THE biggest game in the All-Ireland football final & Gaelic football Final calendar will take place next month on 1st September in the 132nd final & All Ireland SFC final 2019
Here’s everything you need to know about the match.
When is the 2019 All-Ireland football final?
The All-Ireland football final will throw in at 3.30 pm on Sunday September 2nd at Croke Park in Dublin.
Galway and Kerry meet in the minor final at 1pm.
Fans can also watch extended highlights of the match on the Sunday Game at 9.30 pm on RTE 2 later that night, with coverage coming from the winner’s hotel.
Sky will also be repeating the match in full throughout the week.
Where can I live stream the match?
Gaelic football fans in Ireland can live stream the match on the RTE Player.
Sky TV customers will be able to stream the match also via the Sky Go app.
The match will be shown live by both RTE and Sky Sports with further TV information yet to be released.
How do I get tickets for the All-Ireland football final?
Tickets for both the All-Ireland football and hurling finals are not made available for general sale.
An allocation of tickets is sent to every county in Ireland and distributed through the clubs, with the largest portion given to the two counties competing in the final.
Who is presenting the TV coverage?
RTE’s coverage of the match will be hosted by Michael Lyster who is presenting his last football final before he leaves the broadcaster this year.
He will be joined in studio by the former All-Ireland winning trio of Colm O’Rourke, Joe Brolly and Pat Spillane.
Sky’s coverage will be presented by the duo of Rachel Wyse and former Ireland Rugby League and Union player Brian Carney.
They will be joined by Tyrone legend Peter Canavan, former Dublin star Sennan Connell and ex-Donegal and Mayo managers Jim McGuinness and James Horan.