GAA refers to the Gaelic Athletic Association, the governing body of Gaelic Football and Hurling, not to a sport. The GAA was founded in 1884, but its sports pre-date that by centuries. It is not known for sure when the first games of each were played, especially Hurling. There is a record of a Gaelic Football match in Meath in the year 1670, but it would not have been the first match ever. So it is impossible to say who were the first two teams to play either Gaelic Football or Hurling.
the first ever match was invented in 1905
Jim Duggan was the first ever winner of the Royal Rumble match.
The first ever international match was between England and Scotland and the final score was 0-0
Kurt Angle won the first ever Armageddon Hell in a Cell Match.
The first soccer player would be whoever took kick off in the first ever match. The first ever international match was between England and Scotland in 1860. The first club match is not as far as I know record.
India won his first ever test match in 1952 against England at Chepauk Stadium at the then Madras.
The first match was in 1863 the match ended Mortlake, London 0, Barns common 0.
I think Spofforth.