Venues and times set for round 4 qualifiers 4 years ago

Venues and times set for round 4 qualifiers

One last chance to join the elite.

With 12 teams remaining in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, just one set of fixtures remains ahead of the Super 8s.


Eight teams are vying to join the provincial champions in the first round robin of its kind but, of course, only four can emerge - that's why we love this game.

With the draw made for the round 4 qualifiers on Monday morning, the Super 8s indirectly started to take shape and they started to look beautiful.


Dublin potentially travelling to the like of Tyrone is exactly what the Super 8s were invented for and then Kerry's two toughest games are on the road as well.

In all the madness, the GAA at least cleared up the Newbridge saga and made a decision on St. Conleth's Park as a potential quarter-final venue.


But all those outcomes are after the fact - the very small fact of the final qualifier games.

Three Round 4 fixtures will be played this weekend on Saturday 7 July and Sunday 8 July they will all be played on neutral grounds.

The GAA have confirmed exactly when and where each game will take place.

Roscommon v Armagh
Saturday, 3pm, Portlaoise


Cork v Tyrone
Saturday, 5pm, Portlaoise

Fermanagh v Kildare
Saturday, 7pm, Navan

Laois v Monaghan
Sunday, 2pm, Navan