Antrim Camogie consists of 25 clubs, All Saints, Armoy, Ballycastle, Brídíní Oga, Cargin, Creggan, Cushendall, Dunloy, Glenavy, Gort na Mona, Lamh Dhearg, Loch Mor Dal gCais, Loughgiel, Moneyglass, St. Endas, Naomh Padraig Camogie club, St. Pauls, Portglenone, Rasharkin, Rossa, St. Johns Carnlough, St. Johns Belfast, Ahoghill, St.Brigids GAC, Tir Na Nog.
In all Antrim have made 16 appearances in the All-Ireland Senior series winning 6 including the famous 3 in a row from 1945 to 47, (details in table below), 5 appearances in the All Ireland Intermediate (senior B), WINNING 2- 1999, 2001(W), 2002, 2003(W), 2011. Antrim have made 3 appearances in the All Ireland Junior Championship winning 2- 1981, 1997(w) 2010(w)
Antrim has a strong history of camogie with clubs established here soon after the national body was organised in 1904. Our first club championship in 1932 and Antrim has won six All-Ireland Senior titles, the most recent in 1979. Antrim has won All-Ireland and provincial titles at all levels and in 2017 won the All-Ireland minor B title, the All-Ireland under 15 blitz, Ulster Minor and Under 16 titles while our clubs and schools regularly win provincial titles.