1991 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
|Winning team||Down (4th win)|
|Player of the Year||Colm O'Rourke (Meath)|
The 1991 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was played from May to September 1990. Down defeated Meath in the final by a scoreline of 1-16 to 1-14. The Ulster county's victory was to be the start of four consecutive All-Ireland titles for the province. For Meath, it was their second consecutive defeat in a final, having lost to Cork in the 1990 final.
The Championship was noted for the tie between Dublin and Meath that took three replays to decide.
9 June 1991
|Dublin||1-11 – 1-11
Referee: Tommy Howard
23 June 1991
Preliminary Round-Replay No. 2
|Meath||1-14 – 2-11
In 1991 for the first time in years the Munster football championship gets rid of its seeded draw system and moves to an open draw.