2019 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

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2019 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
Championship details
Dates5 May – 14 September 2019
Teams33
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Dublin (29th win)
Captain Stephen Cluxton
Manager Jim Gavin
All-Ireland Finalists
Losing team Kerry
CaptainGavin White
Manager Peter Keane
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Donegal
Connacht Roscommon
Championship statistics
No. matches played71
Top Scorer Colours of Tyrone.svg Cathal McShane (3-49)
Player of the Year Colours of Dublin.svg Stephen Cluxton
2018
2020

The 2019 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 132nd edition of the GAA's premier inter-county Gaelic football tournament since its establishment in 1887.

Contents

Thirty-three teams took part – thirty-one of the thirty-two Counties of Ireland, London and New York. Kilkenny, as in previous years, did not enter.

Dublin were the defending champions. In 2018 they won a record-equalling fourth consecutive title, becoming only the fourth team to achieve this feat (the other four-in-a-row champions were Wexford in 1915–18 and Kerry in 1929–32 and 1978–81). [1] They won the 2019 final, defeating Kerry in a replay, and became the GAA's first ever five-in-a-row All-Ireland senior champions. [2]

Competition format

Provincial Championships format

Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster each organise a provincial championship. Most teams who lose a match in their provincial championship enter the All-Ireland qualifiers – New York does not enter the qualifiers. [3] [4] [5] [6]

All provincial matches are knock-out. If the score is level at the end of the normal seventy minutes, two periods of ten minutes each way are played. If the score is still level the tie goes to a replay.

Could be London and New York final year part of the Connacht championship unless COVID-19 is over from 2022. Sligo were exculuded too from 2020 championships.

Qualifiers format

Twenty eight of the twenty nine teams beaten in the provincial championships enter the All-Ireland qualifiers, which are knock-out. Sixteen of the seventeen teams (New York do not enter the qualifiers) eliminated before their provincial semi-finals play eight matches in round 1 of the qualifiers, with the winners of these games playing the eight beaten provincial semi-finalists in round 2. The eight winning teams from round 2 play-off against each other in round 3, with the four winning teams playing the four beaten provincial finalists in round 4. This completes the double-elimination format as the four round 4 winners re-enter the main competition at the Super 8 stage (officially named The All-Ireland Quarter-Final Group Stage). Further details of the format are included with each qualifier round listed below.

In rounds one to three, teams from divisions three and four of the National Football League have home advantage if drawn against teams from divisions one and two.[ citation needed ]

All qualifier matches are knockout with "Winner On The Day" rules being applied if a match is level at the end of the normal seventy minutes. Initially two extra time periods of ten minutes each way are played. If the score is still level two further periods of five minutes each way are played. If the score is still level, the winner is determined by a penalty shoot-out.[ citation needed ]

All-Ireland format

Significant changes to the format of the All-Ireland championship were made at the GAA's Annual Congress in February 2017 and introduced in 2018. The major change was the creation of the All-Ireland Quarter-Final Group Stage commonly known as "The Super 8s", which replaced the four knockout quarter-finals. Two groups of four teams compete in three rounds (officially referred to as phases) in the Super 8s.[ citation needed ]

The top two teams in each group contest the semi-finals on a weekend in early August. The All-Ireland final is played "by the 35th Sunday of the year". [7]

The semi-finals and final are knock-out. If the score is level at the end of the normal seventy minutes in a semi-final, two periods of ten minutes each way are played. If the score is still level the semi-final is replayed. If the score is level at the end of the normal seventy minutes in the final, the match is replayed.

The changes will be trialed for three years before being reviewed by the GAA in late 2020.[ citation needed ]

Live Gaelic Football On TV

RTÉ, the national broadcaster in Ireland, will provide the majority of the live television coverage of the football championship in the second year of a five-year deal running from 2017 until 2021. Sky Sports will also broadcast live games and have exclusive rights to a number of matches including some All-Ireland football super 8 matches. Both RTÉ and Sky Sports televise the two All-Ireland semi-finals and final live.

As of May 2019, BBC Northern Ireland planned to air four Ulster Championship games live: the Antrim–Tyrone quarter-final, the two semi-finals, and the final. [8]

Provincial Championships

Connacht Senior Football Championship

For official fixtures and results see Connacht Senior Football Championship at gaa.ie

Quarter-Finals
5 & 12 May
Semi-Finals
19 & 25 May
Connacht Final
16 June
Colours of New York.svg New York 0-4
Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 1-22 Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 0-17
Colours of Leitrim.svg Leitrim 0-12 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon 2-12
Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon 3-17 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon 1-13
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 0-12
Colours of Sligo.svg Sligo 0-7
Colours of London.svg London 1-9 Colours of Galway.svg Galway 3-11
Colours of Galway.svg Galway 0-16

Leinster Senior Football Championship

The four teams who won their quarter-finals in the previous year are given byes to this year's quarter-finals. Six of the seven remaining teams play-off in the preliminary round with the seventh team also receiving a bye to the quarter-finals.

