2007 National Football League (Ireland)
|Dates||3 February – 29 April 2007|
|Winners||Donegal (1st win)|
|Other division winners|
Due to the extended reshuffling of the structure for the 2008 campaign, survival in Divisions 1A and 1B, was much more precarious—with four relegation places in these divisions, the bottom two teams were relegated to Division 3, and the teams finishing in 5th place and 6th places were relegated to Division 2.
Donegal won the 2007 National Football League by securing the Division One title, a historic achievement and their very first National Football League title. They were unbeaten throughout the competition.
Meath won the Division Two title.
The top two teams from both division one A and B go on to qualify for the league semi finals and then the winning team goes on to qualify for the final. The winner of the final game are the football league champions. The bottom two teams in Division one A and B are relegated to Division three of the next format for 2008. The teams who finish in fifth and sixth place in Division A and B are relegated to Division two in the new 2008 format. The teams in first, second, third and fourth position in both Division A and B qualify to play in the new 2008 format in Division One.
The top two teams from Division two A and B go on to qualify for the division two semi finals. The winners of the semi final go on to play in the Division two finals and the winner becomes the 2007 Division two champions. The top two teams in Division 2A and 2B go on to play in Division 2 in the 2008 format. The teams that finish in third and fourth position go on to play in Division 3 of the 2008 format and the bottom four teams will play in Division four of the 2008 format.
All of the final positions in the league will be determined by each teams scoring, there will be no playoffs in the 2007 National Football League. If two teams finish the league on the same points, the scores are then taken into consideration and the team with the best average go to the higher position. If the teams remain equal after the scores have been averaged out, the result of the game which involved the two teams will be seen as the deciding factor between the teams.
Division 1A TableEdit
|Donegal||7||6||1||0||10-79||8-64||+21||13||Advance to NFL semi-final|
|Kerry||7||4||1||2||3-78||6-62||+7||9||Remain in Division 1|
|Dublin||7||3||0||4||6-73||2-66||+19||6||Relegated to Division 2 of the 2008 NFL|
|Limerick||7||1||1||5||6-67||8-73||–12||3||Relegated to Division 3 of the 2008 NFL|
Division 1B TableEdit
|Galway||7||5||0||2||6-68||2-66||+14||10||Advance to NFL semi-final|
|Derry||7||4||1||2||6-82||6-66||+16||9||Remain in Division 1|
|Westmeath||7||3||0||4||4-67||6-69||–8||6||Relegated to Division 2 of the 2008 NFL|
|Louth||7||2||1||4||8-77||7-86||–7||5||Relegated to Division 3 of the 2008 NFL|
- "Donegal achieve historic win - First national league title comes to county after victory over Mayo". Donegal Times. 25 April 2007. Archived from the original on 12 April 2015. Retrieved 25 April 2007.
- "Donegal win National League title". BBC Sport. BBC. 22 April 2007. Archived from the original on 12 April 2015. Retrieved 22 April 2007.