15 live games as All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship fixtures confirmed

May 23, 2024

Dublin captain Carla Rowe lifts the Brendan Martin Cup ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo

The fixtures for the 2024 TG4 All-Ireland Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships have been confirmed.

The TG4 All-Ireland Championships will commence on Sunday June 2 with eight fixtures across the Intermediate and Junior grades – and conclude at Croke Park on Sunday August 4 with a triple-header of Finals (Junior, Intermediate and Senior).

In total, 15 live TV fixtures have been agreed upon and in an historic development, all Senior Championship games not shown live on linear TV will be live-streamed via the Spórt TG4 YouTube channel.

There will be two live TV TG4 games from each round of the Senior Championship during the group phase, along with all four Senior Championship quarter-finals, both Senior Championship semi-finals, and the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Finals.

The live TV action commences on Sunday June 9 with a double-header of fixtures featuring Donegal, Kerry, Dublin and Mayo.

The first live TV game on the day is the meeting of Donegal and visitors Kerry (TG4 All-Ireland Senior finalists in 2022 and 2023), from Ballybofey (1.05pm) followed by the clash between Dublin, the TG4 Leinster and All-Ireland Senior Champions, and Mayo at Parnell Park (2.50pm).

On Saturday, June 15, the clash between Cork and Galway (1pm) will be shown live on TV, along with either Kerry v Waterford (3pm) or Tipperary v Armagh (5.30pm), depending on scheduling.

In Round 3, on Sunday June 23, the live TV picks are Waterford v Donegal (1.30pm) and Meath v Tipperary (3.30pm).

The reward for the group winners in the Senior and Intermediate championships is a home quarter-final, with the last-eight ties to be confirmed by a draw. The Senior Championship quarter-final draw will be shown live on TG4 following the Meath v Tipperary game on June 23.

The Intermediate Championship quarter-finals are scheduled for Sunday June 30, with the Senior quarter-finals fixed for the weekend of Saturday/Sunday July 6/7.

The Intermediate Championship semi-finals will take place on Sunday July 14, with the Senior Championship semi-finals set to be played as a double-header at Glenisk O’Connor Park in Tullamore, Co. Offaly, on Saturday July 20 (5.15pm and 7.30pm).

Following the conclusion of the group phase, four teams (two from each group) will advance to contest the Junior Championship semi-finals, which are fixed for Sunday July 14.

Please see attached document for the full list of fixtures in each grade.

2024 TG4 All-Ireland Championship groupings


Group 1: Armagh Meath Tipperary

Group 2: Kerry Donegal Waterford

Group 3: Galway Cork Laois

Group 4: Dublin Mayo Kildare


Group 1: Down Westmeath Cavan

Group 2: Clare Monaghan Offaly

Group 3: Wexford Roscommon Antrim

Group 4: Leitrim Wicklow Tyrone


Group A: London Sligo Fermanagh Derry Carlow

Group B: Kilkenny Louth Limerick Longford

Please click here for the full list of fixtures in each grade.

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