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Kildare v Sligo: How To Watch The U20 All-Ireland Football Final TV Info And Teams

Kildare v Sligo: How To Watch The U20 All-Ireland Football Final TV Info And Teams
By Joshua Bell Curran Updated
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After losing in last year's final Kildare are back for vengeance as they take on underdogs Sligo in their first U20 All-Ireland Final this Saturday. We have all the information on how to watch Kildare v Sligo right here.

Kildare v Sligo: TV details

Kildare v Sligo will be broadcast live on TG4 with coverage beginning at 13:00 and throw-in set for 13:30.

When does Kildare v Sligo take place? 

Kildare and Sligo clash at the Kingspan Breffni stadium Cavan at 13:30 on Saturday the 13th of May.

7 May 2022; Luke Killian of Kildare in action against Joseph Keaney of Sligo during the EirGrid GAA Football All-Ireland U20 Championship Semi-Final match between Sligo and Kildare at Kingspan Breffni in Cavan. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile

What is at stake? 

The stakes don't get much higher than this: Come Saturday afternoon either Kildare or Sligo will be the U20 All-Ireland Champions.

Kildare have won the competition on just two previous occasions back in 1965 and more recently in 2018. They came agonisingly close last year as well, losing out to Tyrone in the Final, but they're back for vengeance now with the hurt of last year still fresh.


Sligo have not only never won the competition but this will be their first U20 All-Ireland final ever. While some might find that prospect daunting this Sligo team have jumped all the hurdles against the most successful counties this season.

The story so far

Sligo have had a phenomenal season winning the Connacht U20 championship for a second consecutive season, overcoming Galway by just a single point in the final beating highly tipped favourites Mayo and Roscommon along the way. Their win in Tuam got them straight into the semi-finals where they went on to beat Kerry 1-8 to 0-9, the goal proving crucial.


Kildare's season hasn't been bad either they faced off against Down in the All-Ireland semi-final winning by the bare minimum one point. But before that, they saw off a very strong and highly-tipped Dublin side after extra time claiming another Leinster U20 championship.

There should be little between these two sides on Saturday, with both sides reliant on huge team efforts for points over goals.

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