For official fixtures and results see Leinster Senior Football Championship at gaa.ie

Preliminary Round
11/12 May
Quarter-Finals
25/26 May; 2 June
Semi-Finals
9 June
Leinster Final [9]
23 June
Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 5-21
Colours of Louth.svg Louth 0-22 Colours of Louth.svg Louth 0-10
Colours of Wexford.svg Wexford 1-14 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 0-26
Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 0-11
Colours of Longford.svg Longford
(R)
3-15
0-10
Colours of Wicklow.svg Wicklow 1-10 Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare
(R)
1-21
1-18
Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 0-15 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 1-17
Colours of Meath.svg Meath 0-4
Colours of Carlow.svg Carlow 0-9
Colours of Meath.svg Meath 1-13 Colours of Meath.svg Meath 2-18
Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly 0-14 Colours of Meath.svg Meath 3-13
Colours of Laois.svg Laois 0-11
Colours of Laois.svg Laois 0-12
Colours of Westmeath.svg Westmeath 0-10

Munster Senior Football Championship

The two teams who won the semi-finals in the previous year are given byes to this year's semi-finals.

For official fixtures and results see Munster Senior Football Championship at gaa.ie

Quarter-Finals 11 May [10] [11] Semi-Finals 1 June [12] [13] Munster Final 22 June [14]
Colours of Cork.svg Cork 3-18
Colours of Tipperary.svg Tipperary 1-10 Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick 0-06
Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick 3-11 Colours of Cork.svg Cork 3-10
Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 1-19
Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 1-15
Colours of Clare.svg Clare 0-9 Colours of Clare.svg Clare 0-12
Colours of Waterford.svg Waterford 0-8

Ulster Senior Football Championship

An un-seeded draw determined the fixtures for all nine teams. In April 2018 the Ulster GAA Competitions Control Committee introduced a rule that the two teams who play in the preliminary round are exempt from playing in the preliminary round in the following two years. [15] Derry and Tyrone were therefore awarded byes to the quarter-finals in 2020 and 2021.

For official fixtures and results see Ulster Senior Football Championship at gaa.ie

Preliminary Round
12 May 2019
Quarter-Finals
18, 19, 25, 26 May 2019
Semi-Finals
2 & 8 June 2019
Final
23 June 2019
Colours of Cavan.svg Cavan 1-13
Colours of Monaghan.svg Monaghan 0-12
Colours of Cavan.svg Cavan
(R)
0-17
0-23
Colours of Armagh.svg Armagh
(R)
1-14
0-17
Colours of Down.svg Down 3-13
Colours of Armagh.svg Armagh 2-17
Colours of Cavan.svg Cavan 2-16
Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 1-24
Colours of Fermanagh.svg Fermanagh 0-09
Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 0-15
Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 1-16
Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 0-15
Colours of Antrim.svg Antrim 2-09
Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 1-19 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 2-23
Colours of Derry.svg Derry 1-13

All-Ireland Qualifiers

For official fixtures and results see All-Ireland Senior Football Championship at gaa.ie

Qualifiers Round 1

In the first round of the qualifiers sixteen of the seventeen teams beaten in the preliminary rounds or quarter-finals of the provincial championships compete. New York does not enter the qualifiers. The round 1 draw is unrestricted − if two teams have played each other in a provincial match they can be drawn to meet again. The eight winners of these matches play the eight beaten provincial semi-finalists in round 2 of the qualifiers.

The following teams take part in round 1 –

8 June 2019Round 1 Offaly Colours of Offaly.svg 1-21 1-11 Colours of London.svg London Tullamore  
13:30 IST (UTC+1)Venue: O'Connor Park
8 June 2019Round 1 Leitrim Colours of Leitrim.svg 0-15 0-13 Colours of Wicklow.svg Wicklow Carrick on Shannon  
15:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada
8 June 2019Round 1 Wexford Colours of Wexford.svg 0-10 4-16 Colours of Derry.svg Derry Wexford  
16:45 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Wexford Park

Pts: Donal Shanley 0-2, Tom Byrne 0-2, Brian Malone 0-1, Conor Devitt 0-1, Michael Furlong 0-1, Jonathan Bealin 0-1, Niall Hughes 0-1, James Cash 0-1
Report
Pts: Shane McGuigan 1-4 , Ryan Bell 1-3 , Benny Heron 1-2 , Enda Lynn 1-1, Conor McAtamney 0-2, Ciarán McFaul 0-1, Pádraig Cassidy 0-1, Christopher Bradley 0-1, Jack Doherty 0-1
Referee: Anthony Nolan (Wicklow)
8 June 2019Round 1 Louth Colours of Louth.svg 1-11 2-16 Colours of Antrim.svg Antrim Drogheda  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Gaelic Grounds
Gls: Matthew Fitzpatrick 2
Pts: Matthew Fitzpatrick 1, Ryan Murray 0-6, Patrick McBride 0-3, Ruairí Scott 0-2, Colum Duffin 0-2, Patrick McCormick 0-1 and Niall Delargy 0-1
Report Gls: Andy McDonnell 1
Pts: Andy McDonnell 0-1, Ryan Burns 0-2, Declan Byrne 0-2, Conall McKeever 0-1, Emmet Carolan 0-1, Ciaran Downey 0-1, Tommy Durnin 0-1, John Clutterbuck0-1 and Bevan Duffy 0-1
Referee: Martin McNally (Monaghan)
9 June 2019Round 1 Monaghan Colours of Monaghan.svg 1-10 1-06 Colours of Fermanagh.svg Fermanagh Clones  
13:45 IST (UTC+1)Venue: St. Tiernach's Park
9 June 2019Round 1 Down Colours of Down.svg 1-13 1-10 Colours of Tipperary.svg Tipperary Newry  
14:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Páirc Esler
Gls: D O’Hare 1
Pts: P Havern 0-4; C Quinn 0-3; C Harrison 0-2; R Burns (45), D O’Hagan, J Johnston, P Devlin, B O’Hagan 0-1 each
Report Gls: P Austin 1
Pts: C Sweeney 0-4f, P Austin 0-1; L McGrath 0-2f; J Kennedy (45), M Quinlivan, L Casey 0-1 each.
Referee: Fergal Kelly (Longford)
9 June 2019Round 1 Carlow Colours of Carlow.svg 0-07 2-11 Colours of Longford.svg Longford Carlow  
15:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Dr. Cullen Park
9 June 2019Round 1 Westmeath Colours of Westmeath.svg 1-22 0-07 Colours of Waterford.svg Waterford Mullingar  
15:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Cusack Park

Qualifiers Round 2

In the second round of the qualifiers the eight winning teams from round 1 play the eight beaten provincial semi-finalists. The round 2 draw is unrestricted − if two teams have played each other in a provincial match they can be drawn to meet again. The eight winners of these matches play each other in four matches in round 3.

