Dublin Vintage Jersey 1983
The 1983 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 97th staging of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship. On 18 September 1983, Dublin won the championship following a 1-10 to 1-8 defeat of Galway in the All-Ireland final. Four players (three representing Dublin, one representing Galway) were sent off, earning the Dublin team the epithet “The Dirty Dozen”.
Dublin’s Barney Rock was the championship’s top scorer with 6-27. Dublin’s Captain Tommy Drumm was the choice for Texaco Football Player of the Year and Dublin got four All Star awards this year.
The Number 14 Jersey was worn by Anton O’ Toole one of Dublin’s greats who sadly pasted away in May 2019 after he lost his battle with Cancer. Anton played for Dublin from 1972 to 1984. He made 47 appearances and scored 7-50. Anton has 8 Leinster titles, 4 All-Irelands, 2 NFL and 3 All Star wards.
This Jersey was designed by Cúl Sliotars in partnership with Hurling for Cancer Research. €5 from each Jersey sold is donated to this great cause. This Jersey is supported by Hurling for Cancer Research and Championed by Paul McGrath and Ali Twomey to help raise funds.
Available in sizes S, M, L, XL & XXL.
(XS, 3XL & 4 XL available on request. Allow 3 Weeks)
(This is a Pro Fit Jersey so please go one size above your normal fitting. Size small fits Kids ages 12 to 14 years.)