1919 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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1919 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Kildare (2nd win)
Captain Larry Stanley
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Kildare
Ulster Cavan
Connacht Galway
Championship statistics
1918
1920

The 1919 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 33rd staging of Ireland's premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. Kildare were the winners.[1][2][3]

Results[edit]

Connacht Championship[edit]

15 June 1919
Quarter-Final
Sligo 1-1 – 3-1 Roscommon

5 July 1919
Semi-Final
Galway 1-3 – 1-2 Mayo

13 July 1919
Semi-Final
Roscommon 1-6 – 0-1 Leitrim

3 August 1919
Final
Galway 1-6 – 0-5 Roscommon
Tuam
Attendance: 3,000

Leinster Championship[edit]

15 June 1919
Westmeath 0-3 – 0-2 Offaly

1919
Quarter-Final
Kildare 3-5 – 2-5 Laois
,

1919
Semi-Final
Westmeath 1-5 – 4-3 Kildare
,

7 September 1919
Final
Kildare 1-3 – 1-2 Dublin

Munster Championship[edit]

18 May 1919
Quarter-Final
Waterford 2-0 – 0-2 Cork

25 May 1919
Quarter-Final
Kerry 2-4 – 2-3 Tipperary
Cork Athletic Grounds
Referee: T. Irwin ( C )

1919
Final
Kerry 6-11 – 2-0 Clare

Ulster Championship[edit]

18 May 1919
Quarter-Final
Armagh 0-4 – 0-3 Monaghan

25 May 1919
Preliminary Round
Derry 2-4 – 0-3 Fermanagh

25 May 1918
Quarter-Final
Donegal 4-3 – 1-0 Tyrone

1 June 1919
Quarter-Final
Cavan 0-10 – 1-0 Down

1 June 1919
Quarter-Final
Antrim 1-4 – 1-1 Derry

22 June 1919
Semi-Final
Antrim 2-4 – 1-4 Armagh

6 July 1919
Semi-Final
Cavan 3-11 – 2-3 Donegal
Bundoran
Attendance: 3,000

31 August 1919
Final
Cavan 5-5 – 0-2 Antrim

All-Ireland Championship[edit]

24 August 1919
Semi-Final
Galway 2-6 – 3-3 Kerry

14 September 1919
Semi-Final Replay
Galway 4-2 – 2-2 Kerry

14 September 1919
Semi-Final
Kildare 3-2 – 1-3 Cavan
Frank "Joyce" Conlon 2-0

28 September 1919
Final
Kildare 2-5 – 0-1 Galway
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 32,000

Championship statistics[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Galway play in their first All Ireland final but loose it to Kildare.


References[edit]