RTE~Kerry vs Galway GAA Football Final Live free
What time is the match on?
The match throws-in at 4.00 pm on Sunday July 15th at Croke Park in Dublin.
It is the second part of a double header at GAA HQ that afternoon with Monaghan taking on Kildare at 2.00 pm.
What TV channel is the match?
The match will be shown live on TV on RTE 1 with coverage starting at 1.30 pm for the All-Ireland hurling quarter-final clash between Kilkenny and Limerick.
You can also stream these matches live on the RTE player.
You can also catch highlights of this and all of the weekend’s action on the Sunday Game highlights show at 9.30 pm the following evening on RTE 2.
What is the team news?
KERRY: Shane Murphy; Jason Foley, Peter Crowley, Brian O Beaglaoich; Paul Murphy, Tadhg Morley, Gavin White; David Moran, Jack Barry; Kevin McCarthy, Sean O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; David Clifford, Paul Geaney, James O’Donoghue.
What are the odds?
Kerry are the favourites to start their campaign off with a win at the price of 4/11.
Galway are 3/1 underdogs to get the result while the draw is priced at 8/1.
Where can I buy tickets for the match?
Tickets can be bought from the GAA’s official website via this link.
Tickets cost €30 for adults in the stand and €20 in Hill 16 while juvenile tickets cost €5.
That’s all from us today. The purists are off crying today as Galway and Kerry produce what we might call an uber modern game of football.
It’s highly doubtful whether Kevin Walsh will give it a second thought. It turns out winning becomes a real habit and Galway have it bad in 2018.
One last question… Who won the All-Ireland the last year France won the World Cup?
The Super 8s will throw up some intriguing clashes but maybe none more so than Kerry and Galway this afternoon.
It is being billed as a clash of styles with Kerry catching the eye with attractive football this season, while Galway have tended to adopt a more cautious approach.
That is not to say that Galway are not dangerous up front with Shane Walsh and Damien Comer among the most talented in the country.
The Tribesmen again did a job on Mayo in the Connacht Championship and saw off Roscommon in the final without over impressing.
There has been plenty to enthuse about the Kingdom this year though with Eamonn Fitzmaurice blooding new talent that have brought a real energy to complement their old stagers.
The match is scheduled to get underway at 4pm in Croke Park and you can follow all the action right here at Irish Mirror Sport.
Kerry (v Galway): Shane Murphy; Jason Foley, Peter Crowley, Brian Ó Beaglaoich; Paul Murphy, Tadhg Morley, Gavin White; David Moran, Jack Barry; Kevin McCarthy, Seán O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; David Clifford, Paul Geaney, James O’Donoghue