All-Ireland Club Football

Gaelic Football is one of the four original GAA Charter Sports of 1884, and the most popular, played to the highest level throughout the 32 Counties as well as 14 Counties around the World. It is 15-a-side and Goals (worth 3 Points) are scored as well as Points (Over the Bar – worth 1 Point). it is organised like most GAA Games on a County, Provincial and All-Ireland basis with Club Competitions providing the bedrock of the game, and the best club players representing their counties. Within both Club and County Competitions there is the League (usually run over the winter months) and the Championship (usually run over the summer months).

All-Ireland Football Championships

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championships (Sam Maguire Cup); All-Ireland Club Senior Football Championships; All-Ireland Club Junior Football Championships

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Club Championships (Seasons): 2018

GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship (Seasons): 2017 2018

Picture Credit: Offaly and Westmeath play in the Leinster football championship. Croke Park, Dublin By Eoghan McNally / [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 2 June 2021]