The following teams take part in round 2 –

22 June 2019 (2019-06-22)Round 2 Antrim Colours of Antrim.svg 0-14 (14)(28) 1-25 Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare Belfast  
15:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Corrigan Park
Referee: Noel Mooney (Cavan)
22 June 2019 (2019-06-22)Round 2 Longford Colours of Longford.svg 1-14 (17)(21) 2-15 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone Longford  
17:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Pearse Park
Attendance: 4,162
22 June 2019 (2019-06-22)Round 2 Derry Colours of Derry.svg 0-12 (12)(16) 1-13 Colours of Laois.svg Laois outside Dungiven  
17:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Owenbeg Centre of Excellence
22 June 2019 (2019-06-22)Round 2 Westmeath Colours of Westmeath.svg 2-13 (19)(13) 1-10 Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick Mullingar  
18:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Cusack Park
22 June 2019 (2019-06-22)Round 2 Leitrim Colours of Leitrim.svg 0-17 (17)(26) 3-17 Colours of Clare.svg Clare Carrick-on-Shannon  
18:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada
Attendance: 7,563
22 June 2019 (2019-06-22)Round 2 Down Colours of Down.svg 1-11 (14)(19) 1-16 Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo Newry  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Páirc Esler
22 June 2019 (2019-06-22)Round 2 Monaghan Colours of Monaghan.svg 1-12 (15)(23) 2-17 Colours of Armagh.svg Armagh Clones  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: St Tiernach's Park
Referee: Ciaran Branagan (Down)
23 June 2019 (2019-06-23)Round 2 Offaly Colours of Offaly.svg 3-17 (26)(15) 0-15 Colours of Sligo.svg Sligo Tullamore  
15:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: O'Connor Park

Qualifiers Round 3

In the third round of the qualifiers the eight winning teams from round 2 play off in four matches. Round 3 draw rules do not allow two teams that have played each other in a provincial match to meet again if such a pairing can be avoided. In 2019 only Laois and Westmeath had played each other and this pairing was prevented in the draw. The four winners of these matches play the four beaten provincial finalists in round 4.

The following teams take part in round 3:[ citation needed ]

29 June 2019 (2019-06-29)Round 3 Kildare Colours of Kildare.svg 1-15 (18)(28) 2-22 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone Newbridge  
17:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: St Conleth's Park
Gls: Kevin Feely 1
Pts: Adam Tyrrell 6 (5f) Kevin Feely 2, Fergal Conway 3, Neil Flynn 2 (1f), Tommy Moolick 1, Peter Kelly 1
Report Gls: Darren McCurry 1, Michael Cassidy 1, Paul Kerrigan 1
Pts: Peter Harte 7 (3f), Darren McCurry 2, Cathal McShane 5 (2f), Matthew Donnelly 3, Frank Burns 2, Rory Brennan 1, Colm Cavanagh 1, Connor McAliskey 1
Referee: Paddy Neilan (Roscommon)
Attendance: ~6,000
TV: Sky Sports
29 June 2019 (2019-06-29)Round 3 Westmeath Colours of Westmeath.svg 0-15 (15)(16) 1-13 Colours of Clare.svg Clare Mullingar  
18:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: TEG Cusack Park

Pts: Kieran Martin 6 (3f), Tommy McDaniel 3 (2f), Callum McCormack 2, Ronan O'Toole 1, Ger Egan 1, Tom Molloy 1, N Mulligan 1 (1 45)
Report Gls: David Tubridy 1
Pts: David Tubridy 2 (2f), Jamie Malone 3, Eoin Cleary 3 (3f), Cathal O'Connor 2, Gary Brennan 2, Gavin Cooney 1
Referee: Martin McNally (Monaghan)
Attendance: ~5,000
29 June 2019 (2019-06-29)Round 3 Mayo Colours of Mayo.svg 2-13 (19)(18) 1-15 Colours of Armagh.svg Armagh Castlebar  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: MacHale Park
Gls: Fionn McDonagh 1, Kevin McLoughlin 1
Pts: Fionn McDonagh 1, Kevin McLoughlin 1, Darren Coen 4, Conor Loftus 2 (2f), Cillian O’Connor 2 (2f), Patrick Durcan 1, Jason Doherty 1, Donal Vaughan 1
Report Gls: Rian O’Neill 1
Pts: Jamie Clarke 5 (2f), Rian O’Neill 2 (2f), Stefan Campbell 4, Rory Grugan 3, Niall Grimley 1
Referee: Maurice Deegan (Laois)
Attendance: 18,711
TV: Sky Sports
29 June 2019 (2019-06-29)Round 3 Laois Colours of Laois.svg 0-20 (20)(15) 0-15 Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly Portlaoise  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: O'Moore Park

