The Club opened a Social Club on the Loughgall Road on 2 April 1980.
Roll of Honour
Many of the Clubs players have gone on to play inter-county football (winning Celtic Crosses) and indeed represent their province and their country via the international rules series
The Club is proud to have continued the vision of our fore fathers. Today Armagh Harps (Na Clairsigh) is a vibrant example of an enterprising GAA Club playing an integral role in the local Community. The Club is the proud owner of two pitches and a Social Club and has ambitious plans for a new facility that will sustain development for our children’s children. Although Armagh Harps is a sporting, community and voluntary organisation the Club is run and managed in a professional manner. The Club has developed its “openness” to encourage involvement from all sections of the community regardless of age, gender, religious or community background. The Club is proud of its on and off-field achievements and is committed to continuous improvement to achieve further success and to provide Gaelic games and culture to our local community.