|Leinster Minor Football Championship|
|No. of teams||11|
|Title holders||Meath (13th title)|
|Most titles||Dublin (33 titles)|
|Official website||Official website|
The Leinster Minor Football Championship is the premier under-17 "knockout" competition in gaelic football played in the province of Leinster.2017 was the final year of the minor under 18 football championship as it were replaced by an under 17 championship following a vote at the GAA congress on 26 February 2016.
The current Leinster champions are Meath. The Leinster minor football championship is known as Fr. Larry Murray Trophy. The Cup is named after Fr. Larry Murray who was an underage GAA mentor in both Louth and Armagh, hence the Ulster Minor Football Championship is also named after Fr. Larry Murray.
Longford won in the first year of the Leinster Minor Championship in 1929 in Navan, Co. Meath. They beat Dublin in the final by a scoreline of 3–04 to 1–04 in the final. Longford went on to reach the All-Ireland final that year but failed to beat Clare Minor football team in the final of the series.
|County||Wins||Years won||Runners-up||Years runner-up|
|1||Dublin||33||1930, 1933, 1934, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1954, 1955, 1956,|
1958, 1959, 1961, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981,
1982, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1994, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2009, 2011,
2012, 2014, 2017
|15||1929, 1935, 1947, 1950, 1962, 1963, 1967, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1987, 1991, 1996, 2000, 2019, 2021.|
|2||Meath||13||1957, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1992, 1993, 2006, 2008, 2018, 2020, 2021.||14||1946, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1970, 1975, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1988, 2002, 2011, 2012.|
|3=||Kildare||9||1973, 1975, 1983, 1987, 1991, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019||13||1934, 1940, 1942, 1949, 1953, 1965, 1980, 1989, 1990, 2004, 2009, 2014, 2018|
|Laois||9||1932, 1966, 1967, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2005, 2007||7||1933, 1964, 1968, 1973, 1995, 2003, 2016|
|5||Louth||8||1931, 1935, 1936, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1951, 1953||8||1932, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1958, 1960, 1971, 2017|
|6||Offaly||6||1947, 1960, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1989||12||1948, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1966, 1976, 1985, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010.|
|7||Westmeath||5||1939, 1952, 1963, 1995, 2000||5||1951, 1982, 1984, 1992, 2013|
|8||Longford||4||1929, 1938, 2002, 2010||3||1930, 1974, 2015|
|9||Wexford||3||1937, 1950, 1969||7||1931, 1936, 1941, 1945, 1978, 1994, 1999|
|10||Wicklow||1||1974||3||1952, 1993, 1997|
The following counties have never won a Leinster minor football title:
|1931||Louth||1–05||Wexford||0–03||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1932||Laois||3–02||Louth||1–07||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1933||Dublin||3–07||Laois||0–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1935||Louth||1–07||Dublin||1–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1936||Louth||3–06||Wexford||2–01||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1937||Wexford||2–07||Louth||2–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1938||Longford||3–06||Louth||2–08||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1939||Westmeath||1–02||Louth||0–02||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1940||Louth||3–05||Kildare||1–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1941||Louth||4–04||Wexford||1–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1942||Louth||5–10||Kildare||0–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1947||Offaly||1–07, 1–07 (R)||Dublin||1–07, 1–05 (R)||Croke Park, Dublin R Mullingar|
|1950||Wexford||3–06||Dublin||2–08||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1951||Louth||3–09||Westmeath||2–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1952||Westmeath||3–14||Wicklow||3–03||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1953||Louth||1–06||Kildare||0–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1954||Dublin||2–07||Meath||0–11||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1955||Dublin||2–11||Meath||1–04||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1956||Dublin||1–10||Meath||1–09||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1960||Offaly||1–12||Louth||1–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1962||Offaly||2–08||Dublin||1–04||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