Pts: Donie Kingston 6 (3f), Paul Kingston 4, Ross Munnelly 1(1f), Colm Murphy 2, Kieran Lillis 2, Evan O’Carroll 2, Eoin Lowry 1, Robert Pigott 1
Report
Pts: Ruairí McNamee 4, Bernard Allen 3, Niall McNamee 3 (1f), Paddy Dunican 3 (3f), Anton Sullivan 1, Johnny Moloney 1
Referee: David Coldrick (Meath)
Attendance: 6,735

Qualifiers Round 4

In the fourth round of the qualifiers, the four winning teams from round 3 play the four beaten provincial finalists. Round 4 draw rules do not allow two teams that have played each other in a provincial match to meet again if such a pairing can be avoided. The matches are normally held in neutral venues (unless the two teams involved have an arrangement or agree to a coin toss to decide who has home advantage). The four winners of these matches play in the round robin All-Ireland Super 8s.

The following teams take part in round 4 –

6 July 2019 (2019-07-06)Round 4 Cavan Colours of Cavan.svg 0-07 (07)(23) 1-20 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone Clones  
17:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: St Tiernach's Park

Pts: Niall Murray 2 (2f), Gearoid McKiernan 2 (2f), Dara McVeety 1, Gerard Smith 1, Conor Madden 1
Report Gls: Ben McDonnell 1
Pts: Cathal McShane 5 (3f), Peter Harte 5 (4f), Darren McCurry 3, Niall Sludden 2, Niall Morgan 2 (1f, 1 '45'), Brian Kennedy 1, Colm Cavanagh 1, Conal McCann 1
Referee: Barry Cassidy (Derry)
Attendance: 11,258
TV: Sky Sports
6 July 2019 (2019-07-06)Round 4 Cork Colours of Cork.svg 4-20 (32)(18) 1-15 Colours of Laois.svg Laois Thurles  
17:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Semple Stadium
Gls: Brian Hurley 2, Mark Collins 1, Paul Kerrigan 1
Pts: Mark Collins 8 (4f), Brian Hurley 4, Ruairi Deane 2, Stephen Sherlock 2 (1 '45'), Paul Kerrigan 1, Ronan O’Toole 1, Kevin O’Driscoll 1, Liam O’Donovan 1
Report Gls: Martin Scully 1
Pts: Donie Kingston 9 (6f), Trevor Collins 1, Colm Murphy 1, Eoin Lowry 1, Paul Kingston 1, Mark Barry 1, Evan O’Carroll 1
Referee: Fergal Kelly (Longford)
6 July 2019 (2019-07-06)Round 4 Galway Colours of Galway.svg 1-13 (16)(19) 2-13 Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo Limerick  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: Gaelic Grounds
Gls: Shane Walsh 1 (1f)
Pts: Peter Cooke 4, Shane Walsh 3 (2f, 1 '45'), Eamonn Brannigan 2, Cillian McDaid 1, Gary O’Donnell 1, Michael Daly 1, Kieran Molloy 1
Report Gls: James Carr 2
Pts: Cillian O’Connor 6 (5f), Darren Coen 3, Kevin McLoughlin 1, Stephen Coen 1, Jason Doherty 1, Donal Vaughan 1
Referee: Joe McQuillan (Cavan)
Attendance: 19,183
TV: Sky Sports
7 July 2019 (2019-07-07)Round 4 Meath Colours of Meath.svg 2-16 (22)(21) 1-18 Colours of Clare.svg Clare Portlaoise  
14:00 IST (UTC+1)Venue: O'Moore Park
Gls: Mickey Newman 1, Bryan Menton 1
Pts: Mickey Newman 6 (5f), James Conlon 3, Donal Keogan 1, Ethan Devine 1, Bryan McMahon 1, Thomas McGovern 1, Cillian O’Sullivan 1, Ben Brennan 1, Shane Walsh 1 (1f)
Report Gls: Gavin Cooney 1
Pts: David Tubridy 6 (3f), Jamie Malone 4, Cathal O’Connor 2, Eoin Cleary 2 (2f), Cian O’Dea 1, Gary Brennan 1, Dermot Coughlan 1, and Gordon Kelly 1
Referee: Derek O'Mahoney (Tipperary)
TV: RTÉ

All-Ireland

For official fixtures and results see All-Ireland Senior Football Championship at gaa.ie

All-Ireland Quarter-Finals Group Stage

Structure

Format

The four provincial champions and the four winning teams from round four of the All-Ireland qualifiers are divided into two groups of four teams. Each group consists of two provincial champions and the two losing provincial finalists of the other two provinces or the team that beats them in round four of the qualifiers.

There are three rounds of two games in each group. Teams have one home game, one away game and one game in Croke Park:[ citation needed ]

Phase 1 - Weekend of 13/14 July - Each of the two provincial champions play one of the two qualifiers with both provincial champions having home advantage.

Phase 2 - Weekend of 20/21 July - The provincial champions play each other and the two qualifiers play each other. All round 2 matches are in Croke Park.

Phase 3 - Weekend of 3/4 August - Both qualifiers have home advantage when they play the provincial champions.

Dublin, if they qualify, will play their home game at Croke Park meaning that they will have two "Super 8" games in Croke Park. [16] Some counties criticised the use of Croke Park as a home venue for Dublin. [17] At the GAA Congress on 23 February 2019 Donegal proposed that Dublin be limited to playing one "Super 8" game at Croke Park. The motion failed as it only received 36% of the available votes.

