THE ALL-IRELAND Senior Football Championship quarter-final between Derry v Clare takes places this weekend.
The game between the pair will be first of the four quarter finals to played this weekend through Saturday to Sunday.
Kerry play Mayo, Dublin play Cork, and Galway play Armagh in the other games.
Here is everything you need to know about the opening game between the Derry and Clare,
Time is running out so get your tickets now. — Clare Gaa (@GaaClare) June 23, 2022
Colm and the players need your support in Croke Park.
Tickets for Saturday's game can be purchased on link below or from Centra or Supervalu stores
Time is running out so get your tickets now.
— Clare Gaa (@GaaClare) June 23, 2022
Saturday June 25th.
The throw-in time will be at 3.45pm
Dublin play Cork after at 6pm
TV Channel and stream
Sky Sports Arena will start coverage beginning at 3.15pm.
All games will be available on GAA GO for viewers outside of the UK & Ireland for €10.
Ticketmaster can be found here, but there can be no guarantee they are still there.
Ulster Championship quarter-final: Tyrone vs Derry 0-10-1-18 (win)
Ulster Championship semi-final: Derry vs Monaghan 3-12-0-7 (win)
Ulster Championship final: Derry vs Donegal 1-16-1-14 (win)
Munster Championship quarter-final: Clare vs Limerick 1-19 to 2-16 (loss)
All-Ireland senior football qualifiers round 1: Clare vs Meath 1-11 to 1-9 (win)
All-Ireland senior football qualifiers round 2: Clare vs Roscommon 2-15-1-17 (win)