1964||Offaly||1–07||Laois||1–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1965||Offaly||2–11||Kildare||1–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1966||Laois||1–10||Offaly||0–07||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1968||Dublin||1–11||Laois||0–08||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1970||Dublin||2–08||Meath||0–13||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1971||Dublin||2–07||Louth||0–04||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1972||Meath||3–08||Dublin||1–10||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1973||Kildare||4–11||Laois||0–10||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1974||Wicklow||5–06||Longford||1–09||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1975||Kildare||2–09||Meath||3–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1976||Dublin||2–08||Offaly||0–13||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1977||Meath||1–07||Dublin||0–09||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1978||Dublin||3–12||Wexford||0–11||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1979||Dublin||2–13||Meath||0–08||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1980||Meath||1–12||Kildare||1–09||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1981||Dublin||1–08||Meath||0–09||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1982||Dublin||0–10||Westmeath||0–04||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1983||Kildare||1–11||Meath||1–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1984||Dublin||0–12||Westmeath||1–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1985||Meath||0–11||Offaly||1–04||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1986||Dublin||2–16||Meath||0–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1987||Kildare||0–13||Dublin||2–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1988||Dublin||4–06||Meath||0–08||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1989||Offaly||2–11||Kildare||0–07||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1990||Meath||1–19||Kildare||1–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1991||Kildare||2–08||Dublin||0–12||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1993||Meath||1–16||Wicklow||3–03||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1994||Dublin||2–12||Wexford||2–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|1995||Westmeath||0–12, 3–12, 3–06, 1–10 (3R)||Laois||1–09, 2–15, 2–09, 0–09 (3R)||Croke Park, Dublin R in Tullamore|
|1996||Laois||0–15, 2–18 (R)||Dublin||2–09, 1–08 (R)||Croke Park, Dublin R in Tullamore||Martin Delaney|
|1997||Laois||2–11||Wicklow||0–10||Croke Park, Dublin||Kieran Kelly|
|1998||Laois||2–09||Dublin||0–12||Croke Park, Dublin||Johnny Behan|
|1999||Dublin||1–13, 2–13 (R)||Wexford||2–10, 1–12 (R)||Croke Park, Dublin Carlow||Nicky Cleere|
|2000||Westmeath||2–09||Dublin||1–10||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2001||Dublin||1–19||Offaly||0–06||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2002||Longford||3–08||Meath||3–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2003||Dublin||1–11||Laois||1–09||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2004||Laois||0–10||Kildare||0–06||Croke Park, Dublin||Craig Rogers|
|2005||Laois||1–12||Offaly||1–07||Croke Park, Dublin||Richie Ryan|
|2006||Meath||1–16||Offaly||2–05||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2007||Laois||3–08||Carlow||1–12||Croke Park, Dublin||Sean Ramsbottom|
|2008||Meath||1–14||Offaly||2–10||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2009||Dublin||1–10, 1–15 (R)||Kildare||1–10, 1–10 (R)||Croke Park, Dublin Carlow|
|2010||Longford||0–14||Offaly||0–08||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2011||Dublin||2–18||Meath||1–11||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2012||Dublin||3–17||Meath||1–11||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2013||Kildare||2–15||Westmeath||2–07||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2014||Dublin||3–16||Kildare||1–12||Croke Park, Dublin||Con O'Callaghan|
|2015||Kildare||2–15||Longford||1–09||Croke Park, Dublin|
|2016||Kildare||1–18||Laois||0–10||Croke Park, Dublin||Brian McLoughlin|
|2017||Dublin||2–19||Louth||0–12||Croke Park, Dublin||Donal Ryan|
|2018||Meath||1–15||Kildare||1–07||O'Connor Park, Tullamore||Mathew Costello||1st year as U17 Competition|
|2019||Kildare||2–21||Dublin||1–19||Pairc Tailteann, Navan||Kevin Eustace, Aaron Browne|
|2020||Meath||1–07||Offaly||1–06||Cusack Park, Mullingar||Eoghan Frayne|
|2021||Meath||3-08||Dublin||1–03||O'Connor Park, Tullamore||Liam Kelly|
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