Super 8 games are played in the four weeks beginning in early July and ending in the first weekend in August (which is also the bank holiday weekend in the Republic of Ireland). Two points are awarded for a win and one point for a draw. The top two teams in each group advance to the All-Ireland semi-finals.

Tie-breaker

If only two teams are level on group points -

  • The team that won the head-to-head match is ranked first
  • If this game was a draw, score difference (total scored minus total conceded in all group games) is used to rank the teams
  • If score difference is identical, total scored is used to rank the teams
  • If still identical, a play-off is required

If three or more teams are level on group points, score difference is used to rank the teams.

All-Ireland Quarter-Finals Group 1

PosTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPtsQualification
1 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 32107254+185Advance to semi-finals
2 Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 32015552+34
3 Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 31116156+53
4 Colours of Meath.svg Meath 30034672260
Updated to match(es) played on 3 August 2019. Source: [ citation needed ]
14 July 2019 (2019-07-14)Phase 1 Donegal Colours of Donegal.svg 2-19 (25)(16) 1-13 Colours of Meath.svg Meath Ballybofey  
14:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 1-9 0-8)Venue: MacCumhaill Park
Gls: Patrick McBrearty 1, Oisín Gallen 1
Pts: Patrick McBrearty 6 (2f), Michael Murphy 3 (1 '45'), Jamie Brennan 3, Ryan McHugh 2, Oisín Gallen 1, Niall O'Donnell 1, Michael Langan 1, Jason McGee 1, Eoin McHugh 1
Report Gls: Mickey Newman 1 (1p)
Pts: Bryan McMahon 0-3, Mickey Newman 2 (1f), Cillian O'Sullivan 2, Bryan Menton 2, James Conlon 1, James McEntee 1, Shane McEntee 1, Darragh Campion 1
Referee: Conor Lane (Cork)
TV: Sky Sports
14 July 2019 (2019-07-14)Phase 1 Kerry Colours of Kerry.svg 1-22 (25)(15) 0-15 Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo Killarney  
16:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 0-15 0-6)Venue: Fitzgerald Stadium
Gls: Paul Geaney 1
Pts: David Clifford 7 (1f), Sean O’Shea 7 (6f), Stephen O’Brien 3, Paul Geaney 2, David Moran 1, James O’Donoghue 1, Graham O’Sullivan 1, Shane Enright 1
Report
Pts: Cillian O’Connor 6 (3f, 1p), Darren Coen 3, Andy Moran 2, Lee Keegan 1, Fionn McDonagh 1, Fergal Boland 1, Ciaran Tracey 1
Referee: Sean Hurson (Tyrone)
Attendance: 31,312
TV: RTÉ
21 July 2019 (2019-07-21)Phase 2 Mayo Colours of Mayo.svg 2-17 (23)(14) 0-14 Colours of Meath.svg Meath Dublin  
14:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 0-7 0-7)Venue: Croke Park
Gls: Cillian O'Connor 1, Kevin McLoughlin 1,
Pts: Cillian O'Connor 5 (4f), Fionn McDonagh 2, Jason Doherty 2, Fergal Boland 2, Kevin McLoughlin 1, Darren Coen 1, Andy Moran 1, Colm Boyle 1, Lee Keegan 1, James Carr 1
Report
Pts: Shane Walsh 5 (5f), Michael Newman 2 (1f), Seamus Lavin 2, Brian Menton 1, James McEntee 1, Ethan Devane 1, Cillian O’Sullivan 1, Seamus Lavin 1, James Conlon 1
Referee: Ciaran Branagan (Down)
TV: RTÉ
21 July 2019 (2019-07-21)Phase 2 Kerry Colours of Kerry.svg 1-20 (23)(23) 1-20 Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal Dublin  
16:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 0-10 0-9)Venue: Croke Park
Gls: Paul Geaney 1
Pts: Paul Geaney 4, Sean O'Shea 4 (3f), David Clifford 3 (1f), Stephen O’Brien 3, Killian Spillane 3, Tom O’Sullivan 1, Jason Foley 1, Paul Murphy 1
Report Gls: Michael Murphy 1 (1p)
Pts: Michael Murphy 7 (4f), Patrick McBrearty 5 (3f), Ryan McHugh 2, Oisín Gallen 2, Michael Langan 2, Jason McGee 1, Niall O’Donnell 1
Referee: Paddy Neilan (Roscommon)
TV: RTÉ
3 August 2019 (2019-08-03)Phase 3 Mayo Colours of Mayo.svg 1-14 (17)(13) 1-10 Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal Castlebar  
18:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 1-7 0-4)Venue: MacHale Park
Gls: Cillian O’Connor 1
Pts: Cillian O’Connor 4 (4f), Paddy Durcan 3, James Carr 2, Andy Moran 2, Jason Doherty 1, Chris Barrett 1, Kevin McLoughlin 1
Report Gls: Michael Murphy 1 (1p)
Pts: Michael Murphy 4 (2f) Paddy McBrearty 2, Niall O’Donnell 2, Daire Ó Baoill 2
Referee: David Gough (Meath)
Attendance: 27,369
TV: Sky Sports
3 August 2019 (2019-08-03)Phase 3 Meath Colours of Meath.svg 1-13 (16)(24) 2-18 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry Navan  
18:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 1-9 1-10)Venue: Páirc Tailteann
Gls: Darragh Campion 1
Pts: Shane Walsh 6 (3f), Bryan McMahon 3, Darragh Campion 1, Thomas O’Reilly 1, Ethan Devine 1, Bryan Menton 1
Report Gls: Sean O'Shea 1, Brian Ó Beaglaoích 1
Pts: Sean O'Shea 8 (4f, 1 ’45′), Killian Spillane 3, Paul Geaney 2, David Moran 2, Brian Ó Beaglaoích 1, Stephen O’Brien 1, Tom O’Sullivan 1
Referee: Fergal Kelly (Longford)
TV: Sky Sports

