|Irish name||Coireall Ó Fearghail|
1950 (age 65–66)|
|Occupation||Retired secondary school principal|
Cyril Farrell (born 1950) is an Irish former hurling manager, selector, trainer and coach. He was the manager of the Galway senior team on three separate occasions, where he became the county's longest-serving manager and most successful in terms of major titles won. Farrell is regarded as one of the greatest managers in the history of the modern game.
After being involved in team management and coaching in all grades at club level with Tommy Larkin's, as well as with the Galway minor and under-21 teams, Farrell was appointed coach of the Galway senior team for the first time in 1979. As manager at various times over much of the following twenty years, he led Galway through a period of unprecedented national dominance, winning seven major honours. These include three All-Ireland Championships, including back-to-back titles in 1987 and 1988, two Connacht Championships and two National Hurling Leagues.
- University College Galway
- Fitzgibbon Cup (1): 1977
- Tommy Larkin's
- Connacht Senior Club Hurling Championship (1): 1971
- Galway Senior Club Hurling Championship (1): 1971
- All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship (3): 1980, 1987, 1988
- Connacht Senior Hurling Championship (2): 1997, 1998
- National Hurling League (2): 1986-87, 1988-89
- All-Ireland Under-21 Hurling Championship (2): 1978, 1996
- All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship (1): 1983
- "Galway turn to Farrell". Irish Times. 20 September 1996. Retrieved 27 July 2016.