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Gaelic football is a form of football derived from traditional Irish ball games. Played between two teams of fifteen players on a rectangular grass pitch, the objective is to score by passing the ball into the other team's goal or between a set of two upright posts separated by a crossbar. Players advance the football up the field with a combination of carrying, bouncing, kicking, hand-passing, and soloing (dropping the ball and toe-kicking it into your own hands).
One of the most popular sports in Ireland, Gaelic football is a fast-paced, outdoor game played on a field larger than a football pitch. It builds your stamina, agility and hand-eye coordination and, as players can only move four steps with the ball, the whole team is involved throughout the game. There are numerous opportunities to compete if you're in Ireland or anywhere there's an Irish community.