All-Ireland Quarter-Finals Group 2

PosTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPtsQualification
1 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 33008447+376Advance to semi-finals
2 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 32015150+14
3 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon 31024867192
4 Colours of Cork.svg Cork 30035675190
Updated to match(es) played on 4 August 2019. Source: [ citation needed ]
13 July 2019 (2019-07-13)Phase 1 Roscommon Colours of Roscommon.svg 0-13 (13)(17) 0-17 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone Roscommon  
17:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 0-6 0-8)Venue: Dr. Hyde Park

Pts: Diarmuid Murtagh 4, (2f), Conor Cox 2, (1f), Darren O’Malley 1, (1f), Niall Daly 1, Shane Killoran 1, Cathal Cregg 1, Enda Smith 1, Brian Stack 1, Andrew Glennon 1
Report
Pts: Cathal McShane 8 (5f), Niall Sludden (3, Mattie Donnelly 2, Frank Burns 1, Brian Kennedy 1, Peter Harte 1, Darren McCurry 1
Referee: David Coldrick (Meath)
TV: Sky Sports
13 July 2019 (2019-07-13)Phase 1 Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg 5-18 (33)(20) 1-17 Colours of Cork.svg Cork Dublin  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 2-9 0-9)Venue: Croke Park
Gls: Jack McCaffrey 1, Michael Darragh MacAuley 1, Niall Scully 1, Ciarán Kilkenny 1, Brian Fenton 1
Pts: Dean Rock 5 (3f, 1 '45'), Con O'Callaghan 4, Ciarán Kilkenny 2, Philly McMahon 2, Paul Mannion 2, Brian Fenton 1, John Small 1, Cormac Costello 1 (1f)
Report Gls: Luke Connolly 1 (1p)
Pts: Luke Connolly 3 (1 '45'), Paul Kerrigan 3, Brian Hurley 3 (1f), Michael Hurley 2, Mark Collins 1 (1f), Sean White 1, Ruairi Deane 1, Kevin O'Driscoll 1, Mattie Taylor 1, Liam O'Donovan 1
Referee: David Gough (Meath)
Attendance: 30,214
TV: RTÉ
20 July 2019 (2019-07-20)Phase 2 Cork Colours of Cork.svg 2-12 (18)(21) 2-15 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone Dublin  
17:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 2-4 0-5)Venue: Croke Park
Gls: Luke Connolly 1, James Loughrey 1
Pts: Michael Hurley 4, Luke Connolly 3 (2f), Mark Collins 2 (2f), Mattie Taylor 1, Sean White 1, John O’Rourke 1
Report Gls: Cathal McShane 1, Peter Harte 1 (1p)
Pts: Cathal McShane 5 (4f), Peter Harte 5 (3f), Mattie Donnelly 3, Tiarnan McCann 1, Conor Meyler 1
Referee: Maurice Deegan (Laois)
TV: Sky Sports
20 July 2019 (2019-07-20)Phase 2 Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg 2-26 (32)(14) 0-14 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon Dublin  
19:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 1-15 0-7)Venue: Croke Park
Gls: Dean Rock 1, Michael Darragh MacAuley 1
Pts: Dean Rock 11 (10f), Paul Mannion 3, Paddy Small 3, Ciarán Kilkenny 2, Brian Fenton 2, Con O’Callaghan 2, Jack McCaffrey 1, Kevin McManamon 1, Niall Scully 1
Report
Pts: Conor Cox 7 (4f), Conor Hussey 3, Cathal Compton 1, Diarmuid Murtagh 1, Niall Daly 1, Seán Mullooly 1
Referee: Barry Cassidy (Derry)
TV: Sky Sports
4 August 2019 (2019-08-04)Phase 3 Cork Colours of Cork.svg 3-9 (18)(21) 4-9 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon Cork  
16:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 2-5 1-7)Venue: Páirc Uí Rinn
Gls: Luke Connolly 1, Mark Collins 1, James Loughrey 1
Pts: Luke Connolly 3 (3f), Mark Collins 2 (2f), Ruairi Deane 1, Kevin O’Driscoll 1, Stephen Sherlock 1, John O’Rourke 1
Report Gls: Brian Stack 2, Enda Smith 1, Shane Killoran 1
Pts: Conor Cox 5 (5f), Enda Smith 1, Shane Killoran 1, Andrew Glennon 1 (1f), Donie Smith 1
Referee: Noel Mooney (Cavan)
Attendance: 2,356
TV: RTÉ
4 August 2019 (2019-08-04)Phase 3 Tyrone Colours of Tyrone.svg 0-13 (13)(19) 1-16 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin Omagh  
16:00 IST (UTC+1)(HT: 0-5 0-8)Venue: Healy Park

Pts: Connor McAliskey 5 (2f), Richard Donnelly 2, Kyle Coney 2 (2f), Conan Grugan 1, Conall McCann 1, Darren McCurry 1, Niall Sludden 1
Report Gls: Eoghan O’Gara 1
Pts: Cormac Costello 6 (4f), Seán Bugler 3, Kevin McManamon 2, Paddy Small 2, Paddy Andrews 1, Bernard Brogan 1, Diarmuid Connolly 1
Referee: Joe McQuillan (Cavan)
Attendance: 15,315
TV: RTÉ
Semi-Finals Final
      
Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 3-14
Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 1-10
Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin
(R)
1-16
(1-18)
Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry
(R)
1-16
(0-15)
Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 0-18
Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 1-18

All-Ireland Semi-Finals

The winners of Super 8s Group 1 play the runners-up of Super 8s Group 2 and the winners of Super 8s Group 2 play the runners-up of Super 8s Group 1.

