Austin O'Kennedy, a top GAA doctor who oversaw all Donegal county teams for 22 years, has also been involved with Four Masters for even longer.
Tom Conaghan who managed the Four Masters to two county championships in 1982 and 1984 went on to manage the county team during the late 80s. He managed Donegal to the 1989 Ulster Final which they lost in a replay to Tyrone.
The club has more All Stars Awards than any other club in the county, Donal Monaghan winning one in 1974 the year he was Man of the Match against Down in the final of the Ulster Senior Football Championship, Joyce McMullan winning one 1990, Paul Durcan winning one in 2012 and Karl Lacey winning four in 2006 and 2009 at corner back and 2011 and 2012 at centre-half back. He also won the GAA GPA Player of the year award in 2012.
^Cullen, Damian (20 September 2012). "Final countdown". The Irish Times (Irish Times Trust). Retrieved 20 September 2012. The strongholds of Gaelic football in the county – particularly since the turn of this century – such as Gweedores Gaoth Dobhair, Letterkennys St Eunans, Ardara, Four Masters from Donegal Town and Naomh Conaill from Glenties have all been well represented on the pitch this summer.
^"Huge crowds expected in The Diamond for Donegal's heroes". Donegal Daily. 24 September 2012. Retrieved 24 September 2012. Gardaí have revealed that the Diamond area and surrounding streets will be closed to traffic from around 4pm onwards to prepare for the huge crowds expected on the streets. The homecoming to the Diamond is being organised by the local Four Masters club who are co-ordinating parking.