1983 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
|Winning team||Dublin (21st win)|
|Player of the Year||Tommy Drumm (Dublin)|
The 1983 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was won by Dublin in a final that was contested with Galway. The final was played at Croke Park with a packed attendance of 71,988. The final finished on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-08 in Dublin's favour. The final proved to be quite a controversial game with Dublin having three players sent off and Galway one. It was dubbed the Game of Shame.
Kilkenny took no part in the Championship from this year on.
12 June 1983
|Offaly||2-18 – 1-8||Wexford|
Referee: K Campbell
28 June 1983
|Donegal||1-14 – 1-9||Monaghan|
24 July 1983
|Donegal||1-14 – 1-11||Cavan|
18 September 1983
|Dublin||1-10 - 1-8||Galway|