1933 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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1933 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Cavan (1st win)
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Cavan
Connacht Galway
Championship statistics
1932
1934

The 1933 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 47th staging of Ireland's premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. Cavan won their first title.[1][2][3]

Results[edit]

Connacht Championship[edit]

28 May 1933
Quarter-Final
Galway 2-10 – 0-0 Roscommon

11 June 1933
Semi-Final
Mayo 4-10 – 1-0 Leitrim

2 July 1933
Semi-Final
Galway 4-8 – 0-4 Sligo

23 July 1933
Final
Galway 1-7 – 1-5 Mayo

Leinster Championship[edit]

1933
Louth 4-7 – 1-6 Westmeath

7 May 1933
Offaly 1-3 – 4-4 Wexford
Croke Park, Dublin
Referee: J Curran

30 July 1933
Final
Dublin 0-9 – 1-4 Wexford

Munster Championship[edit]

14 May 1933
Quarter-Final
Tipperary 1-11 – 1-2 Clare
Limerick
Referee: W. Hough (L)

14 May 1933
Quarter-Final
Cork 4-4 – 4-4 Waterford

2 July 1933
Quarter-Final Replay
Cork 2-7 – 0-1 Waterford

23 July 1933
Semi-Final
Tipperary 2-9 – 2-2 Cork

13 August 1933
Final
Kerry 2-8 – 1-4 Tipperary

Ulster Championship[edit]

11 June 1933
Quarter-Final
Antrim 0-3 – 0-3 Tyrone

18 June 1933
Quarter-Final
Armagh 2-1 – 1-3 Down

25 June 1933
Quarter-Final Replay
Antrim 3-5 – 3-5 Tyrone

25 June 1933
Quarter-Final
Fermanagh 2-3 – 0-3 Monaghan

2 July 1933
Semi-Final
Armagh 0-2 – 1-8 Cavan
Cavan
Attendance: 2,500

9 July 1933
Quarter-Final, 2nd Replay
Antrim 1-2 – 1-8 Tyrone

29 May 1932
Semi-Final
Fermanagh 1-3 – 1-4 Tyrone
Bundoran
Attendance: 6,000 ?

6 August 1933
Final
Cavan 6-13 – 1-2 Tyrone

All-Ireland Championship[edit]

20 August 1933
Semi-Final
Galway 0-8 – 1-4 Dublin

27 August 1933
Semi-Final
Cavan 1-5 – 0-5 Kerry

24 September 1933
Final
Cavan 2-5 – 1-4 Galway
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 45,188

Championship statistics[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Cavan becomes the first Ulster team to win the All Ireland title this year.



References[edit]