Last updated : Tuesday, 28 November 2023
The Carlow League is an amateur Gaelic football league in County Carlow, Ireland. It was founded in 1924 and currently consists of 12 clubs. The league is divided into two divisions, Division 1 and Division 2. The top two teams in Division 1 at the end of the season play in the Carlow Senior Football Championship.
The Carlow League was founded in 1924 by a group of local GAA enthusiasts. The inaugural chairman of the league was Michael Murphy. The first ever Carlow League final was played in 1925, with St Patrick's winning the title.
The Carlow League has been won by a number of different clubs over the years. The most successful club is St Patrick's, who have won the title 23 times. Other successful clubs include Éire Óg, St Martin's, and Bagenalstown.
The current season of the Carlow League is underway. The top two teams in Division 1 at the end of the season will play in the Carlow Senior Football Championship. The bottom two teams in Division 1 will be relegated to Division 2.
The current leaders of Division 1 are St Patrick's. They are followed by Éire Óg and St Martin's. The bottom two teams in Division 1 are Bagenalstown and Tinryland.