Dates confirmed for Ulster football championship

Ulster final will take place on Sunday, August 1st

Cavan players celebrate beating Donegal in the Ulster SFC Final at the Athletics Grounds in Armagh last November. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Cavan players celebrate beating Donegal in the Ulster SFC Final at the Athletics Grounds in Armagh last November. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

 

Ulster GAA has released finalised details of this summer’s football championship, beginning on June 27th and culminating in the final on Sunday, August 1st.

Ulster SFC 2021

Preliminary round
Sunday, June 27th:
Down v Donegal, Páirc Esler, 1.15.

Quarter-finals
Saturday, July 3rd:
Monaghan v Fermanagh, St Tiernach’s Park, 3.30
Sunday, July 4th: Armagh v Antrim, Athletic Grounds, 3.30
Saturday, July 10th: Tyrone v Cavan, Healy Park, 4.30
Sunday, July 11th: Derry v Down/Donegal, Celtic Park/Ballybofey, 4.0

Semi-finals
Saturday, July 17th:
Monaghan/Fermanagh v Armagh/Antrim, 4.0
Sunday, July 18th: Tyrone/Cavan v Down/Derry/Donegal, 2.0

Final
Sunday, August 1st:
Monaghan/Fermanagh/Armagh/Antrim v Tyrone/Cavan/Down/Derry/Donegal, 3.15

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