1979–80 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship
|Dates||12 April 1980 – 1 June 1980|
|All Ireland Champions|
|Winners||Castlegar (1st win)|
|All Ireland Runners-up|
|Total Goals||12 (3.00 per game)|
|Total Points||79 (19.75 per game)|
The 1979–80 All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship was the tenth season of the All-Ireland Senior Club Hurling Championship, the Gaelic Athletic Association's premier club hurling tournament. The All-Ireland series began on 12 April 1980 and ended on 1 June 1980.
|28 October 1979 First round||Naomh Moninne||0-3 - 6-13||Carnew Emmets||St. Brigid's Park, Dundalk|
|25 November 1979 Quarter-final||Kinnitty||3-16 - 0-6||Ballyhale Shamrocks||St. Brendan's Park, Birr|
|25 November 1979 Quarter-final||Carnew Emmets||1-6 - 4-11||Rathnure||Aughrim Park|
|21 October 1979 Semi-final||Dunhill||3-9 - 2-8||Sixmilebridge||Páirc Uí Bhriain, Dunhill|
|25 November 1979 Semi-final||Blackrock||6-8 - 1-6||Patrickswell||Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork|
|11 November 1979 Final||Ballycastle McQuillans||0-11 - 0-8||Ballycran||St. Patrick's Park, Ballycastle|
|27 April 1980 Semi-final||Ballycastle McQuillans||3-9 - 0-8||Crumlin||Croke Park, Dublin|
|25 May 1980 Semi-final||Castlegar||2-9 - 0-9||Blackrock||Páirc Naomh Mhuire, Athenry|
|1 June 1980 Final||Castlegar||1-11 - 1-8||Ballycastle McQuillans||Páirc Tailteann, Navan|
- Blackrock of Cork set the all-time record by winning a fifth Munster title.
- Crumlin become the first team from Dublin to win the Leinster title.
- The All-Ireland final between Castlegar and McQuillan's was a unique affair as it was the first final to feature teams from Connacht and Ulster. Castlegar win the All-Ireland for the first time in their history, thus becoming the first Connacht team to win the title.
- "The spirit of the Shamrock". Irish Examiner. 14 November 2009. Retrieved 24 July 2015.
- Ní Fhlatharta, Bernie (20 August 2013). "1980 change of luck was all down to Pope John Paul II". Connacht Tribune. Retrieved 24 July 2015.