List of All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship winners

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The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship is an annual hurling competition established by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1887. The All-Ireland Championship is open to the top hurling teams in Ireland, with 14 teams currently participating. Originally, only the county club champions of their respective county championships were allowed to participate. However, this was changed in the 1890s when teams involving non-county championship-winning players began to emerge. Tipperary, represented by Thurles Sarsfields, won the inaugural championship, beating Galway, represented by Meelick, in the 1887 final.

The prize for the All-Ireland champions is the Liam McCarthy Cup.[1]

Kilkenny hold the record for the most victories, winning the competition thirty-two times since its inception. They have also won the competition the most times in-a-row, winning it four times from 2006 to 2009, a record they share with Cork who won it four times from 1941 to 1944.[2] Kilkenny have also been runners-up the most times, losing the final twenty-five times. The province of Munster has provided the most champions, with sixty-nine wins between all six counties.

The current champions are Clare who beat Cork 5-16 to 3-16 in the 2013 final replay at Croke Park.

Winners[edit]

Finals[edit]

Season Province Winners Score Runners-up Province Venue Attendance Notes
1935 Leinster Kilkenny 2-5 : 2-4 Limerick Munster Croke Park, Dublin 46,591
1936 Munster Limerick 5-6 : 1-5 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 51,235
1937 Munster Tipperary 3-11 : 0-3 Kilkenny Leinster FitzGerald Stadium, Killarney 67,629 [nb 1]
1938 Leinster Dublin 2-7 : 3-3 Waterford Munster Croke Park, Dublin 37,129
1939 Leinster Kilkenny 2-7 : 3-3 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 39,302
1940 Munster Limerick 3-7 : 1-7 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 49,260
1941 Munster Cork 5-11 : 0-6 Dublin Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 26,150
1942 Munster Cork 2-14 : 3-4 Dublin Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 27,313
1943 Munster Cork 5-16 : 0-4 Antrim Ulster Croke Park, Dublin 48,843
1944 Munster Cork 2-13 : 1-2 Dublin Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 26,896
1945 Munster Tipperary 5-6 : 3-6 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 69,459
1946 Munster Cork 7-5 : 3-8 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 64,415
1947 Leinster Kilkenny 0-14 : 2-7 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 61,510
1948 Munster Waterford 6-7 : 4-2 Dublin Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 61,742
1949 Munster Tipperary 3-11 : 0-3 Laois Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 67,168
1950 Munster Tipperary 1-9 : 1-8 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 67,629
1951 Munster Tipperary 7-7 : 3-9 Wexford Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 68,515
1952 Munster Cork 2-14 : 0-7 Dublin Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 71,195
1953 Munster Cork 3-3 : 0-8 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 71,195
1954 Munster Cork 1-9 : 1-6 Wexford Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 84,856
1955 Leinster Wexford 3-13 : 2-8 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 72,854
1956 Leinster Wexford 2-14 : 2-8 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 83,096
1957 Leinster Kilkenny 4-10 : 3-12 Waterford Munster Croke Park, Dublin 70,594
1958 Munster Tipperary 4-9 : 2-5 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 47,276
1959
(R)
Munster Waterford 1-17 : 5-5
3-12 : 1-10
Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 73,707
77,285
[nb 2]
1960 Leinster Wexford 2-15 : 0-11 Tipperary Munster Croke Park, Dublin 77,154
1961 Munster Tipperary 0-16 : 1-12 Dublin Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 67,866
1962 Munster Tipperary 3-10 : 2-11 Wexford Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 75,039
1963 Leinster Kilkenny 4-17 : 6-8 Waterford Munster Croke Park, Dublin 73,123
1964 Munster Tipperary 5-13 : 2-8 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 71,282
1965 Munster Tipperary 2-16 : 0-10 Wexford Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 67,498
1966 Munster Cork 3-9 : 1-10 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 68,249
1967 Leinster Kilkenny 3-8 : 2-7 Tipperary Munster Croke Park, Dublin 64,241
1968 Leinster Wexford 5-8 : 3-12 Tipperary Munster Croke Park, Dublin 63,461
1969 Leinster Kilkenny 2-15 : 2-9 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 66,844
