The Hogan Cup (Irish : Corn Uí Ógáin) is the trophy presented to the winners of the All-Ireland secondary schools senior A football championship. The competition itself is regularly referred to by the trophy's name. It is the top level gaelic football championship for secondary schools (sometimes referred to as colleges) in Ireland.
For official fixtures and results see Hogan Cup at gaa.ie
The current holders are St. Michael's College, Enniskillen, who won the cup for the first time by defeating Naas C.B.S. by 1-12 to 1-11 on 6 April 2019.
St. Jarlath's College, Tuam hold the record number of titles, winning their twelfth in 2002, and have appeared as runners-up in a further fourteen finals. Second overall are eight-times champions St. Colman's, Newry, who in 2011 retained the title for the first time in their history with victory over St Jarlath's College. St. Colman's have been runners-up only twice in ten final appearances. St Patrick's, Maghera are third overall, having won the trophy five times.
The competition commenced in 1946 but was not played in the years 1949 to 1956. The cup is named after Brother Thomas Hogan. The Hogan Stand in Croke Park is named after his brother Michael Hogan. Since its beginning, there have been two different cups presented. The original cup was last presented in 1960, and now resides in St Jarlath's College. A newly designed cup was introduced in 1961.
To increase participation the Colleges All-Ireland senior "B" championship (holders Holy Trinity College Cookstown) was created in 1975, and a senior "C" championship commenced in 2000.
The four provinces each organise an A championship —
The four provincial "A" champions compete in two knock-out semi-finals. The final is usually played in mid-April.
|1||St Jarlath's College, Tuam||12||1947, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1964,|
1966, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1984,
|14||1946, 1949, 1962, 1967, 1973,|
1976, 1979, 1983, 1990, 1992,
1993, 1999, 2001, 2003
|2||St. Colman's, Newry||8||1967, 1975, 1986, 1988, 1993,|
1998, 2010, 2011
|3||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||5||1989, 1990, 1995, 2003, 2013||6||1980, 1984, 1994, 1996, 2014,|
|4||St. Mel's College, Longford||4||1948, 1962, 1963, 1987||2||1961, 1988|
|Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork||4||1968, 1970, 1983, 1985||1||1989|
|St. Brendan's, Killarney||4||1969, 1992, 2016, 2017||4||1963, 1974, 2008, 2010|
|5||Carmelite College, Moate||3||1976, 1980, 1981||2||1975, 1977|
|St. Patrick's, Navan||3||2000, 2001, 2004||3||2013, 2006, 1991|
|6||St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon||2||1997, 2008||1||2004|
|Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Daingean Uí Chúis||2||2014, 2015|
|7||St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh||1||1946||2||1947, 2000|
|St. Nathy's, Ballaghadereen||1||1957||1||1959|
|St. Joseph's, Fairview||1||1959|
|St. Columb's, Derry||1||1965|
|St. Mary's CBS, Belfast||1||1971|
|St. Patrick's, Cavan||1||1972||1||1948|
|Franciscan College, Gormanstown||1||1973||2||1958, 1974|
|St Colman's College, Claremorris||1||1977||1||1981|
|Ardscoil Rís, Dublin||1||1979|
|St. Fachtna's, Skibbereen||1||1991||1||1982|
|Intermediate School, Killorglin||1||1996|
|Good Counsel, New Ross||1||1999||1||1995|
|Knockbeg College, Carlow||1||2005|
|Abbey CBS, Newry||1||2006|
|Colaiste Na Sceilge, Caherciveen||1||2009|
|St. Mary's Secondary School, Edenderry||1||2012||1||2009|
|St. Ronan's, Lurgan||1||2018|
|St Michael's College, Enniskillen||1||2019||2||2002, 2012|
|2019||Ulster||St. Michael's College, Enniskillen||1-12||1-11||Naas C.B.S.||Leinster|
|2018||Ulster||St. Ronan's, Lurgan||1-10||1-09||Rice College, Westport||Connacht|
|2017||Munster||St. Brendan's College, Killarney (4)||0-18||0-10||St. Peter's College, Wexford||Leinster|
|2016||Munster||St. Brendan's College, Killarney (3)||2-13||2-06||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||Ulster|
|2015||Munster||Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Daingean Uí Chúis (2)||1-12||2-05||Roscommon CBS||Connacht|
|2014||Munster||Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, Daingean Uí Chúis||1-08||1-06||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||Ulster|
|2013||Ulster||St. Patrick's College, Maghera (5)||1-20||1-10||St. Patrick's, Navan||Leinster|
|2012||Leinster||St. Mary's Secondary School, Edenderry||1-16||0-06||St. Michael's College, Enniskillen||Ulster|
|2011||Ulster||St. Colman's, Newry (8)||2-10||0-15||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|2010||Ulster||St. Colman's, Newry (7)||1-18||3-05||St. Brendan's, Killarney||Munster|
|2009||Munster||Colaiste Na Sceilge, Caherciveen||1-09||0-10||St. Mary's Secondary School, Edenderry||Leinster|
|2008||Ulster||St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon (2)||1-09||1-07||St. Brendan's, Killarney||Munster|
|2007||Ulster||Omagh CBS||0-16||0-07||St Mary's CBS, Tralee||Munster|
|St. Patrick's, Navan||Leinster|
|2005||Leinster||Knockbeg College, Carlow||2-08||0-11||St Mary's College, Galway||Connacht|
|2004||Leinster||St. Patrick's, Navan (3)||1-11||1-10||St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon||Ulster|
|2003||Ulster||St. Patrick's College, Maghera (4)||1-09||2-04||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|2002||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (12)||3-13||0-06||St. Michael's College, Enniskillen||Ulster|
