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Stephen Cluxton

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Stephen Cluxton
Kickout 2012.jpg
Cluxton taking a kick-out during the 2012 All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo
Personal information
Sport Gaelic football
Position Goalkeeper
Born (1981-12-17) 17 December 1981 (age 39)
Coolock, Dublin, Ireland
Nickname Clucko[1]
Occupation Secondary school teacher
Years Club
Club titles
Dublin titles 0
Years College
Dublin City University
College titles
Sigerson titles 1
Years County Apps (scores)
Dublin 111 (0–48)
Inter-county titles
Leinster titles 16
All-Irelands 8
All Stars 6
*Inter County team apps and scores correct as of 11:11, 18 July 2019 (UTC+1).

Stephen Cluxton (born 17 December 1981) is an Irish Gaelic footballer who plays as a goalkeeper at senior level for the Dublin county team, which he captains.

Cluxton made his senior debut for Dublin during the 2001 Championship. Since then he has established himself as Dublin's first-choice goalkeeper and has won eight All-Ireland medals, beginning with lone triumphs in 2011 and 2013, and six championships in a row from 2015 to 2020. Cluxton is the only player in the history of the game to captain a team to seven championship titles. He has also won a record 16 Leinster medals, five National Football League medals and six All Stars. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest Gaelic footballers of all time, completely revolutionising the goalkeeping position.

Early life

Born in Coolock, Cluxton was raised in a house that had a strong association with association football. His father, Pat, won a lot of medals with Postal Celtic, while Cluxton himself played with St David's Primary School and Tolka Rovers.

Playing career


Cluxton first came to prominence as a Gaelic footballer with St David's CBS in Artane. He initially played association football at school and was reluctant to play Gaelic football as he believed that the sport was "too brutal".[2] Cluxton was eventually persuaded to join the St David's Gaelic football team and began as a corner-forward because of his ability to kick the ball off the ground before later moving to corner-back. The suspension and emigration of the school's first and second-choice goalkeepers saw Cluxton fill in as goalkeeper.[3]


During his studies at Dublin City University, Cluxton was selected for the college's senior football team. On 25 February 2006, he won a Sigerson Cup medal as goalkeeper following DCU's 0–11 to 1–04 defeat of Queen's University Belfast in the final.[4]


Cluxton joined the Parnells club at a young age and played in all grades at juvenile and underage levels. Renowned for his shot stopping, his reflexes and his agility in these grades, some deemed him a little small for a goalkeeper and questioned his aerial ability when he eventually joined the club's senior team. Cluxton subsequently worked on these perceived weaknesses in his game. He plays Midfield with them.[5]


Minor and under-21

Cluxton first played for Dublin at minor level as a 17-year-old. On 7 August 1999, he was in goal when Dublin defeated Wexford by 2–13 to 1–12 in the Leinster final replay.[6]

Cluxton subsequently joined the Dublin under-21 team, making his first appearance on 18 February 2001 in a Leinster quarter-final defeat of Longford.[7]

After a disappointing debut season in the grade, Cluxton won a Leinster Championship medal in 2002 after a 1–17 to 2–04 defeat of Wicklow in the final at St Conleth's Park.[8] On 6 October 2002, Cluxton was in goal for Dublin when they suffered a 0–15 to 0–07 defeat by Galway in the All-Ireland final.[9]



Cluxton made his championship debut in goal for Dublin on 27 May 2001 in a 2–19 to 1–13 Leinster Championship defeat of Longford.[10] He made two appearances during the championship before being replaced by regular goalkeeper Davy Byrne who returned from injury.

Byrne's retirement from Dublin in February 2002 allowed Cluxton to take over as first-choice goalkeeper.[11] Cluxton made his National Football League debut against Donegal in 2002; he would go on to complete his 99th league appearance against Donegal in 2018.[12] On 14 July 2002, he was in goal when Dublin won their first Leinster Championship title in seven years after a 2–13 to 2–11 defeat of Kildare in the final.[13] Cluxton ended the season by winning his first All Star Award as well as being named the RTÉ/Hibernian Young Personality of the Year.

On 5 July 2003, Cluxton was red-carded for kicking Steven McDonnell in the 43rd minute of Dublin's All-Ireland Qualifier defeat by Armagh.[14] Dublin manager Tommy Lyons publicly blamed him for the defeat stating that his dismissal "turned the whole game."[15] Reports suggested that Cluxton walked home alone from Croke Park without his gearbag as many suspected that he would receive a lengthy ban. The uncertainty led to Cluxton questioning his future involvement with the team, particularly when St. Patrick's Athletic and other professional football clubs offered him a contract to switch codes and play in the League of Ireland.[16] Ultimately, he received a one-month ban and soon returned to the Dublin panel.

