All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship

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The All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship is a gaelic football competition which began in 2004 and is played by the junior club champions of each county. Prior to that a number of unofficial competitions were held.

The winners of each counties junior football championship compete in four provincial championships. The four provincial winners compete in the All Ireland.

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 eight 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 Ireland to reach the final.

Finals Listed By Year[edit]

Year Winner County Score Opponent County Score
2017[1] Glenbeigh-Glencar Kerry 1-14 Rock St. Patrick's Tyrone 1-11
2016[2] Templenoe Kerry 4-13 Ardnaree Sarsfields Mayo 1-9
2015[3] Brosna Kerry 0-9 John Mitchels Lancashire 0-8
2014[4] Two Mile House Kildare 5-7 Fuerty Roscommon 1-11
2013[5] Ballinasloe Galway 0-14 Kenmare Shamrocks Kerry 0-10
2012[6] Naomh Pádraig Galway 1-8 Derrytresk Tyrone 1-7
2011 St. Mary's Kerry 3-13 Swanlinbar Cavan 1-5
2010 Castlegregory Kerry 1-14 Kiltimagh Mayo 0-15
2009 Skellig Rangers Kerry 0-10 John Mitchells Lancashire 0-9
2008 Canovee Cork 1-8 Rock St. Patrick's Tyrone 0-5
2007 St. Patricks, Greencastle Tyrone 0-13 Duagh Kerry 0-12
2006 Ardfert Kerry 1-7 Loughrea Galway 0-9
2005 Finuge Kerry 1-14 Stewartstown Harps Tyrone 0-6
2004 Wolfe Tones Meath 0-14 Carbery Rangers Cork 0-10
2003 Nobber Meath 2-13 Kilmeena Mayo 1-13
2002 Drumgoon Cavan 1-14 Belmullet Mayo 0-12

Provincial Championships[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gritty Glenbeigh-Glencar refuse to lose final battle". Irish Examiner. 20 February 2017. Retrieved 21 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Templenoe reach promised land". Irish Examiner. 8 February 2016. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 
  3. ^ "Glory for Brosna bravehearts". Irish Examiner. 16 February 2015. Retrieved 16 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "All-Ireland club JFC final: Kildare men win goal fest". Hogan Stand. 9 February 2014. Retrieved 11 February 2014. 
  5. ^ "All-Ireland Club JFC final: Jersey mix-up fails to halt Ballinasloe". Hogan Stand. 24 February 2013. Retrieved 27 February 2013. 
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