GAA All-Ireland SFC Quarter-Finals

Croke Park, Saturday 25th June - Sunday 26th June

The All-Ireland Football Senior Championship Quarter-Finals take place at Croke Park over the weekend 25/26 June 2022.

Saturday 25th June – Turnstiles: 2.30pm

  • Clare vs Derry – Throw In: 3.45pm
  • Dublin vs Cork – Throw In: 6pm

Sunday 26th June – Turnstiles: 12.30pm

  • Armagh vs Galway- Throw In: 1.45pm
  • Kerry vs Mayo- Throw In: 4pm

Mayo will take on Kerry for a place in the last four after the All-Ireland senior football championship. After two gritty qualifier wins over Monaghan and Kildare, the reward for James Horan's side is a clash with Munster champions Kerry – a repeat of this year's Division One final.

Leinster champions Dublin will be the heavy favourites when they take a Cork side who overcame Limerick last time out.

Connacht champions Galway will not be underestimating a buoyant Armagh after the Orchard County knocked the reigning champions Tyrone out in the last round.

While fans of both Derry and Clare will both be dreaming of an All-Ireland semi-finals in what looks an intriguing matchup.

For the first time since 2014 when Donegal made the final, there will be a county outside of Dublin, Mayo, Kerry and Tyrone in the final. One country out of Galway, Armagh, Derry and Clare will play in the decider.

Armagh were last in a final when losing to Tyrone in 2003, while it is over twenty years since Galway beat Meath in the decider in 2001.

Derry's last final outing was way back in 1993, while Clare haven't been in an All-Ireland final day since 1917 – 105 years ago.

Kerry versus Donegal. Image: Michael Murphy, an influential figure for Donegal.

Saturday 25th June - Sunday 26th June
Croke Park, Jones' Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 3, Ireland

Google Map of Croke Park, Jones' Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 3, Ireland