Offaly Vintage Jersey 1982

Offaly Vintage Jersey 1982


The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship of 1982 was the 95th staging of Ireland’s premier football competition. Offally won the championship, beating Kerry 1- 15 to 0-17 in Croke Park.

19 September 1982

Offaly 1–15 – 0–17 Kerry
Matt Connor 0–7, Séamus Darby 1–0, Brendan Lowry 0–3, Johnny Mooney 0–2, Pat Fitzgerald 0–1, Seán Lowry 0–1, Liam Currams 0–1 Report Tom Spillane 0–3, Mikey Sheehy 0–3, John Egan 0–3, Eoin Liston 0–2, Páidí Ó Sé 0–2, Seán Walsh 0–2, Pat Spillane 0–1, Jack O’Shea 0–1

Croke ParkDublin

Attendance: 62,309

Referee: P. J. McGrath (Mayo)


No. 14 is on the back of this jersey and was worn by Matt Connor. Manager of the Offaly team this year was Eugene McGee. Matt has 3 All Stars and is one of the greatest football players that ever kicked a football for Offally.

This Jersey was designed by Cul Sliotars in partnership with Hurling for Cancer Research. €5 from each Jersey sold is donated to this great cause.

Available in sizes  S, M, L, XL .

(This is a Pro Fit Jersey so please go one size above your normal fitting. Size X- Small fits Kids ages 11 to 13 years.)

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XS (Chest Size 17.5"), XS (Chest size 17.75"), S (Chest Size 18.8"), M (Chest Size 20.25″), L (Chest Size 21″), XL (Chest Size 22″), XXL (Chest Size 23″)