1943 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
|Winning team||Roscommon (1st win)|
9 May 1943
|Westmeath||1-5 – 2-2||Longford|
23 May 1943
Preliminary Round Replay
|Longford||2-6 – 1-8||Westmeath|
16 May 1943
|Tipperary||2-7 – 0-9||Waterford|
20 June 1943
|Tipperary||3-5 – 2-6||Clare|
25 July 1943
|Cork||1-7 – 1-4||Tipperary|
8 August 1943
|Roscommon||3-10 – 3-6||Louth|
26 September 1943
|Roscommon||1-6 – 1-6||Cavan|
10 October 1943
|Roscommon||2-7 – 2-2||Cavan|
- The Wexford vs Kilkenny game was Kilkenny's only game (1931-1961) & also was the last championship game to be played at New Ross until 1997.
- Louth win the Leinster championship for the 1st time since 1912.
- Roscommon won the All Ireland title for the first time ever becoming the third county from Connacht after Galway in 1925 and then Mayo in 1936 to do so they also won their Connacht title since 1914. The complete All Ireland Series from the Semi-final's of Roscommon vs Louth, Cavan vs Cork and the final between Roscommon and Cavan were all the first championship meetings of the teams.
- The All-Ireland final ends in a draw and goes to a replay for the first time since 1938.