London GAA has announced there will be no cost of admission for supporters at all 2022 Allianz League games at McGovern Park to entice an army of home support after a two-year break.

The county's hurling and football teams return to inter-county action over the next two months as the pandemic forced activity to an abrupt halt in March 2020.

The initiative looks to reward players for their efforts with increased home support, and to create a 'Club London' atmosphere for five weekends over February and March to promote Gaelic games at its highest level in the English capital.

London's first home game in the football campaign is a Division 4 clash for Michael Maher's side against Waterford on 6 February, while Kevin McMullan's hurlers welcome Mayo to the Ruislip venue on 13 February.

London GAA chairperson Donal Corbett says: "London GAA's decision to forego gate receipts for the five home national league games was made to encourage all London Gaels to come and support our hurling and football teams.

"Whilst the income from the national league is required to fund London GAA, we feel that after no inter-county activity since March 2020 we needed to do what we can to support our players and management who are putting in every effort for the upcoming league campaign.

"Since March 2020 we realise, we have lost a particularly important focus and that is our county teams, and we look forward to the Gaels of London coming to our home games."

Full list of London GAA home fixtures in the National League:


6 February - London v Waterford

27 February - London v Wexford

20 March - London v Cavan


13 February - London v Mayo

6 March - London v Wicklow