10 August 2019 (2019-08-10)
17:00 IST (UTC+1)
Semi-Final
Mayo Colours of Mayo.svg 1-10 (13)(23) 3-14 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin
(HT: 0-08 – 0-06)
Gls: Lee Keegan 1
Pts: Cillian O’Connor 3 (2f) Patrick Durcan 2, Colm Boyle 1, Séamus O’Shea 1, Fergal Boland 1, Stephen Coen 1, James Carr 1
Gls: Con O’Callaghan 2, Brian Fenton 1
Pts: Dean Rock 6 (6f), Paul Mannion 5, Brian Fenton 1, Niall Scully 1, Brian Howard 1
Croke Park , Dublin
Referee: Conor Lane (Cork)
Attendance: 82,300
11 August 2019 (2019-08-11)
15:30 IST (UTC+1)
Semi-Final
Tyrone Colours of Tyrone.svg 0-18 (18)(21) 1-18 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry
(HT: 0-09 – 0-05)

Pts: Cathal McShane 7 (3f), Niall Sludden 2, Mattie Donnelly 2, Niall Morgan 2 (2 '45'), Peter Harte 1 (1f), Connor McAliskey 1, Darren McCurry 1, Richie Donnelly 1, Michael McKernan 1
Gls: Stephen O'Brien 1
Pts: Sean O'Shea 6 (5f, 1 '45'), David Clifford 5 (1f), Paul Geaney 3, Stephen O'Brien 2, David Moran 1, Jack Sherwood 1
Croke Park , Dublin
Referee: Maurice Deegan (Laois)
Attendance: 33,848

All-Ireland Final

The Central Competitions Control Committee of the GAA decided in October 2018 that, in future, the final should be played "by the 35th Sunday of the year". Traditionally the final was held on the third Sunday in September.

1 September 2019 (2019-09-01)
15:30 IST (UTC+1)
Final
Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg 1-16 (19)(19) 1-16 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry
(HT: 1-09 – 0-08)
Gls: Jack McCaffrey 1
Pts: Dean Rock 10 (6f, 1 ’45), Jack McCaffrey 3, Paul Mannion 2, Con O’Callaghan 1
Gls: Killian Spillane 1
Pts: Sean O’Shea 10 (4f, 3 ’45), David Clifford 2, Gavin Crowley 1, Killian Spillane 1, Stephen O’Brien 1, Tommy Walsh 1
Croke Park , Dublin
Referee: David Gough (Meath)
Attendance: 82,300
Standby: Conor Lane (Cork)
Linesman: Barry Cassidy (Derry)
Sideline: Sean Hurson (Tyrone)
Umpires: Eugene Gough, Terry Gough, Stephen Gough, Dean Gough (all Slane GFC, Meath)
14 September 2019 (2019-09-14)
18:00 IST (UTC+1)
Final Replay
Dublin Colours of Dublin.svg 1-18 (21)(15) 0-15 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry
(HT: 0-10 – 0-10)
Gls: Eoin Murchan 1
Pts: Ciaran Kilkenny 4, Con O’Callaghan 4, Paul Mannion 4, Dean Rock 3 (1 ’45), David Byrne 1, James McCarthy 1, Niall Scully 1

Pts: Seán O’Shea 5 (3f), David Clifford 5 (1f), Paul Geaney 4, Adrian Spillane 1
Croke Park , Dublin
Referee: Conor Lane (Cork)
Attendance: 82,300
Standby: Maurice Deegan (Laois)
Linesman: David Coldrick (Meath)
Sideline: Niall Cullen (Fermanagh)
Umpires: Kevin Roache, DJ O'Sullivan (both Banteer/Lyre), Ray Hegarty (Bride Rovers), Pat Kelly (Kilshannig)

Championship Statistics

Top Scorer: Overall

RankPlayerCountyTallyTotalMatchesAverage
1 Cathal McShane Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 3-495896.3
2 Seán O'Shea Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 1-535687.1
3 Dean Rock Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 1-394267.0
4 Mark Collins Colours of Cork.svg Cork 2-313766.2
5 Mickey Newman Colours of Meath.svg Meath 4-243675.1
6 Peter Harte Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 1-323593.9
7 Cormac Costello Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 1-313484.3
Adam Tyrrell Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 1-313465.7
9 Michael Murphy Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 2-253165.2
10 Rian O'Neill Colours of Armagh.svg Armagh 3-213056
11 David Clifford Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 0-292954.2
Conor Cox Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon 0-292964.8
Patrick McBrearty Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 1-262964.8
Cillian O'Connor Colours of Mayo.svg Mayo 2-232955.8
15 Paul Mannion Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 0-282883.5
16 Con O'Callaghan Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 4-132583.1
17 Donal Kingston Colours of Laois.svg Laois 0-242454.8
Luke Connolly Colours of Cork.svg Cork 5-092464
19 Paul Geaney Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 2-172382.9

