GAA on TV: Get ready for a massive weekend of football action

June 24, 2022

Kerry's David Clifford and Padraig O'Hora of Mayo ©INPHO/James Crombie

We're in for a massive weekend of gaelic football action.

Eight games are down for decision on live television across the All-Ireland senior and minor championship knockout stages, and the All-Ireland ladies senior championship group phase.

Saturday is going to be a busy one with Derry and Clare facing off in their All-Ireland SFC quarter-final clash at Croke Park, as a curtain raiser to the Dublin v Cork showdown. Both games will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena.

TG4 have the All-Ireland MFC semi-finals and an All-Ireland ladies SFC double-bill from Portlaoise that same day. RTÉ will be covering the second of the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final double-headers at GAA headquarters on The Sunday Game Live, as Armagh and Galway go head-to-head, before the big one of the weekend, Mayo v Kerry.

Saturday 25 June

All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals
Derry v Clare, Croke Park, 3.45pm - Sky Sports Arena
Dublin v Cork, Croke Park, 6pm - Sky Sports Arena

All-Ireland MFC semi-finals
Galway v Derry, Parnell Park, 1pm - TG4
Mayo v Kerry, O'Connor Park, 2.45pm - TG4

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Round 3
Kerry v Westmeath, Fitzgerald Stadium, 1pm
Cavan v Tipperary, Kingspan Breffni, 2pm
Armagh v Monaghan, Athletic Grounds, 2pm
Cork v Waterford, Portlaoise, 5pm - TG4
Dublin v Mayo, Portlaoise, 7.15pm - TG4 (Matches available on the LGFA’s live-streaming service:

Sunday 26 June

All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals
Galway v Armagh, Croke Park, 1.45pm - RTE2
Kerry v Mayo, Croke Park, 4pm - RTE2

All-Ireland Ladies IFC quarter-finals
Louth v Roscommon, Kinnegad, 2pm
Clare v Longford, Birr, 2pm
Tyrone v Wexford, Ashbourne, 2.30pm
Laois v Wicklow, Kinnegad, 4pm (Matches available on the LGFA’s live-streaming service:

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