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Eight Football Games To Watch Live On TV This Weekend

Eight Football Games To Watch Live On TV This Weekend
By PJ Browne

There are six live GAA games along with two from the ladies football championship live on television this coming weekend.

The action throws in on Saturday afternoon with TG4 showing both of the All-Ireland minor football semi-finals. First up at 1pm is Derry vs Galway, and that is followed at 2:45pm by Kerry vs Mayo.

TG4 also has a double-header from the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship on Saturday. At 5pm, it's Cork vs Waterford, and then at 7:15pm, Dublin face Mayo.

Both of Saturday's All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-finals are on Sky Sports Arena. Clare play Derry at 3:45pm, and then Cork face Dublin at 6pm.

On Sunday, RTÉ2 has both of the football quarter-finals. Armagh play Galway at 1:45pm, and then it's Kerry vs Mayo at 4pm.

14 July 2019; Paul Murphy of Kerry gathers possession during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final Group 1 Phase 1 match between Kerry and Mayo at Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney, Kerry. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

GAA on TV: June 25th - 26th

Saturday, June 25th

All-Ireland Minor Football Championship semi-final: Derry vs Galway at 1pm on TG4

All-Ireland Minor Football Championship semi-final: Kerry vs Mayo at 2:45pm on TG4

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All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-final: Clare vs Derry at 3:45pm on Sky Sports Arena

All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship Group D Round 3: Cork vs Waterford at 5pm on TG4

All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship Group A Round 3: Dublin vs Mayo at 7:15pm on TG4

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All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-final: Cork vs Dublin at 6pm on Sky Sports Arena

Sunday, June 26th

All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-final: Armagh vs Galway at 1:45pm on RTÉ2

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All-Ireland Football Championship quarter-final: Kerry vs Mayo at 4pm on RTÉ2

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