The Weekend's Best Football Qualifiers Will Both Be On Sky Sports

The Weekend's Best Football Qualifiers Will Both Be On Sky Sports

The times, dates and TV details have been set for this weekend's Round 3 of the All-Ireland football qualifiers.

All four games will be played on Saturday, June 29th.

Kildare will face Tyrone at 5pm in St Conleth's Park, Newbridge. That game will be live on Sky Sports.

At 6pm in Cusack Park in Mullingar, Westmeath will play Clare.

Mayo vs Armagh will be played at 7pm in MacHale Park in Castlebar. That game will also be shown live on Sky Sports.

Laois will also face Offaly at 7pm. That game is being played at O'Moore Park in Portlaoise.


All games will be played under 'winner on the day' rules.

The winners of the Round 3 games will face the losing provincial finalists - Cork, Galway, Meath and Cavan - in the final round of the qualifiers for a place in the Super 8s.

As no repeat pairings from the provincial championships are allowed, Cavan can't face Armagh should they beat Mayo and Meath can't face either Laois or Offaly.

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