1896 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
|Winning team||Limerick (2nd win)|
The 1896 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the tenth staging of Ireland's premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. It was the first championship in which a goal was worth three points. Limerick won their second, and so far last, title.
The final was abandoned after 50 minutes of play. It was refixed on several occasions but never replayed. On 2 January 1898 Dublin were awarded the Leinster title.
3 November 1897
|Limerick||2-4 – 0-6||Tipperary|
- Limerick win their Munster title and their second ever All Ireland title.