THE ALL-IRELAND Senior Football Championship quarter-final between Galway and Armagh takes places this weekend.
Here's everything you need to know
Sunday, June 26.
The throw-in time will be at 1.45pm.
Kerry and Mayo will take place after at 4pm.
TV Channel and stream
RTE Two's coverage will start at 1.15pm.
The two matches will also be streamed on the RTE Player and worldwide on GAAGO.
All games will be available on GAA GO for viewers outside of the UK & Ireland at a cost of €10.
Derry vs Clare?
Dublin vs Cork?
Galway vs Armagh?
Kerry vs Mayo?
🏐 Which way is @moylesiea leaning ahead this weekend's All-Ireland quarter-finals | 🤔@GilletteUK | #EffortlessFlow pic.twitter.com/RX4ikHiuig
— Off The Ball (@offtheball) June 20, 2022
Ticketmaster can be found here, but there can be no guarantee they are still there.
Connacht Championship quarter-final Mayo vs Galway 1-14 to 0-16 (win)
Connacht Championship semi-final Galway vs Leitrim 4-20 to 0-9 (win)
Connacht Championship-final Galway vs Roscommon 2-19 to 2-16 (win)
Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship quarter final Donegal vs Armagh 1-16 to 0-12 (Loss)
All-Ireland senior football qualifiers round 1 Armagh vs Tyrone 1-16 to 1-10 victory (win)
All-Ireland senior football qualifiers round 2 Armagh vs Donegal 3-17 to 0-16 (win)