Ulster SFC final to be played on August 1

April 23, 2021

Cavan's Thomas Galligan with Michael Murphy of Donegal

This year’s Ulster senior football championship final will take place on August 1st after the fixtures for the competition were recently finalised. 

The race for the Anglo-Celt Cup will begin with preliminary round clash between Down and Donegal on the weekend June 26th, with two of the two quarter-finals on the following weekend.

The Athletic Grounds will host the meeting of Armagh and Antrim, with Monaghan and Fermanagh squaring off at St Tiernach’s Park, Clones.

The other two quarter-finals are set to be played on the weekend of July 10th, with the pick of the ties seeing defending champions Cavan travel to Omagh to take on Tyrone while Derry await the winners of Down and Donegal.

A win for Down would see them travelling to Celtic Park to take on the holders and if Donegal advance they will be hosting the Oak Leafers in Ballybofey.

The semi-finals are down for the weekend of July 17/18, with the venues for both games and the decider to be confirmed.

2020 Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship 

First Round (Saturday 26 / Sunday 27 June)

An Dún V  Dún na nGall at Páirc Esler

Quarter Final 1 (Saturday 03 July / Sunday 04 July)  

(b) Ard Mhacha V  Aontroim at Athletic Grounds

Quarter Final 2 (Saturday 03 / Sunday 04 July)  

(c) Muineachán V  Fear Manach at St Tiernach’s Park  

Quarter Final 3 (Saturday 10 July / Sunday 11 July) 

(d) Tír Eoghain V An Cabhán at Healy Park  

Quarter Final 4 (Saturday 10 July / Sunday 11 July) 

(e)     Doire                     V  (a) An Dún / Dún na nGall

If Doire V An Dún at Celtic Park, 

If Doire V Dún na nGall at Páirc MacCumhaill

Semi Final (Saturday 17 July)

 Ard Mhacha / Aontroim V Muineachán / Fear Manach

Semi Final (Sunday 18 July)

Tír Eoghain / An Cabhán V An Dún / Dún na nGall / Doire

Senior Football Final (Sunday 01 August)  

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