The No Name Club is a national, voluntary, youth organisation. There are more than 50 clubs throughout Ireland with over 1,500 active members.
The No Name Club was founded to provide an alternative to pub culture for the young people of Ireland. It seeks to demonstrate a lifestyle in which the use of alcohol or drugs is seen to be unnecessary to the enjoyment of a good, happy, cheerful social life for young people. Members of the No Name Clubs learn through experience in the clubs that they can make friends, enjoy social outings and have great fun in a warm, friendly and healthy atmosphere without the use of alcohol or drugs. It is a club for young people, organised by young people, with the help and guidance of adult leaders.