MACROOM GAA Club has a long standing tradition in the history of the GAA. It was first affiliated in 1886 to the Cork County Board and has maintained an unbroken record since then.
The footballers of Macroom have represented their club, County and Provence through the decades and it is fitting that the first All Ireland won by the Cork Senior Football team in 1911 had representatives from Macroom and the most recent All Ireland senior football title won by Cork in 2010 again had representatives from Macroom.
Macroom currently compete in the Premier Intermediate Football grade in Cork, they have a long and storied history of success in Cork Club football at both Adult and Juvenile level.
Notable achievements include being the holders of ten Senior County Football titles, two Intermediate County Football titles, one Lower Intermediate County football title, six Junior A Mid Cork football titles.
The club wears home colours of green jerseys with a white stripe across it, white shorts and green and white socks. It’s main home pitch is located in the Castle Grounds in the Centre of Macroom town in a pitch called Bishop McEgan Park. It also has three playing pitches located in Gurteenroe called Tom Creedon Park.