Kerry vs Tyrone in the All-Ireland semi-final will throw-in at 3:30pm on Saturday, August 28; the game will be live on Sky Sports Arena from 2:30pm; meanwhile, the All-Ireland final has been given a 5pm start time on Saturday, September 11
Last Updated: 18/08/21 12:08pm
The GAA has announced the fixture details for the rescheduled All-Ireland semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone, along with the All-Ireland final.
The clash between the Kingdom and the Red Hands, which has been postponed twice just to a Covid-19 outbreak in the Ulster champions’ panel, will now begin at 3:30pm on Saturday, August 28. The game will be live on Sky Sports Arena, with coverage getting under way from 2:30pm that afternoon.
Meath’s David Coldrick has been appointed to referee the contest.
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Mayo await the winners of the second semi-final in the decider, after their dramatic extra-time victory over Dublin last Saturday. The final is set for a 5pm throw-in on Saturday September 11, with the tie also live on Sky Sports.
Therefore, the winners of the second semi-final will have a fortnight to prepare for the showpiece, with Mayo enjoying a four-week lead-in.
The decider will take place two weeks after the original date of August 29, due to the Covid-19 disruption.
Sky Sports’ GAA coverage continues on Sunday, with the All-Ireland hurling final down for decision. Watch Cork vs Limerick live on Sky Sports Arena from 2:30pm.