1900 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
|Dates||18 August 1901 – 26 October 1902|
|Winning team||Tipperary (3rd win)|
|No. matches played||9|
1900 saw the introduction of a new All-Ireland format. The four provincial championships would be played as usual. The four champions play in the "Home" championship, with the winners of the Home final going on to face London in the All-Ireland final.
Galway were the only entrants, so they received a bye to the Home semi-final.
3 November 1901
|Tipperary||0-3 – 0-1||Cork|
16 March 1902
|Tipperary||2-4 – 2-1||Limerick|
11 May 1902
|Tipperary||1-13 – 1-2||Kerry|
Antrim were the only entrants, so they received a bye to the Home semi-final.
Tipperary made an objection and were awarded the game.
26 October 1902
|Tipperary||3-7 – 0-2||London|
- London become part of the All Ireland Series.
- "All-Ireland Championships", Cork Examiner, 21/10/1901, p. 7
- Freemans Journal, 04/11/1901, p. 14
- Cork Examiner; 11/11/1901
- "G.A.A. The All-Ireland Championships", The Cork Examiner; 18 March 1902, p.3
- Cork Examiner; 14/05/1902
- "All-Ireland Championships", Freemans Journal, 22 September 1902, p. 7