Glasgow Gaels Gaelic Football Club or Glasgow Gaels GFC (Irish: Cumann Peile Gaeil Glaschu) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Glasgow. The team is a member of the Scottish GAA and are one of the most successful Scottish teams of all time. They currently cater for both Men's Gaelic football, junior and senior levels, Ladies' Gaelic football, and Juvenile Gaelic Football. The teams have competed in the All Britain championships, reaching the Men's All-British semi-finals in 2006 and most recently winning the Ladies All-British Junior Final in 2016 after being runners-up in 2015. The ladies made history in 2016 by winning their first ever Scottish Senior League Title. In 2016, the ladies were also victorious against the European Champions, Belgium GAA, and advanced to the All-Ireland Quarter Final against Dublin's St. Maurs. The Junior Men made history with their first ever league and championship titles in 2016, defeating Dunedin Connollys on both occasions. They are currently associated with Glasgow University GAA and Stirling University GAA. They have also been featured on Joe.ie's "80 clubs around the World" in 2016.
Home matches are currently played in Peterson Park, Yoker, known locally as 'Yoke Park'.