On 17 July 2005, Cluxton won his second Leinster Championship medal after Dublin's 0–14 to 0–13 defeat of Laois in the final.[17]


Cluxton won a third Leinster Championship medal on 16 July 2006 when Dublin retained the title after a 1–15 to 0–09 defeat of Offaly in the final.[18] He ended the season by winning his second All Star Award in goal.[19]

On 15 July 2007, Cluxton won his fourth Leinster Championship medal when Dublin completed a hat-trick of provincial titles following a 3–14 to 1–14 defeat of Laois in the final.[20] In spite of some questionable kick-outs in the All-Ireland semi-final defeat by Kerry, Cluxton conceded just two goals in six championship games and was presented with his third All Star Award.[21]

Cluxton won a fifth Leinster Championship medal on 20 July 2008 when Dublin retained the title for a fourth successive year after a 3–23 to 0–09 defeat of Wexford in the final.[22]

On 12 July 2009, Cluxton was in goal for Dublin's fifth successive Leinster Championship triumph after a 2–15 to 0–18 defeat of Kildare in the final.[23] He was later nominated for an All Star Award, however, he lost out to Kerry's Diarmuid Murphy.[24]

A free kick to win the All-Ireland...Stephen
his 55th championship match...15 points in his career
so far, he's already got one today...the distance with
the angle about 45 metres, here he comes to win the
All-Ireland...Cluxton...he's put it over the bar...and Dublin
are in front by 1–12 to 1–11...Cluxton the hero.

RTÉ's Ger Canning describes the last moments of the
2011 All-Ireland final.

Dublin surrendered their title to Meath in 2010 in a game which saw Cluxton concede five goals, however, he won a seventh Leinster Championship medal the following year after a 2–12 to 1–12 defeat of Wexford in the final.[25][26] On 18 September 2011, Cluxton lined out in goal against Kerry in his first All-Ireland final. In the 72nd minute of the game and with the sides level he scored a free kick to secure a 1–12 to 1–11 victory and a first All-Ireland title for Dublin in 16 years.[27] Shortly after the final whistle, Cluxton was presented with the match ball by Tomás Ó Sé, however, in keeping with his intensely private persona, he avoided the post-match celebrations and retreated to the dressing room. Dublin teammate Paul Flynn paid tribute afterwards: "He [Cluxton] is out training an hour before everybody else and he kicks them over with his eyes closed. I didn't even look at the kick. I looked at him and he just kicked it and ran back. He is a phenomenal man, I am delighted for him."[28] Cluxton ended the season by winning a fourth All Star Award as well as being nominated for Footballer of the Year.[29]

On 22 July 2012, Cluxton won an eighth Leinster Championship medal after a 2–13 to 1–13 defeat of Meath in the final.[30] Dublin later surrendered their All-Ireland title, however, Cluxton ended the season with another All Star nomination but lost out to Donegal's Paul Durcan for the goalkeeping position.[31] Jim Gavin's appointment as manager of Dublin in October 2012 resulted in Cluxton taking over the captaincy of the team.[32]


On 28 April 2013, he won his first silverware as captain when the Dublin team defeated Tyrone by 0–18 to 0–17 to win the National Football League title for the first time in 20 years.[33] He later won a ninth Leinster Championship medal when he captained Dublin to a 2–15 to 0–14 defeat of Meath in the final.[34] He was later criticised on The Sunday Game for time wasting by taking 7 minutes and 54 seconds to take seven frees during the game.[35] On 22 September 2013, Cluxton captained Dublin for the first time in an All-Ireland final. He ended the game as Dublin's second top scorer with two points from frees in Dublin's 2–12 to 1–14 defeat of Mayo.[36] Cluxton ended the year by winning a fifth All Star Award, while he was also nominated for Football of the Year for a second time.[37][38]

On 27 April 2014, Cluxton won a second successive National League medal as captain of the team following Dublin's 3–19 to 1–10 defeat of Derry in defending their title.[39] He later won his 10th Leinster Championship medal as Dublin retained the title for a fourth successive year following a 3–20 to 1–10 defeat of Meath.[40] Dublin later surrendered their All-Ireland title, however, Cluxton ended the season with another All Star nomination but lost out to Donegal's Paul Durcan for the second time in three seasons.[41]

Cluxton captained Dublin to a third successive National League title on 26 April 2015 after a 1–12 to 2–07 defeat of Cork in the final.[42] Later that season Dublin's dominance continued in the Leinster Championship, with Cluxton winning an 11th provincial medal when he captained Dublin to a 2–13 to 0–06 defeat of Westmeath in the final.[43][44] On 20 September 2015, he became the first goalkeeper to score in three All-Ireland finals when he captained Dublin to a 0–12 to 0–09 defeat of Kerry.[45] It was his third All-Ireland winners' medal.

