All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship
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The All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship is a Gaelic football competition started up in 2004 to be played by the winners of the Junior Club Championship from each County. Prior to that a number of unofficial competitions were held. Winners of each counties junior football championship then progress to there respective provincial junior championships and winners of that competition then progress onto the all Ireland series.
Ardfert a club from Kerry made history when they won the All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship in 2006 and then won the All-Ireland Intermediate Club Football Championship in 2007.
Kerry clubs have enjoyed the most success, with five clubs winning the All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship since its official inauguration in 2004.
John Mitchells of Lancashire reached the 2009 final. They were the first team from outside of Ireland to reach the final.
Roll of honour
|2014||Two Mile House||Kildare||5-07||Fuerty||Roscommon||1-11|
|2009||Skellig Rangers||Kerry||0-10||John Mitchells||Lancashire||0-09|
|2007||St. Patricks, Greencastle||Tyrone||0-13||Duagh||Kerry||0-12|
|2004||Wolfe Tones||Meath||0-14||Carbery Rangers||Cork||0-10|
- Munster Junior Club Football Championship
- Leinster Junior Club Football Championship
- Connacht Junior Club Football Championship
- Ulster Junior Club Football Championship
- "All-Ireland club JFC final: Kildare men win goal fest". Hogan Stand. 9 February 2014. Retrieved 11 February 2014.
- "All-Ireland Club JFC final: Jersey mix-up fails to halt Ballinasloe". Hogan Stand. 24 February 2013. Retrieved 27 February 2013.