|2001||Leinster||St. Patrick's, Navan (2)||2-10||2-08||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|2000||Leinster||St. Patrick's, Navan||0-11||1-06||St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh||Ulster|
|1999||Leinster||Good Counsel, New Ross||1-11||1-07||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1998||Ulster||St. Colman's, Newry (6)||2-14||1-07||Coláiste Eoin, Dublin||Leinster|
|1997||Ulster||St. Patrick's Academy, Dungannon||1-10||0-03||St. Gerald's College, Castlebar||Connacht|
|1996||Munster||Intermediate School, Killorglin||4-08||1-14||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||Ulster|
|1995||Ulster||St. Patrick's College, Maghera (3)||2-11||1-06||Good Counsel, New Ross||Leinster|
|1994||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (11)||3-11||0-09||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||Ulster|
|1993||Ulster||St. Colman's, Newry (5)||2-10||1-09||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1992||Munster||St. Brendan's, Killarney (2)||0-09||0-05||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1991||Munster||St. Fachtna's, Skibbereen||2-09||0-07||St. Patrick's, Navan||Leinster|
|Ulster||St. Patrick's College, Maghera (2)||1-04|
|St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|Ulster||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||1-05|
|Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork||Munster|
|1988||Ulster||St. Colman's, Newry (4)||1-11||1-07||St. Mel's College, Longford||Leinster|
|1987||Leinster||St. Mel's College, Longford (3)||0-08||1-04||St Mary's College, Galway||Connacht|
|1986||Ulster||St. Colman's, Newry (3)||3-10||0-07||St. David's, Artane||Leinster|
|1985||Munster||Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork (4)||1-09||0-09||Summerhill College, Sligo||Connacht|
|1984||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (10)||0-10||2-03||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||Ulster|
|1983||Munster||Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork (3)||3-06||2-05||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (9)||1-07|
|St. Fachtna's, Skibbereen||Munster|
|1981||Leinster||Carmelite College, Moate (3)||2-02||1-04||St Colman's College, Claremorris||Connacht|
|1980||Leinster||Carmelite College, Moate (2)||0-12||1-08||St. Patrick's College, Maghera||Ulster|
|Leinster||Ardscoil Rís, Dublin||0-10|
|St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1978||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (8)||2-11||2-04||St. Colman's, Newry||Ulster|
|1977||Connacht||St Colman's College, Claremorris||1-11||1-10||Carmelite College, Moate||Leinster|
|1976||Leinster||Carmelite College, Moate||1-10||0-11||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1975||Ulster||St. Colman's, Newry (2)||1-07||2-03||Carmelite College, Moate||Leinster|
|1974||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (7)||4-11||2-11||Franciscan College, Gormanston||Leinster|
|1973||Leinster||Franciscan College, Gormanston||1-07||0-08||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1972||Ulster||St. Patrick's, Cavan||2-11||1-05||St. Brendan's, Killarney||Munster|
|1971||Ulster||St. Mary's CBS, Belfast||1-13||1-07||Colaiste Iosagain, Ballyvourney||Munster|
|1970||Munster||Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork (2)||4-05||1-13||St. Malachy's, Belfast||Ulster|
|1969||Munster||St. Brendan's, Killarney||1-13||3-03||St. Mary's, Galway||Connacht|
|1968||Munster||Coláiste Chríost Rí, Cork||3-11||1-10||Belcamp OMI, Dublin||Leinster|
|1967||Ulster||St Colman's College, Newry||1-08||1-07||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1966||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (6)||1-10||1-09||St. Finian's College, Mullingar||Leinster|
|Ulster||St. Columb's, Derry||0-09|
|Belcamp OMI, Dublin||Leinster|
|Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (5)||0-11|
|St. Mel's College, Longford||Leinster|
|1963||Leinster||St. Mel's College, Longford (2)||1-06||2-02||St. Brendan's, Killarney||Munster|
|1962||Leinster||St. Mel's College, Longford||3-11||2-12||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
|1961||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (4)||2-08||1-08||St. Mel's College, Longford||Leinster|
|1960||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (3)||3-10||3-07||St. Finian's College, Mullingar||Leinster|
|1959||Leinster||St. Joseph's, Fairview||3-09||2-08||St. Nathy's, Ballaghaderreen||Connacht|
|1958||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (2)||0-09||1-04||Franciscan College, Gormanston||Leinster|
|1957||Connacht||St. Nathy's, Ballaghaderreen||1-07||0-04||St. Colman's, Newry||Ulster|
|1956||No competition (1949–1956).|
|1948||Leinster||St. Mel's College, Longford||4-07||3-03||St. Patrick's, Cavan||Ulster|
|1947||Connacht||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam (1)||4-10||3-08||St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh||Ulster|
|1946||Ulster||St. Patrick's Grammar School, Armagh||3-11||4-07||St. Jarlath's College, Tuam||Connacht|
(R) = after replay.
(aet) = After extra time
|Province||Wins||Last Win||Biggest Contributor||Wins|
St Ronan's Lurgan
|St Colman's Newry||8|
St Maey's Edenderry
|St Mel's Longford||4|
St Jarlath's Tuam
|St Jarlath's Tuam||12|
St Brendan's Killarney
|St Brendan's Killarney|
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