Top Scorer: Single game

RankPlayerCountyTallyTotalOpposition
1 Cormac Costello Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 1-1215 Colours of Louth.svg Louth
2 Dean Rock Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 1-1114 Colours of Roscommon.svg Roscommon
3 Bernard Allen Colours of Offaly.svg Offaly 0-1111 Colours of London.svg London
Mark Collins Colours of Cork.svg Cork 1-0811 Colours of Laois.svg Laois
Seán O'Shea Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 1-0811 Colours of Meath.svg Meath
6 Mark Collins Colours of Cork.svg Cork 0-1010 Colours of Limerick.svg Limerick
Donal Kingston Colours of Laois.svg Laois 0-1010 Colours of Cork.svg Cork
Seán O'Shea Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry 0-1010 Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin
Dean Rock Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 0-1010 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry
Michael Murphy Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 1-0710 Colours of Kerry.svg Kerry
Adam Tyrrell Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare 1-0710 Colours of Longford.svg Longford
Brian Hurley Colours of Cork.svg Cork 2-0410 Colours of Laois.svg Laois
13 Cormac Costello Colours of Dublin.svg Dublin 0-099 Colours of Kildare.svg Kildare
Peter Harte Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone 0-099 Colours of Longford.svg Longford
Shane McGuigan Colours of Derry.svg Derry 1-069 Colours of Tyrone.svg Tyrone
Patrick McBrearty Colours of Donegal.svg Donegal 1-069 Colours of Meath.svg Meath
Mickey Newman Colours of Meath.svg Meath 1-069 Colours of Carlow.svg Carlow
Mickey Newman Colours of Meath.svg Meath 1-069 Colours of Clare.svg Clare

Scoring Events

Miscellaneous

Referees Panel

As announced in April 2019: [24]
  1. Ciaran Branagan (Down)
  2. Barry Cassidy (Derry)
  3. Brendan Cawley (Kildare), first year [25]
  4. David Coldrick (Meath)
  5. Niall Cullen (Fermanagh)
  6. Maurice Deegan (Laois)
  7. David Gough (Meath)
  8. Jerome Henry (Mayo)
  9. Sean Hurson (Tyrone)
  10. Fergal Kelly (Longford)
  11. Conor Lane (Cork)
  12. Martin McNally (Monaghan)
  13. Joe McQuillan (Cavan)
  14. James Molloy (Galway), first year
  15. Noel Mooney (Cavan)
  16. Paddy Neilan (Roscommon)
  17. Anthony Nolan (Wicklow)
  18. Derek O'Mahoney (Tipperary)

Stadia and locations

TeamLocationStadiumStadium
Capacity
Antrim Belfast Corrigan Park 5,000
Armagh Armagh Athletic Grounds 19,500
Carlow Carlow Dr. Cullen Park 21,000
Cavan Cavan Breffni Park 32,000
Clare Ennis Cusack Park 14,864
Cork Cork Páirc Uí Chaoimh 50,288
Derry Derry Celtic Park 22,000
Donegal Ballybofey MacCumhaill Park 18,000
Down Newry Páirc Esler 25,000
Dublin Donnycarney Parnell Park 13,500
Fermanagh Enniskillen Brewster Park 20,000
GAA Drumcondra Croke Park 82,300
Galway Galway Pearse Stadium 26,197
Kerry Killarney Fitzgerald Stadium 43,180
Kildare Newbridge St. Conleth's Park 6,200
Laois Portlaoise O'Moore Park 27,000
Leitrim Carrick-on-Shannon Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada 9,331
Limerick Limerick Gaelic Grounds 49,866
London Ruislip Emerald GAA Grounds 5,000
Longford Longford Pearse Park 10,000
Louth Drogheda Drogheda Park 7,000
Mayo Castlebar MacHale Park 42,000
Meath Navan Páirc Tailteann 10,000
Monaghan Clones St. Tiernach's Park 36,000
New York Kingsbridge Gaelic Park 2,000
Offaly Tullamore O'Connor Park 20,000
Roscommon Roscommon Dr. Hyde Park 25,000
Sligo Sligo Markievicz Park 18,558
Tipperary Thurles Semple Stadium 45,690
Tyrone Omagh Healy Park 26,500
Waterford Waterford Walsh Park 17,000
Westmeath Mullingar Cusack Park 11,000
Wexford Wexford Wexford Park 20,000
Wicklow Aughrim Aughrim County Ground 10,000

Awards

All Star Team of the Year
Pos.PlayerTeamAppearances
GK Colours of Dublin.svg Stephen Cluxton FOTY Dublin 6
RCB Colours of Dublin.svg Michael Fitzsimons Dublin 2
FB Colours of Tyrone.svg Ronan McNamee Tyrone 1
LCB Colours of Kerry.svg Tom O'Sullivan Kerry 1
RWB Colours of Mayo.svg Patrick Durcan Mayo 1
CB Colours of Dublin.svg Brian Howard Dublin 2
LWB Colours of Dublin.svg Jack McCaffrey Dublin 4
MD Colours of Dublin.svg Brian Fenton Dublin 4
MD Colours of Kerry.svg David Moran Kerry 2
RWF Colours of Dublin.svg Paul Mannion Dublin 3
CF Colours of Kerry.svg Sean O'Shea Kerry 1
LWF Donegal colours.jpg Michael Murphy Donegal 3
RCF Colours of Kerry.svg David Clifford Kerry 2
FF Colours of Tyrone.svg Cathal McShane Tyrone 1
LCF Colours of Dublin.svg Con O'Callaghan Dublin 2

  Player has previously been selected.

County breakdown

List of nominees

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