Dromard GAA Club is located on the border of Longford, Cavan and Leitrim. This County Longford GAA Club is the soul of it's rural community, being the focal point for most local activities.
To understand the soul of the club, you must understand the environment in which is belongs, no village, no pub, beautiful rolling hills, quiet fishing lakes, a 'can do' attitude and best of all strong community spirit. All this has enabled the Dromard Club to develop a top class GAA facility including an all weather pitch, a minor pitch, a large club house (including 4 Dressing Rooms).
On the playing field Dromard have won Senior Championships in 1946, 1999, 2005 and 2007. Dromard has won five U21 A Championships in a row (2005, 2006, 2007,2008 and 2009). For the past few years, Dromard have introduced a policy of ensuring that everyone who wishes to play football would get the chance. In 2008, the club fielded three independent championship teams (Senior, Intermediate and Junior) and four league teams.
Over 70 senior players got a chance to play, which is incredible for a small parish with 450 houses or so. It's Minor club is called St. Francis, and they provide football and Irish music, dance and culture activities for all children in the area. The football focuses on fun games for under 8 to under 12. Then competitive games for under 14, under 16 and under 18 (Minor). In all over 90 children are actively playing sports. Again your support would be very much appreciated by all our club members, management team and players.