|GAA Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship|
|Current season or competition:|
2019-20 All-Ireland Intermediate Club Hurling Championship
|Irish||Craobh Idirmhéanach Iomáint Chlub na hÉireann|
|No. of teams||5|
|Title holders||Tullaroan (1st title)|
|Sponsors||Allied Irish Banks (AIB)|
|Official website||Official GAA website|
The GAA Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship, known simply as the All-Ireland Club Championship, is an annual inter-county hurling competition organised by the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). It is the second highest inter-county club hurling competition in Ireland, and has been contested every year since the 2004-05 championship.
The final, currently held on the third Saturday in January, is the culmination of a series of games played between October and January with the winners receiving the cup. The All-Ireland Championship has always been played on a straight knockout basis whereby once a team loses they are eliminated from the championship. Currently qualification is limited to teams competing in the Connacht Championship, the Leinster Championship, the Munster Championship and the Ulster Championship.
Four teams currently participate in the All-Ireland semi-finals. The most successful teams are from Kilkenny - seven different Kilkenny clubs have won the All-Ireland title on seven separate occasions.
While the senior championship had been running since the 1970-71 season, the creation of an All-Ireland series at intermediate level was a natural progression. The Munster Council were the first to organize a provincial championship in the intermediate grade in 2003. They were followed by the other three provincial councils in 2004, with the four champions contesting an All-Ireland series. Kildangan of Tipperary were the first All-Ireland champions after defeating Carrickshock of Kilkenny.
The championship has been dominated by Kilkenny clubs, with Dicksboro, St. Lachtain's, Clara, Rower-Inistioge and Bennettsbridge claiming All-Ireland titles. Dicksboro are the only team to have qualified for two All-Ireland finals. In 2007, London club Robert Emmetts became the first team from outside of Ireland to claim an All-Ireland title.
The GAA Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship features five teams in the final tournament. 24 teams contest the four provincial intermediate club championships with the four respective champions qualifying for the All-Ireland series. Prior to 2018 the London champions entered the competition at the quarter-final stage, but now compete in Connacht.
|Connacht GAA||Connacht Intermediate Club Hurling Championship|
|Leinster GAA||Leinster Intermediate Club Hurling Championship|
|Munster GAA||Munster Intermediate Club Hurling Championship|
|Ulster GAA||Ulster Intermediate Club Hurling Championship|
|2005||Kildangan||Tipperary||2-13||Carrickshock||Kilkenny||1-13||Semple Stadium||Gerry Slattery|||
|2006||Dicksboro||Kilkenny||2-13||Ballinhassig||Cork||1-13||Croke Park||David Carroll|||
|2007||Robert Emmetts||London||1-14||Killimordaly||Galway||0-08||Croke Park||Fergus McMahon|||
|2008||Clonkill||Westmeath||4-15||Tommy Larkin's||Galway||3-14||Croke Park||Paddy Dowdall|||
|2009||Blarney||Cork||2-14||Cappataggle||Galway||1-12||Croke Park||James Hughes|||
|2010||St. Lachtain's||Kilkenny||3-17||St. Gall's||Antrim||0-10||Croke Park||Eoin Guinan|||
|2011||Ballymartle||Cork||3-15||Dicksboro||Kilkenny||1-20||Croke Park||Patrick Dwyer|||
|2012||Mount Leinster Rangers||Carlow||1-13||Middletown Na Fianna||Armagh||1-11||Croke Park||Karol Lawlor|||
|2013||Clara||Kilkenny||1-16||St. Gabriel's||London||0-13||Croke Park||David Langton|||
|2014||Rower-Inistioge||Kilkenny||1-16||Kilnadeema-Leitrim||Galway||1-09||Croke Park||Michael Grace|||
|2015||O'Donovan Rossa||Antrim||1-09||Kilburn Gaels||London||2-03||Croke Park||Christopher McGuinness|||
|2016||Bennettsbridge||Kilkenny||1-17||Abbeyknockmoy||Galway||1-14||Croke Park||Enda Morrissey|||
|2017||Carrickshock||Kilkenny||2-15||Ahascragh-Fohenagh||Galway||0-06||Croke Park||John Tennyson|||
|2018||Kanturk||Cork||1-18||St. Patrick's Ballyragget||Kilkenny||1-17||Croke Park||Lorcan O'Neill|||
|2019||Oranmore-Maree||Galway||2-18||Charleville||Cork||1-15||Croke Park||Gearoid McInerney and Niall Burke|
|2020||Tullaroan||Kilkenny||3-19||Fr. O'Neill's||Cork||5-12||Croke Park||Shane Walsh|
|No.||Team||Wins||Years won||Losses||Years lost|
|1||Kilkenny||7||2006, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2020||3||2005, 2011, 2018|
|2||Cork||3||2009, 2011, 2018||3||2006, 2019, 2020|
|Galway||1||2019||6||2007, 2008, 2009, 2014, 2016, 2017|
|No.||Team||Wins||Years won||Losses||Years lost|
|1||Leinster||9||2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2020||3||2005, 2011, 2018|
|2||Munster||4||2005, 2009, 2011, 2018||3||2006, 2019, 2020|
|Connacht||1||2019||6||2007, 2008, 2009, 2014, 2016, 2017|