What is grma?
‘grma’ stands for ‘go raibh maith agat’ and is a new rewards programme being rolled out by the GAA as a ‘thank you’ to its members and supporters for their participation in GAA activities.
How does it work?
Joining the grma programme provides you with the opportunity to earn points for the purchase of selected GAA products and engaging with GAA activities (e.g. going to matches); and to exchange the earned points for rewards, including ticket vouchers, partner discounts and special offers.
How do I join the grma programme?
Go to the registration page and fill out your details to join the programme.
You will then receive an email asking you to validate your application. You must click on the link in this email to complete your registration.
I don’t know my GAA Membership Number, how do I find out what it is?
Every Member of the GAA who is registered by their club has a GAA membership number. This number is available on request from your GAA Club Registrar (or other designated officer).
Do I need to have a GAA Membership Number to sign up to the grma programme?
Both GAA Club members and supporters can sign up to the grma programme.
If you are a GAA Club member registered for 2017, you must provide your membership number so that we can validate this and complete your grma programme registration. If you do not know your membership number, this is available on request from your GAA Club Registrar (or other designated officer).
If you are a GAA supporter and are not a GAA Club member, you can still sign up for the grma programme and you will receive a grma number once you have completed your online registration.
I’ve already joined my Club, why do I need to ‘re-join’ the grma programme?
In order to comply with Data Protection legislation, we need your consent to contact you. You are asked to provide this as part of your registration for the grma programme, hence the need to specifically ‘join’ grma.
Is the grma programme open to International audiences?
The grma programme is being rolled out on a phased basis and will initially only be available to GAA Club members and supporters on the island of Ireland. International GAA Clubs and supporters will be included in subsequent phases of the programme.
If I am under 18 years of age, am I eligible to join the programme?
Participants of the grma programme must be at least 18 years of age.
Is there a deadline for registering to participate in the programme?
No, you can register at any time. In order to earn points and avail of offers this season however, we recommend registering as soon as possible.
I have not received an email to complete my grma registration?
This email may have slipped into your spam or promotions folder so please check both folders just in case.
If you are still experiencing difficulties, please let us know via this Contact Form.
What do the Terms and Conditions apply to?
The Terms and Conditions form the contract between the GAA and the participant of the grma programme. They reiterate how the grma programme operates. By registering to the programme, the participant agrees to abide by the terms of the programme
I am getting an error message when I try to login. What do I do now?
What is my username?
The email address used when registering is your username.
I lost my password. What do I do?
You can request a ‘Password Reset‘, which will then be sent to your email address. Please use this link to reset your password.
Can I use the same email address to register two different members?
To register for the grma programme, you must each have an individual email address.
Do you receive reward points for the purchase of a GAA Season Ticket?
We are currently working on the process to allow Season Ticket Holders to validate their season ticket and receive grma points. 100 points will be allocated for each valid season ticket, irrespective of matches attended, so season ticket holders will receive all points in one transaction and will not need to record attendance at games. Season ticket holders will be notified once this process is set up.
I am getting an error message when I try to register for the programme. What should I do now?
To help us investigate the cause of your issue, please email us at email@example.com attaching the following:
a. Screenshot of your Registration Page displaying your Full Name, GAA membership number (if applicable), your Club, Date of Birth, email address.
b. Exact error message you are receiving.
I never received my confirmation email after registering. How do I receive it?
Your registration email may have slipped into your spam or promotions folder so please check both folders just in case. If you are still unable to locate it, click here to request this email be resent to you.
Is the programme open to LGFA/Camogie members?
Camogie and LGFA are not currently in scope for the grma programme.
I am a Club Registrar/Secretary. Can I bulk upload the members of my club?
Club Members must register themselves for the grma programme in order to comply with data protection legislation. As Registrar/Secretary, you can facilitate this by providing your members with their membership number once they renew. They can then sign up to the grma programme.
As a Club Secretary, can I get a list of all of the members of my Club that have registered for the programme to date?
Due to data protection laws, we are unable to give you a list of registered grma members. However, we can give you the number of members who have registered from your club. We appreciate your assistance in promoting the programme to your members.
My Club name is spelt incorrectly. What do I do?
Please email your Club name to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will investigate this further.
Will I receive automated emails on offers by email/text?
Registered members will receive ongoing updates of latest offers once they log into their profile and via email.
Is there a version ‘as Gaeilge’ of the website, for those of us who prefer to use Irish?
At this time in GAA digital developments, all of our platforms are in English. A multi-lingual presence across some sites is on our roadmap. Membership Cards for those who register to the grma programme are being produced in English and Irish.
Have another question?
If you have any further questions please complete this Contact Form and we’ll be in touch.
Alternatively, you can contact the grma programme Help Desk during the hours of 9.30am – 5.30pm (GMT) Monday to Friday, excluding Bank Holidays. If calling from the Republic of Ireland dial +353-1-513 7074 or from Northern Ireland dial 0871 641 7260. Callers from the Republic of Ireland will be charged at local landline rates. Callers from Northern Ireland will be charged at no more than 10p per minute. Calls from mobiles, and other network providers may vary. Calls may be recorded and may be monitored.