team sport in the world. It's a tough game, very much a contact sport, where no quarter is given or asked for.
You'll see sliothars and hurleys flying around at head height and though some players wear helmets, it isn't obligatory and the majority don't even where them!
In accordance with the structure of the GAA, Hurling is an amateur sport played at county and club level. The main competition in Hurling is the Inter-County Championships.
This final is one of the biggest sporting events in the country, as 80, people pack out Ireland's largest stadium, to cheer on their home county and hopefully watch their team lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup.
Over the years the game of Hurling has seen many great teams and challengers. Tipperary, where the game was first codified in the town of Thurles, were a major force during the s reaching six All Ireland Finals from to and winning all but one.
The next decade saw the dominance of two of the game's great contenders, Cork and Kilkenny. From to one of these two hurling superpowers where in the finals and the two met each other at Croke Park three times to compete in some of the game's most memorable matches.
The Kilkenny Cats were winners on two of these occasions, in and , but Cork won in to make it three in a row for the Leesiders.
The s and s saw the rise of teams such as Limerick, Galway, Offaly and Clare who would challenge the dominance of the big three of Cork, Kilkenny and Tipperary.
But in recent years the battle between the old enemies Cork and Kilkenny have been renewed. Cu Chulainn was one of the greatest Irish mythological heroes and legend tells us of his famous feat when, as a young boy and known then as Setanta, he defeated a viscous hound by hitting his ball through the mouth of the hound with his hurley.
For this feat he won the name Cu Chulainn, the Hound of Chulainn. Northern Gaels Hurling Club The sport was probably a central part of the annual Tailteann Games, which is said to have been the oldest and longest recorded continually organized sports event in the world.
They occurred continuously from about BC to AD when they died out shortly after the Norman invasion. After the Norman invasion, Anglo-Norman rulers attempted to eliminate hurling and other forms of Irish culture by issuing the Statutes of Kilkenny in and the Galway Statutes in In , the Gaelic Athletic Association was founded to support and promote Irish games and traditions.
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