1970 Munster Cork 6-21 : 5-10 Wexford Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 65,062
1971 Munster Tipperary 5-17 : 5-14 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 61,393
1972 Leinster Kilkenny 3-24 : 5-11 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 66,137
1973 Munster Limerick 1-21 : 1-14 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 59,009
1974 Leinster Kilkenny 3-19 : 1-13 Limerick Munster Croke Park, Dublin 62,071
1975 Leinster Kilkenny 2-22 : 2-10 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 63,711
1976 Munster Cork 2-21 : 4-11 Wexford Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 62,684
1977 Munster Cork 1-17 : 3-8 Wexford Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 63,198
1978 Munster Cork 1-15 : 2-8 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 64,155
1979 Leinster Kilkenny 2-12 : 1-8 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 53,535
1980 Connacht Galway 2-15 : 3-9 Limerick Munster Croke Park, Dublin 64,895
1981 Leinster Offaly 2-12 : 0-15 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 71,348
1982 Leinster Kilkenny 3-18 : 1-13 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 59,550
1983 Leinster Kilkenny 2-14 : 2-12 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 58,381
1984 Munster Cork 3-16 : 1-12 Offaly Leinster Semple Stadium, Thurles 59,814 [nb 3]
1985 Leinster Offaly 2-11 : 1-12 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 61,451
1986 Munster Cork 4-13 : 2-15 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 63,451
1987 Connacht Galway 1-12 : 0-9 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 63,596
1988 Connacht Galway 1-15 : 0-14 Tipperary Munster Croke Park, Dublin 63,545
1989 Munster Tipperary 4-24 : 3-9 Antrim Ulster Croke Park, Dublin 65,496
1990 Munster Cork 5-15 : 2-21 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 63,954
1991 Munster Tipperary 1-16 : 1-15 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 64,500
1992 Leinster Kilkenny 3-10 : 1-12 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 64,534
1993 Leinster Kilkenny 2-17 : 1-15 Galway Connact Croke Park, Dublin 63,460
1994 Leinster Offaly 1-13 : 0-14 Limerick Munster Croke Park, Dublin 54,458
1995 Munster Clare 1-13 : 2-8 Offaly Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 65,092
1996 Leinster Wexford 1-13 : 0-14 Limerick Munster Croke Park, Dublin 65,849
1997 Munster Clare 0-20 : 2-13 Tipperary Munster Croke Park, Dublin 65,575
1998 Leinster Offaly 2-16 : 1-13 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 65,491
1999 Munster Cork 0-13 : 0-12 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 62,989
2000 Leintser Kilkenny 5-15 : 1-14 Offaly Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 61,493
2001 Munster Tipperary 2-18 : 2-15 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 68,515
2002 Leinster Kilkenny 2-20 : 0-19 Clare Munster Croke Park, Dublin 76,254
2003 Leinster Kilkenny 1-14 : 1-11 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 79,383
2004 Munster Cork 0-17 : 0-9 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 78,212
2005 Munster Cork 1-21 : 1-16 Galway Connacht Croke Park, Dublin 82,275
2006 Leinster Kilkenny 1-16 : 1-13 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 82,275
2007 Leinster Kilkenny 2-19 : 1-15 Limerick Munster Croke Park, Dublin 82,127
2008 Leinster Kilkenny 3-30 : 1-13 Waterford Munster Croke Park, Dublin 82,186
2009 Leinster Kilkenny 2-22 : 0-23 Tipperary Munster Croke Park, Dublin 82,106
2010 Munster Tipperary 4-17 : 1-18 Kilkenny Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 81,765
2011 Leinster Kilkenny 2-17 : 1-16 Tipperary Munster Croke Park, Dublin 81,214
2012 Leinster Kilkenny 3-22 : 3-11 Galway Leinster Croke Park, Dublin 82,274
2013 Munster Clare 5-16 : 3-16 Cork Munster Croke Park, Dublin 82,276

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Newly built FitzGerald Stadium in Killarney hosted the All-Ireland final due to a builders' strike at Croke Park[3]
  2. ^ This was the last time that an All-Ireland final ended in a draw[4]
  3. ^ The centenary-year All-Ireland final was played in Semple Stadium as a gesture to the town where the GAA was founded[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cups & trophies". Gaelic Athletic Association. Retrieved 8 April 2011. 
  2. ^ "As Kilkenny aim for a historic five-in-a-row, the records show how hard it is to keep winning". Irish Independent. 2 September 2010. Retrieved 8 April 2011. 
  3. ^ "FitzGerald Stadium History". East Kerry GAA. Retrieved 10 April 2011. 
  4. ^ "In Pictures: 1959 SHC Final Replay". RTÉ Sport. 2 September 2008. Retrieved 10 April 2011. 
  5. ^ "Semple Stadium". Tipperary GAA. Retrieved 11 April 2011.