Moycullen GAA (Irish: CLG Maigh Cuilinn) is a group title for several Gaelic Athletic Association clubs based in Moycullen, County Galway. The three clubs, Cumann Peil Maigh Cuilinn (Moycullen Football Club), Cumann Iomonaiocht Maigh Cuilinn (Moycullen Hurling Club) and Cumann Camogaiocht Maigh Cuilinn (Moycullen Camogie Club) share playing facilities and cooperate on a number of local community and sporting issues. The clubs are members of the Galway GAA. There are two other clubs in the parish with indirect GAA affiliations, Moycullen Ladies Football Club and Moycullen Handball Club, who also share the club facilities.
The club facilities are situated in the townland of Baile Doite and include two full-size pitches, a 25 square metre all-weather pitch, a 20 metre double sided hurling wall, a 200 capacity covered stand, player changing facilities and some small meeting rooms. The site also includes a stand alone indoor handball complex. There is also considerable capacity for car parking. The history of the GAA in Moycullen goes back to the beginning of the 20th century. It was well organised within the parish by 1914.
Over the years, many players have been honoured in all grades by the county. Paul Clancy, an All-Ireland winner in 1998 and 2001, played with the club and worked as a selector with former senior football manager Alan Mulholland. Gareth Bradshaw is a member of the Galway football panel. Mark Lydon is a 'dual player', having been part of county squads in both football and hurling.
Senior County Titles (1)