The Antrim Senior Football Championship is an annual Gaelic Athletic Association competition between the top gaelic football clubs in Antrim GAA. The winners of the championship represent Antrim in the Ulster Senior Club Football Championship. The current (2019) champions are Erin’s Own Cargin, who have won the title on 9 occasions. In 2000 no title was awarded, as both finalists were ejected from the competition, because of fighting. However, in 2005, the 2000 title was awarded to Cargin. Following its 2009 success, St. Galls captured the 2009 Ulster Championship and on St. Patrick's Day 2010 defeated Kilmurry-Ibrickane of Clare in Croke Park to win the All-Ireland title, becoming the first Antrim club to do so.