1984 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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1984 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Kerry (28th win)
Captain Ambrose O'Donovan
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Tyrone
Connacht Galway
Championship statistics
Player of the Year Jack O'Shea (Kerry)
1983
1985

The 1984 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was played from May to September 1984. The final was between old enemies Kerry and Dublin. Kerry won the final by a scoreline of 0-14 to 1-6.

Results[edit]

Connacht[edit]

3 June 1984
Quarter-Final
Galway 3-16 – 0-10 London

10 June 1984
Quarter-Final
Leitrim 1-14 – 0-9 Sligo

17 June 1984
Semi-Final
Galway 1-17 – 0-7 Roscommon

24 June 1984
Semi-Final
Mayo 3-14 – 1-8 Leitrim
Castlebar
Attendance: 12,832

9 July 1984
Final
Galway 2-13 – 2-9 Mayo
Galway
Attendance: 17,560

Leinster[edit]

10 June 1984
Quarter-Final
Offaly 0-15 – 1-12 Longford
Longford
Referee: P Collins

17 June 1984
Quarter-Final Replay
Offaly 3-15 – 3-10 Longford
Croke Park
Referee: P Collins

June 1984
Quarter-Final
Dublin 4-12 – 0-9 Wexford
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24 June 1984
Semi-Final
Dublin 0-13 – 0-5 Offaly
Croke Park
Referee: P Kavanagh

29 July 1984
Final
Dublin 2-10 – 1-9 Meath
Croke Park
Attendance: 56,000

Munster[edit]

10 June 1984
Semi-Final
Kerry 0-23 – 0-6 Tipperary

17 June 1984
Semi-Final
Cork 3-11 – 1-5 Clare

1 July 1984
Final
Kerry 3-14 – 2-10 Cork

Ulster[edit]

20 May 1984
Quarter-Final
Down 3-6 – 0-8 Fermanagh

27 May 1984
Preliminary Round
Derry 1-13 – 0-14 Cavan

27 May 1984
Quarter-Final
Monaghan 2-17 – 1-6 Antrim

3 June 1984
Quarter-Final
Armagh 1-10 – 0-12 Donegal

10 June 1984
Quarter-Final
Tyrone 1-13 – 3-4 Derry

17 June 1984
Semi-Final
Armagh 2-8 – 0-9 Monaghan

24 June 1984
Semi-Final
Tyrone 0-10 – 0-5 Down

15 July 1984
Final
Tyrone 0-15 – 1-7 Armagh

All-Ireland[edit]

12 August 1984
Kerry 2-17 - 0-11 Galway

22 August 1984
Dublin 2-11 - 0-8 Tyrone

23 September 1984
Kerry 0-14 - 1-6 Dublin