1910 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
|Winning team||Louth (1st win)|
The 1910 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 24th staging of Ireland's premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. Louth were the winners, receiving a walkover from Kerry in the final.
The four provincial championships were played as usual; the four champions joined London in the All-Ireland championship.
17 July 1910
|Cork||2-10 – 0-3||Tipperary|
Referee: J.F. O'Donnell (W)
Game abandoned after the ball burst.
An objection was made and a replay ordered.
By the time the semi-final was to be played, the Leinster championship was not finished, so Dublin were nominated to represent Leinster. When Louth beat Dublin in the Leinster final, they were given Dublin's place in the All-Ireland semi-final.
1 The final was scratched and Louth were awarded the championship after Kerry refused to travel to Dublin as the Great Southern and Western Railway would not sell tickets to their fans at reduced rates.
- Louth win their first ever All Ireland title.