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|
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.)