1920 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
|Dates||9 May 1920 - 14 May 1922|
|Winning team||Dublin (3rd win)|
|No. matches played||13|
|All-Star Team||See here|
The 1920 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was the 34th staging of the All-Ireland hurling championship since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1887. The championship began on 9 May 1920 and ended on 14 May 1922.
The final stages of the championship were delayed due to the ongoing War of Independence.
A total of fourteen teams contested the championship, the same as the previous championship, however, there were some changes of personnel, with Westmeath replacing Laois in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship.
|First round 9 May 1920||Louth||5-2 - 3-4||Meath||Dundalk|
|Semi-final 18 May 1920||Wexford||4-1 - 8-00||Kilkenny||New Ross|
|Quarter-final 13 June 1920||Louth||v||Westmeath||Páirc Tailteann|
|Quarter-final 13 June 1920||Dublin||8-6 - 2-3||Offaly||Croke Park|
|Semi-final 4 July 1920||Dublin||8-6 - 3-2||Westmeath||Croke Park|
|Final 18 July 1920||Kilkenny||2-2 - 4-5||Dublin||Croke Park|
|Quarter-final 6 June 1920||Clare||2-2 - 5-3||Tipperary||Cusack Park|
|Quarter-final 13 June 1920||Waterford||0-00 - 10-3||Limerick||Fraher Field|
|Semi-final 13 June 1920||Kerry||2-3 - 2-5||Cork||Tralee Sportsfield|
|Semi-final 8 August 1920||Limerick||5-7 - 3-3||Tipperary||Riverstown|
|Final 2 April 1922||Cork||3-4 - 0-5||Limerick||Cork Athletic Grounds|
|Semi-final 24 October 1920||Dublin||6-3 - 1-4||Galway||Croke Park|
|Final 14 May 1922||Dublin||4-9 - 4-3||Cork||Croke Park|
- The Munster final between Cork and Limerick was originally scheduled for 29 August 1920, however, due to the hunger strike of the Lord Mayor of Cork Terence MacSwiney, the game did not take place until 2 April 1922.
- Not one of the Dublin hurling team that won the All-Ireland final was born in Dublin.
- Corry, Eoghan, The GAA Book of Lists (Hodder Headline Ireland, 2005).
- Donegan, Des, The Complete Handbook of Gaelic Games (DBA Publications Limited, 2005).
- "All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Roll of Honour". The GAA website. Retrieved 28 July 2011.