There are seven live GAA and ladies football games on television this coming weekend. In addition, there are a further four which will be live streaming on GAA Go, and the TG4 YouTube channel.
The television action throws in on Friday evening with the meeting of Galway and Kerry in the opening round of the All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship on TG4 at 7:30pm.
On Saturday afternoon, the first of two games on Sky Sports gets underway at 4:30pm with the meeting of Tyrone and Cavan in the Ulster Football Championship. That is followed by Tipperary and Kerry's Munster Football semi-final at 7pm.
On Saturday evening, TG4 has two delayed 2020 finals, with Kilkenny playing Galway in the All-Ireland minor hurling final at 5pm and Dublin playing Cork in the All-Ireland U20 hurling final at 7:15pm.
Sunday's action gets underway at 2pm on RTÉ when Mayo play Leitrim in the Connacht football semi-finals. That is followed by an Ulster football clash between Donegal against Derry at 4pm. The latter game will be live on RTÉ and BBC.
GAA on TV: July 9th - 11th
Friday, July 9th
All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship group 4, round 1: Galway vs Kerry @ 7:30pm live on TG4
Saturday, July 10th
All-Ireland Hurling Championship qualifiers preliminary round: Antrim vs Laois : 2:30pm live on GAA GO
2020 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship semi-final: Meath vs Derry @ 3pm live on TG4 YouTube channel
Munster Football Championship semi-final: Limerick vs Cork @ 3pm live on GAA GO
Ulster Football Championship quarter-final: Tyrone vs Cavan @ 4:30pm live on Sky Sports Arena (with deferred coverage on BBC)
2020 All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship final: Kilkenny vs Galway @ 5pm live on TG4
Munster Football Championship semi-final: Tipperary vs Kerry @ 7pm live on Sky Sports Arena
2020 All-Ireland U20 Hurling Championship Final: Dublin vs Cork @ 7:15pm live on TG4
Sunday, July 11th
Connacht Football Championship semi-final: Mayo vs Leitrim @ 2pm live on RTÉ2
2020 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship semi-final: Kerry vs Roscommon @ 2:30pm live on TG4 YouTube channel
Ulster Football Championship quarter-final: Donegal vs Derry @ 4pm live on RTÉ2 and BBC Two Northern Ireland