Cluxton again lead Dublin to an All-Ireland Final in 2016 against Mayo. This ended a draw after a relatively poor game due to difficult weather conditions, on a scoreline of 2–09 to 0–15.[46] He captained Dublin to win the replay on a scoreline of 1–15 to 1–14.[47]

In 2017, Dublin were narrowly defeated in the National League final by Kerry by a single point. Dublin then went on to win a record seven Leinster titles in-a-row.[48] On 17 September, Cluxton again captained Dublin to a historic 3-in-a-row All-Ireland titles with another narrow 1–17 to 1–16 victory against Mayo.[49] Having been outplayed in the first half, the Dubs turned the game around to win a thrilling game courtesy of a 75th-minute Dean Rock free.[50]

Cluxton started in six of Dublin's games during the 2018 National League, during which time he made his 100th league appearance.[51] On 1 April 2018, he captained Dublin to a fifth league title in seven seasons after an 0–18 to 0–14 defeat of Galway in the final. During the subsequent Leinster semi-final defeat of Longford, Cluxton suffered an injury to the lower back after a challenge by James McGivney. The injury resulted in him missing his first championship game since 2004, however, he won a 14th Leinster medal as a non-playing substitute after Dublin's 1–25 to 0–10 defeat of Laois in the final.[52][53] On 2 September 2018, Cluxton made his 200th appearance for Dublin when he captained the team to a record-equalling fourth successive All-Ireland title after a 2–17 to 1–14 defeat of Tyrone in the final.[54] In doing so he broke his own record by becoming the only player in the history of the championship to captain a team to four All-Ireland titles in-a-row. It was his fifth time captaining the team to the title while it was his sixth All-Ireland winners' medal overall.[55] While his teammates celebrated, Cluxton took out a broom and swept the changing room floor.[56][57]

Cluxton became his county's most capped player on 17 October 2020, overtaking Johnny McDonnell's record against Meath in the National League.[58] On 19 December 2020, Cluxton won his eight All-Ireland senior title and seventh as captain as Dublin defeated Mayo in the 2020 All-Ireland Final.[59]

International rules

Cluxton made his debut appearance for Ireland in the International Rules Series during the 2002 test series won by Australia. He was part of the victorious Irish team during the 2004 International Rules Series, winning the Irish player of the tournament award.[60]

Cluxton kept a clean sheet when he played in goal for Ireland in the 2010 International Rules Series in Limerick.[61] Cluxton captained Ireland during the 2011 International Rules Series in Australia.[62] Ireland went on to win the Series.[63]

Injury ruled him out of the 2013 International Rules Series so Paddy O'Rourke filled his gloves.[64][65][66]


Cluxton is widely regarded as the greatest Gaelic football goalkeeper of all time. Colm O'Rourke has described Cluxton as "the best goalkeeper I have seen".[67]

Personal life

Cluxton is a secondary school teacher at St David's CBS, Artane, where he teaches Physics.[citation needed]

He served as a member of the school football team coaching staff.[citation needed]

He teaches Biology at St Vincent's CBS.[68]

Charity work

In April 2011, while participating in a charity association football match between Darndale F.C. and Liverpool/Manchester United Legends in aid of Autism Ireland, Cluxton clashed with former Republic of Ireland national football team player Jason McAteer. Cluxton and McAteer were both sent off.[69]

Career statistics

As of 18 July 2019
Appearances and scores by team, season and competition
Team Season National League Leinster All-Ireland Total
Division Apps Score Apps Score Apps Score Apps Score
Dublin 2001 Division 1A 0 0–00 2 0–00 0 0–00 2 0–00
2002 5 0–00 3 0–00 3 0–00 11 0–00
2003 5 0–00 2 0–00 2 0–00 9 0–00
2004 5 0–00 0 0–00 5 0–00 10 0–00
2005 6 0–00 4 0–00 2 0–00 12 0–00
2006 6 0–00 3 0–00 2 0–00 11 0–00
2007 7 0–00 4 0–00 2 0–00 13 0–00
2008 Division 2 6 0–00 3 0–00 1 0–00 10 0–00
2009 Division 1 6 0–00 3 0–00 1 0–00 10 0–00
2010 5 0–00 2 0–00 5 0–05 12 0–05
2011 6 0–00 3 0–06 3 0–06 12 0–12
2012 4 0–04 3 0–03 2 0–06 9 0–13
2013 7 0–04 3 0–07 3 0–09 13 0–20
2014 8 0–10 3 0–04 2 0–01 13 0–15
2015 6 0–00 3 0–00 4 0–01 13 0–01
2016 6 0–00 3 0–00 4 0–00 13 0–00
2017 8 0–00 3 0–00 3 0–00 14 0–00
2018 6 0–00 2 0–00 5 0–00 13 0–00
2019 2 0–00 3 0–00 1 0–00 6 0–00
Total 104 0–18 52 0–20 50 0–28 206 0–66



Dublin City University




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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Bryan Cullen
Dublin Senior Football Captain
Succeeded by
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Michael Murphy
All-Ireland Senior Football Final
winning captain

Succeeded by
Fionn Fitzgerald
Preceded by
Fionn Fitzgerald
All-Ireland Senior Football Final
winning captain

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Pádraig Hampsey
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