# All-Ireland Football Championship

Last year
# Living in the Moment
The stories behind this iconic photo of Sean O'Shea's match-winning free
Inpho photographer James Crombie took one of the standout images from an epic semi-final.
# Man in the Middle
Tyrone's Hurson to referee All-Ireland final between Galway and Kerry
The Galbally Pearses clubman refereed the All-Ireland Minor final in 2018, the All-Ireland U20 final in 2021, and the All Ireland Club final in 2022.
Gaelic football power rankings: Where do the final eight stand?
The All-Ireland quarter-finals get underway in Croke Park today.
Meath fire 4-13 past Wicklow to book Leinster semi-final spot
Two early goals from Jack O’Connor and James McEntee helped Meath to a home victory.
# Louth and clear
'Gaelic football is at the centre. I took that obsessive thing from Australian rules'
Former AFL star Ciarán Byrne lines out for a resurgent Louth against Kildare today.
# Hand signals
Dublin provide the latest blueprint in a copycat game
Coaches are always tempted to copy successful teams.
All time
# snappers delight
Some of our favourite sports photos of the year
Relive some of the most memorable moments of 2019 through the lenses of INPHO’s snappers.
# History Maker
Quiet man Gavin leaves a legacy that will echo for years
The outgoing Dublin manager has transformed expectations within the county and beyond.
# the best of all time
'You say it's permanent? Yeah, it's permanent' - The true legacy of Dublin's five in a row
The Dubs have done what was considered impossible for more than a century. So what does it mean to them? And what does it mean to everybody else?
Cork v Tyrone, Super 8s
Join us for live coverage from Croke Park as the Rebels face the Red hand in round 2.
# Qualifiers
McNamee on the double as Offaly power past Sligo
The Faithful were in fine form this afternoon.
# ballers
'They're not like Paul Pogba waiting for their Rolls Royces instead of going on the bus'
Kieran Donaghy says the lack of pre-championship expectation will help Kerry as they bid to stop Dublin’s ‘drive for five’.
# starting XV
Mickey Harte reveals hand for Tyrone's Super 8s opener against Roscommon
Tyrone are unsurprisingly unchanged for their visit to HQ this weekend.
# The Saturday Game
RTÉ to show Roscommon-Armagh qualifier in conjunction with England's WC quarter
The action from O’Moore Park will be available on the RTÉ News Now channel.
# Call it
Our writers take out the crystal ball and give their sporting predictions for 2016
It’s that time of the year again.
Dublin unchanged for Fermanagh quarter-final
Jim Gavin orders more of the same as Pete McGrath’s side visit Croker.
# Pics of the Week
Plenty of agony and ecstasy in our 10 favourite sports pics from this week
Some stunning photography from the last week in sport.
Cork v Kildare, All-Ireland senior football qualifier
There’s a place in the quarter-finals at stake.
# Different Route
Last chance saloon: 15 times the football qualifiers set teams up for a long championship run
Plenty of sides have used their second chance well.
# Hard Luck
The 10 players unlucky to miss out on a football or hurling Allstar
The 2014 hurling and football Allstar teams were officially announced last night in the capital.
# westbound and down
It's tough to take - Aidan O'Shea on Mayo's double loss
They’re out of the championship and Horan is gone.
# column
Murph's Sideline Cut: Top teams' dominance makes for invariably dour viewing
The infrequent rate at which the best GAA sides play each other is unfair on the paying public, writes Ciaran Murphy.
Laois and Louth name teams for Leinster Championship encounter
The Wee County will have three players making their Championship début.
# Question Time
Kerry's Donaghy on new management, veterans and the Europa League
Ahead of the Championship the Kerry star answered six questions for us.
# Have your say
Poll: Who'll be lifting Sam on Sunday?
With just over 48 hours to go to the big one, who do you think will win this year’s All-Ireland Football final?
# Friends Reunited
Tyrone v Dublin: An epic rivalry resumes
As all eyes turn to Croker on Saturday evening, we look back at the recent history of one of the GAA’s most volatile rivalries.
# The Comeback Kid
Graham Geraghty returns to Meath panel at aged 38
The full-forward’s club form is the reason behind his shock return.
# Cúl
Are you your county’s biggest GAA fan? No? We want your views anyway…
As Michael Bublé almost crooned: call us irresponsible – but we’re looking for your views on your county’s championship prospects.