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1994 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

1994 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship
All-Ireland Champions
Winning team Down (5th win)
Captain D. J. Kane
Provincial Champions
Munster Cork
Leinster Dublin
Ulster Down
Connacht Leitrim
Championship statistics
Player of the Year Mickey Linden
1993
1995

The 1994 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was played from May to September 1994. Down won their 5th All-Ireland title, extending their 100% record in All-Ireland finals with a narrow win over Dublin. It was the last part of an unprecedented Ulster four-in-a-row. 1994 also brought Leitrim's first Connacht title since 1927, and only their second ever.

Results

Connacht

5 June 1994
Quarter-Final
Leitrim 1-10 – 0-12 Roscommon
Roscommon
Attendance: 11,408

5 June 1994
Quarter-Final
Galway 2-21 – 0-6 London
Ruislip
Attendance: 800

26 June 1994
Semi-Final
Mayo 2-18 – 1-5 Sligo
Castlebar
Attendance: 6,291

3 July 1994
Semi-Final
Leitrim 0-9 – 1-6 Galway
Carrick-on-Shannon
Attendance: 10,042

10 July 1994
Semi-Final Replay
Leitrim 0-11 – 0-10 Galway
Tuam
Attendance: 7,074

24 July 1994
Final
Leitrim 0-12 – 2-4 Mayo
Roscommon
Attendance: 18,271

Leinster

Munster

Ulster

All-Ireland

14 August 1994
Semi-Final
Down 1-13 - 0-11 Cork
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 43,787

21 August 1994
Semi-Final
Dublin 3-15 - 1-9 Leitrim
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 52,606

Main article: 1994 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final
18 September 1994
Final
Down 1-12 - 0-13 Dublin
Croke Park, Dublin
Attendance: 58,684
Referee: Tommy Sugrue (Kerry)
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