2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
|Dates||2 May - 26 September 2004|
|Winning team||Kerry (33rd win)|
|Captain||Dara Ó Cinnéide|
|No. matches played||66|
|Goals total||122 (1.85 per game)|
|Points total||1584 (24 per game)|
|Top Scorer||Mattie Forde (3-38)|
|Player of the Year||Colm Cooper|
The 2004 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, known for sponsorship reasons as the 2004 Bank of Ireland All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the premier Gaelic football competition in 2005. It consisted of 33 teams and began on Sunday 2 May 2004. The championship concluded on Sunday 26 September 2004, when Mayo were defeated by Kerry by 1-20 to 2-9.
- 1 Format
- 2 Munster Senior Football Championship
- 3 Leinster Senior Football Championship
- 4 Ulster Senior Football Championship
- 5 Connacht Senior Football Championship
- 6 All-Ireland qualifiers
- 7 All-Ireland series
- 8 Top Scorer
- 9 References
Since the introducation of the so-called "back-door" system, a number of changes have taken place in the championship format. In 2004 the following system was used:
- Round 1 of the qualifiers includes all the counties (except New York) that do not qualify for the Provincial Semi-Finals. An open draw will be made to give eight pairings.
- Round 2 consists of the eight defeated teams in the Provincial Semi-Finals playing against the eight winners from Round 1. A draw will be made to determine the eight pairings.
- Round 3 will consist of the eight winners from Round 2. Another open draw will be made to determine the four pairings.
- Round 4 consists of each of the four teams defeated in the Provincial Finals shall playing against the four winners from Round 3. A draw will be made to determine the four pairings.
The All-Ireland Quarter-Finals: Each of the four Provincial Champions will play one of the four winners from Round 4. The All-Ireland Semi-Finals shall be on a Provincial rots basis, initially determined by the Central Council. If a Provincial Championship winning team is defeated in its Quarter-Final, the team that defeats it shall take its place in the Semi-Final.
|Quarter Finals||Semi Finals||Final|
|Round 1||Quarter Finals||Semi Finals||Final|
|Preliminary Round||Quarter Finals||Semi Finals||Final|
|Quarter Finals||Semi Finals||Final|
20 June 2004
|Roscommon||0-13 - 1-10||Leitrim|
Tipperary withdrew from the competition following the resignation of their manager, Andy Shorthall, giving Fermanagh a walkover into Round 2.
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Offaly||2-17 - 1-16||Kildare||St Conleth's Park, Newbridge|
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Longford||4-15 - 1-16||Monaghan||St Tiernach's Park, Clones|
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Clare||1-15 - 1-07||Sligo||Cusack Park, Ennis|
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Down||1-19 - 1-13||Carlow||Dr. Cullen Park, Carlow|
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Derry||1-15 - 1-10||Wicklow||Aughrim|
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Louth||2-13 - 0-14||Antrim||Drogheda Park, Drogheda|
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Dublin||3-24 - 0-06||London||Parnell Park, Dublin|
|Round 1 12 June 2004||Fermanagh||Not played||Tipperary||Semple Stadium, Thurles|
|Round 2 3 July 2004||Galway||2-08 - 0-09||Louth||Parnell Park, Dublin|
|Round 2 3 July 2004||Longford||1-14 - 1-05||Waterford||Pearse Park, Longford|
|Round 2 3 July 2004||Cork||0-15 - 0-11||Clare||Cusack Park, Ennis|
|Round 2 3 July 2004||Dublin||1-13 - 0-04||Leitrim||Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon|
|Round 2 3 July 2004||Tyrone||1-15 - 0-10||Down||Newry|
|Round 2 3 July 2004||Fermanagh||0-19 - 2-12||Meath||Enniskillen|
|Round 2 4 July 2004||Derry||0-25 - 2-09||Cavan||Celtic Park, Derry|
|Round 2 10 July 2004||Wexford||2-14 - 0-15||Offaly||Wexford Park, Wexford|
|Round 3 10 July 2004||Dublin||1-17 - 0-11||Longford||O'Moore Park, Portlaoise|
|Round 3 17 July 2004||Fermanagh||0-18 - 0-11||Cork||Croke Park, Dublin|
|Round 3 17 July 2004||Tyrone||1-16 - 0-11||Galway||Croke Park, Dublin|
|Round 3 17 July 2004||Derry||2-16 - 2-05||Wexford||Parnell Park, Dublin|
|Round 4 24 July 2004||Derry||0-10 - 0-07||Limerick||Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon|
|Round 4 24 July 2004||Fermanagh||1-10 - 0-12||Donegal||St Tiernach's Park, Clones|
|Round 4 1 August 2004||Dublin||1-14 - 0-13||Roscommon||Croke Park, Dublin|
|Round 4 1 August 2004||Tyrone||3-15 - 2-04||Laois||Croke Park, Dublin|
|Dara Ó Cinnéide||Kerry||2-25||31|