Croydon Camogie Club is the oldest surviving club in London and was formed in 1986.
Our members range in age from 18 to 40. Most are Irish born, or 2nd/3rd generation Irish, but we do have a few players with absolutely no Irish connections - all are welcome!
The playing season starts in March, and runs until November. Training takes place twice weekly at Poulter, Park, Mitcham, and games are all played at weekends. The nearest overground station or tram stop is Mitcham Junction (trains direct from Victoria). Lifts can also be arranged from East/West Croydon stations, Surbiton, or Tooting / Morden on the Northern Line.
The social side of the club is equally as important as the competitive edge. After games, we make a point of going out together as a club, and the craic is always fairly good....take a look at some of the photos on the site for an indication of what we mean!!!
In August 2008, the club made history by recording a Guinness World Records™ achievement for the longest camogie marathon, playing for an astonishing 24 hours and 7 minutes!