List of 2021 All-Ireland Ladies Football – Fixture Dates and Start Time

List of 2021 All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship Fixture Dates and Start Time, Will Dublin be champions, or can Cork and May upset the favorites.

CHAMPIONS Dublin will open the defence of their TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Championship crown with a clash against Tyrone.

The confirmed fixtures for the 2021 campaign have also pitted 2020 Senior runners-up Cork against last year’s All-Ireland Intermediate champions Meath in the opening round.

The 2021 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Championships get underway on July 10, with Dublin in Group C alongside Tyrone and Waterford.

Cork were drawn with Munster rivals Tipperary, and Meath, in Group B, while Group A, the only four-team group, contains Ulster teams Armagh, Cavan and Monaghan, along with Mayo.

The opening fixtures in this group will Armagh, the 2020 semi-finalists, take on Monaghan, with Cavan facing Mayo.

In Group D, the opening game of a group with a real Gaeltacht feel is the meeting of Galway and Kerry, with Donegal also in this pool.

Two teams will emerge from each group to contest the quarter-finals over the August Bank Holiday weekend; the semi-finals are pencilled in for August 14, and the Final will be played at Croke Park on Sunday, September 5.

The TG4 Intermediate Championship will follow a similar pattern, with two teams qualifying from each group to play in the quarter-finals.

Westmeath, the 2020 runners-up who will be aiming for promotion back to the Senior ranks, begin their campaign against fellow Leinster side Longford in Group 1, with Wexford facing Sligo in this four-team group.

Elsewhere, 2020 Junior Champions Fermanagh will take on Leitrim in their Group 2 opener, the opening Group 3 game is Roscommon against Kildare, with Offaly facing Down in Group 4.

In a five-team TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship group, four teams will qualify from the round-robin stage to contest the semi-finals.

Antrim meet Derry in an Ulster derby on the opening weekend, with Limerick facing 2020 runners-up Wicklow. Carlow have a bye in Round 1 before they commence their campaign with a fixture against Antrim in Round 2.

2021 TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Fixtures

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Armagh Cork Dublin Galway
Cavan Tipperary Tyrone Kerry
Monaghan Meath Waterford Donegal
Mayo

 

Round 1 – 10th July

Group 1                       Armagh v Monaghan

Cavan v Mayo

Group 2:                      Cork v Meath

Group 3:                      Dublin v Tyrone

Group 4:                      Galway v Kerry

 

Round 2 – 17th July

Group 1:                      Monaghan v Mayo

Armagh v Cavan

Group 2:                      Cork v Tipperary

Group 3:                      Dublin v Waterford

Group 4:                      Donegal v Galway

 

Round 3 – 24th July

Group 1:                      Monaghan v Cavan

Armagh v Mayo

Group 2:                      Tipperary v Meath

Group 3:                      Tyrone v Waterford

Group 4                       Kerry v Donegal

 

 

Quarter-finals – 31st July/ 1st August/2nd August 

QF 1:                1st Group 1 v 2nd Group 2

QF 2:                1st Group 2 v 2nd Group 3

QF 3:                1st Group 3 v 2nd Group 4

QF 4:                1st Group 4 v 2nd Group 1

 

Semi-Finals – 14th August

SF 1:                Winner Q/F 1 v Winner Q/F 2

SF 2:                Winner Q/F 3 v Winner Q/F 4

 

Final – 5th September

 

2021 TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship Fixtures

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Westmeath Clare Roscommon Offaly
Longford Fermanagh Kildare Down
Wexford Leitrim Laois Louth
Sligo

 

Round 1  – 11th July

Group 1:          Westmeath v Longford

Wexford v Sligo

Group 2:          Fermanagh v Leitrim              (To be played on Saturday 10th July)

Group 3:          Roscommon v Kildare

Group 4:          Offaly v Down

 

Round 2 – 18th July

Group 1:          Longford v Wexford

Westmeath v Sligo

Group 2:          Clare v Leitrim

Group 3:          Kildare v Laois

Group 4:          Down v Louth

 

Round 3 – 25th July

Group 1:          Longford v Sligo

Westmeath v Wexford

Group 2:          Clare v Fermanagh

Group 3:          Roscommon v Laois

Group 4:          Louth v Offaly

 

Quarter-finals – 7th/8th August

QF 1:                1st Group 1 v 2nd Group 2

QF 2:                1st Group 2 v 2nd Group 3

QF 3:                1st Group 3 v 2nd Group 4

QF 4:                1st Group 4 v 2nd Group 1

 

Semi-Finals – 14th/15th August

SF 1:                Winner Q/F 1 v Winner Q/F 2

SF 2:                Winner Q/F 3 v Winner Q/F 4

 

Final – 5th September

 

2021 TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Fixtures

  1. Antrim
  2. Carlow
  3. Derry
  4. Limerick
  5. Wicklow

 

Round 1 – 11th July 2021

Antrim v Derry                                    (To be played on Saturday 10th July)

Limerick v Wicklow

Carlow Bye

 

Round 2 – 18th July 2021

Antrim v Carlow

Derry v Limerick

Wicklow Bye

 

Round 3 – 24th July 2021

Antrim v Limerick

Carlow (H) v Wicklow (Wicklow at Home in 2020)

Derry Bye

 

Round 4 – 8th August 2021

Antrim v Wicklow

Carlow v Derry

Limerick Bye

 

Round 5 – 15th August 2021

Carlow v Limerick

Derry v Wicklow

Antrim Bye

 

Semi-Finals – 21st/22nd August 2021

1 v 4

2 v 3

 

Final – 5th September 2021

 

 

 

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