1921 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

1921 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Dublin (12th win)
Provincial Champions
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Monaghan
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
1920
1922

The 1921 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 35th staging of Ireland's premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. Tipperary were the winners.[1][2][3]

Results

Connacht

20 November 1921
Quarter-Final
Mayo 0-24 – 0-1 Roscommon

18 June 1922
Semi-Final
Galway 0-1 – 0-6 Mayo

4 July 1922
Semi-Final
Roscommon w/o – scr. Sligo


25 March 1923
Final
Mayo 1-4 – 0-1 Roscommon
Castlerea
Attendance: 2,000

Leinster

28 August 1921
Final
Dublin 0-6 – 1-3 Kildare

18 September 1921
Final
Dublin 3-3 – 1-2 Kildare

Munster

The championship was not held due to the Irish Civil War. Tipperary were chosen to represent the province.

Ulster

6 November 1921
Quarter-Final
Monaghan 0-3 – 0-1 Armagh

13 November 1921
Quarter-Final
Derry 2-1 – 0-3 Donegal

13 June 1921
Quarter-Final
Antrim 1-5 – 1-2 Down


11 December 1921
Semi-Final
Derry 1-4 – 0-3 Antrim

11 December 1921
Semi-Final
Monaghan 0-8 – 0-8 Cavan

22 January 1922
Semi-Final Replay
Monaghan 2-2 – 0-2 Cavan

28 October 1923
Final
Monaghan 2-2 – 0-1 Derry

All-Ireland Championship

18 June 1922
Semi-Final
Dublin 2-8 – 2-2 Cavan

1922
Semi-Final
Mayo w/o – scr. Tipperary


Main article: 1921 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final
17 June 1923
Final
Dublin 1-9 – 0-2 Mayo
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 16,000

References

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