Fáilte!

Welcome to the official website of Edmonton's Irish Centre.

Cultural Events

Click here to read about Irish Culture here at the Club

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Social Events

Click here to read about our Social events at the Club.

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Sports Events

Click here to read about the Sports events we have at the Club.

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Covid-19 – ISSS Executive Response – May Update

As a result of the recent 3 stage plan announcement for re opening ; our patio will be re-opening on June 2nd.

We will be open on Wednesdays to Sundays effective Wednesday June 2, 2021 at 4 PM.

Members Only
Children are welcome on Saturdays and Sundays.

Please note the restrictions are a maximum of 4 people to a table, same household only, or 2 close contacts for those living alone.

Distancing and masking remain in effect.

Our patio will be open weather permitting. Please watch our Facebook page for any changes to opening hours.
Our kitchen is open Wednesday to Saturday and take out is available by calling 780-453-2249.

Please Note the following regarding patio seating :
*Members only
*Table Service only

Same rules apply to patio seating as indoor seating. When not seated, masks are required, social distancing is maintained and same household seating up to a maximum of 6 people at a table.

No Smoking on the patio. The patio is under AGLC licensing, therefore smoking is permitted in the usual designated areas and not allowed on the patio.

We thank you and appreciate your continued cooperation and assistance in getting through these challenging times.

IS&SS Executive

Visit the following websites for more information on COVID-19:
alberta.ca;
albertahealthservices.ca;
edmonton.ca

Temporary Hours of Operation: PATIO SERVICE ONLY
Wednesday to Friday – 4pm to 10pm
Saturday – 2pm to 10pm
Sunday – 3pm to 8pm

A brief history

The Edmonton Irish Sports and Social Society can trace its origins to a meeting on April 18th, 1958, when a group of newcomers formed the Edmonton Gaels. In February 1959 they adopted the title Irish Sports and Social Club, and soon saw the formation of the Shamrock Rovers soccer club. On November 28th, 1962 the club attained society status and thus became the Irish Sports and Social Society.

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