Cork have 7 All-Ireland senior football titles and 30 All-Ireland senior Hurling titles up to the end of the 2010 championships.
In Hurling, after Kilkenny, Cork have the second most All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles.
Cork have won the All-Ireland Senior Hurling final on 30 occasions.
Thirty seven Senior All Ireland titles, thirty hurling and seven football
Cork's last All-Ireland Senior Hurling title was in 2005. Their last All-Ireland Senior Football title was in 2010.
They have 36 All-Ireland titles in senior hurling. Their first was in 1904 against Cork, Their last was in 2015 against Galway. They won 10 all Ireland under 21 hurling titles They won 9 all Ireland junior hurling titles They won 18 all Ireland minor hurling titles They have won none in Gaelic Football. They won 1 all Ireland ladies junior football title.
Two teams have won 4 All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles in a row. Cork: 1941, 1942, 1943 and 1944. Kilkenny: 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.
As of the end of the 2015 championships Cork have won the All-Ireland Senior Hurling title 30 times. Only Kilkenny, with 36 titles, have more. In third place, on 26, is Tipperary. The years Cork won are as follows:189018921893189419021903191919261928192919311941194219431944194619521953195419661970197619771978198419861990199920042005
Ray Cummins Cork, Brian Murphy Cork, Jimmy Barry-Murphy Cork, Teddy McCarthy Cork, Denis Walsh Cork and Liam Currams Offaly all won All Ireland Senior Hurling and Football medals
Cork and Kilkenny have both won 4 All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles in a row. Wexford and Kerry have both won 4 All-Ireland Senior Football titles in a row, with Kerry doing it twice.
Cork were both All-Ireland Senior Hurling and All-Ireland Senior Football Champions in both 1890 and 1990.
The current(2012) Cork Senior Hurling manager is Jimmy Barry Murphy.