|This article relies on references to primary sources. (March 2008)|
|CLG Seán Uí Mhisteil Clóidigh|
|Club colours:||Blue and White|
|Grounds:||Páirc Uí Néill|
John Mitchel's GAC Claudy (Irish: CLG Seán Uí Mhisteil Clóidigh) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Claudy, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The club is a member of Derry GAA and currently caters for Gaelic football. The club is named after Irish patriot and revolutionary John Mitchel, as is that in Glenullin in the same county.
Claudy fields boys' and girls' football teams at Under-6, U-8 and U-10; boys'/men's teams at U-12, U-14, U-16, Minor, Reserve and Senior levels; and ladies teams at Under-12, U-14, U-16 and Senior levels. Underage teams up to U-12s play in North Derry league and championships, from U-14 upwards teams compete in All-Derry competitions. The club currently competes in the Derry Intermediate Football Championship and Division 2 of the Derry All-County Football League.
Notable players 
- Patsy Gormley - Goalkeeper on Derry's 1958 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship runners-up side.
- Brothers Martin and Gavin Donaghy have represented Derry at underage and senior level.
- Patrick Hargan and Aidan McLaughlin represented the county in Ulster and All-Ireland Minor Finals in 2007.
- Aaron Kerrigan represented Derry's U-21s in 2011.
The North Derry County Board held a meeting in St Patrick's Hall, Claudy in 1921, but was forced to disperse after coming under gun attack from the A Specials. Many GAA members were interned without trial. This had the effect of bringing Gaelic games in the area to a standstill.
In the early 1930s Alfie Devine from the village tried to encourage the establishment of the GAA in Claudy and also tried to organise a North Derry County Board. John Mitchel's GAC was founded and the opening game was played in July 1934 against Craigbane Lamh Dhearg. The North Derry Board was formed in 1936. After being a member of the North Derry Board for a short while, the club affiliated to the Derry City Board in 1935. In 1946 the club moved back to the North Derry Board.
Mitchel's first major success came in 1957 when they won the Dr Kerlin Cup, defeating Ballerin, who won the Derry Senior Football Championship that year. The club won the North Derry Minor Football Championship two years later, before being beaten by Magherafelt in the All-Derry Minor Championship final.
The 1960s proved to be one of Claudy's most successful decades ever. In that time they won the North Derry Senior Football League a few times, Neal Carlin Cup, Mahon Cup and reached a Derry Senior Championship semi-final, where they were beaten by Newbridge.
- Dr. Kerlin Cup 5
- 1957, 1970, 1975, 1985, 1990
- Derry Intermediate Reserve Football Championship: 2
- 2000, 2007
- North Derry Minor 'A' Football Championship: 1
- North Derry Minor 'A' Football League: 2
- 1990, 1991
- North Derry Minor 'B' Football Championship: 2
- 1999, 2007
- North Derry Minor 'B' Football League: 2
- 1999, 2000
- Carlin Duffy Cup: 1
- North Derry U-16 'B' Football Championship: 1
Note: The above lists may be incomplete. Please add any other honours you know of.
North Derry U-16 'B' Football Championship: 1 1997
North Derry U-16 'B' Football league: 1 2008
See also 
- "Club history - 1930s". Retrieved 2007-09-13.