1988 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

1988 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Meath (5th win)
Captain Joe Cassells
Manager Seán Boylan
Provincial Champions
Munster Cork
Leinster Meath
Ulster Monaghan
Connacht Mayo
Championship statistics
Player of the Year Robbie O'Malley (Meath)
1987
1989

The 1988 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was played from May to October, 1988. For the second year in a row, the final was between Meath and Cork. Once again the outcome was the same, Meath winning the replay by a scoreline of 0-13 to 0-9.

Results

Connacht

5 June 1988
Quarter-Final
Sligo 2-13 – 2-10 London
Ruislip
Attendance: 2,000

19 June 1988
Quarter-Final
Mayo 1-13 – 0-4 Leitrim

26 June 1988
Semi-Final
Roscommon 2-10 – 1-10 Galway

3 July 1988
Semi-Final
Mayo 2-14 – 0-6 Sligo
Sligo
Attendance: 5,000

24 July 1988
Final
Mayo 1-12 – 0-8 Roscommon
Roscommon
Attendance: 20,000

Leinster

Munster

Ulster

15 May 1988
Preliminary Round
Armagh 2-12 – 1-13 Fermanagh

22 May 1988
Quarter-Final
Monaghan 0-16 – 0-14 Cavan
St. Tiernach's Park, Clones
Attendance: 15,000

29 May 1988
Quarter-Final
Down 1-11 – 0-7 Derry

5 June 1988
Quarter-Final
Tyrone 3-13 – 2-4 Antrim

12 June 1988
Quarter-Final
Armagh 2-10 – 0-8 Donegal
Armagh
Attendance: 6,000

19 June 1988
Semi-Final
Monaghan 1-11 – 0-9 Down
Cavan
Attendance: 16,000

26 June 1988
Semi-Final
Tyrone 0-15 – 1-8 Armagh
Irvinestown
Attendance: 12,000

17 July 1988
Final
Monaghan 1-10 – 0-11 Tyrone

All-Ireland

14 August 1988
Semi-Final
Cork 1-14 - 0-6 Monaghan

21 August 1988
Semi-Final
Meath 0-16 - 2-5 Mayo

Main article: 1988 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final
18 September 1988
Final
Meath 0-12 - 1-9 Cork

9 October 1988
Replay
Meath 0-13 - 0-12 Cork
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