70 clubs from across Ireland and three more from England will take part in Saturday’s currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Club Seven-a-Side competitions at the St. Sylvester’s GAA and Naomh Mearnóg clubs in Dublin.

Divided across the three grades of Senior, Intermediate and Junior, the competition returns for the first time in three years and the first time under the new sponsor, the current account arm of the Credit Union movement.

Saturday’s event also marks the start of TG4 All-Ireland Finals weekend.

“This sponsorship, combined with our sponsorship of the All-Ireland Club Championships and the National Volunteer awards, is an indication of our commitment to supporting local, regional and national sport at the heart of our culture and community,” said Seamus Newcombe, CEO.

“Together with the TG4 All-Ireland Junior, Intermediate and Senior Finals at Croke Park on Sunday, we are in for a fantastic weekend of sport, camaraderie and competition.”

“The Covid-19 pandemic meant that we could not hold our All-Ireland Club 7s in 2020 and 2021 but we’re back this year and with a great new sponsor,” added Mícheál Naughton, President of the LGFA.

“current account.ie came on board with us during the pandemic in 2020, which was an incredible show of faith in Ladies Football and at a challenging time for sport and business.”

“I wish to thank them most sincerely for their support to date, and I wish continued success to CEO Seamus Newcombe and the entire currentaccount.ie team.”

Corofin and Kilberrin-Clonberne from Galway will be among the teams taking part at Senior level, alongside Clontarf, recent Intermediate All Ireland Champions from Dublin.

Skryne, Gael Colmcille and Abbeydorney will represent Sunday’s Senior All Ireland finalists Meath and Kerry.