1970 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

1970 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Kerry (22nd win)
Captain Donie O'Sullivan
Manager Tadhg Lyne
Provincial Champions
Munster Kerry
Leinster Meath
Ulster Derry
Connacht Galway
Championship statistics
Player of the Year Tom Prendergast (Kerry)
1969
1971

The 1970 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was played from May to September, 1970. The final was contested between Kerry and Meath. Kerry won the decider by a scoreline of 2-19 to 0-18.

Results

Connacht

7 June 1970
Quarter-Final
Roscommon 4-14 – 1-8 Leitrim

21 June 1970
Semi-Final
Roscommon 2-11 – 1-9 Mayo

28 June 1970
Semi-Final
Galway 1-8 – 0-7 Sligo

12 July 1970
Final
Roscommon 1-8 – 2-15 Galway
Galway
Attendance: 11,500

Leinster

Munster

Ulster

7 June 1970
Preliminary Round
Antrim 3-8 – 2-6 Donegal

7 June 1970
Quarter-Final
Cavan 3-13 – 1-3 Fermanagh

7 June 1970
Quarter-Final
Derry 3-12 – 0-7 Tyrone

14 June 1970
Quarter-Final
Monaghan 3-7 – 1-7 Armagh

21 June 1970
Quarter-Final
Antrim 2-9 – 1-6 Down

28 June 1970
Semi-Final
Cavan 1-5 – 1-8 Derry

5 July 1970
Semi-Final
Antrim 2-10 – 1-8 Monaghan

26 July 1970
Final
Derry 2-13 – 1-12 Antrim

All-Ireland Championship

9 August 1970
Semi-Final
Galway 0-11 - 0-15 Meath

23 August 1970
Semi-Final
Kerry 0-23 - 0-10 Derry

Main article: 1970 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final
27 September 1970
Final
Kerry 2-19 - 0-18 Meath
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