Donegal’s Ulster championship clash with Down fixed for June 27th

Donegal’s Ulster football championship opener against Down in Newry has been fixed for Sunday, the 27th of June with a lunchtime throw-in of 1.15pm.

Ulster GAA published its finalised senior championship fixture dates and times on Wednesday.

If Declan Bonner’s side were the win that Down game, they would play Rory Gallagher’s Derry on the Sunday the 11th of July in Ballybofey at 4pm.

Fermanagh’s Ulster quarter-final against Monaghan is on Saturday the 3rd of July in Clones at half past three. The Ulster final this year is fixed for August the 1st – that’s a Sunday.

All Ulster senior championship games this year – including the final – will be decided on the day.

2021 Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship

Sunday, June 27th – Prelim Round
Down v Donegal in Newry, 1:15pm

Saturday, July 3rd – Quarter-final
Monaghan v Fermanagh in Clones, 3:30pm

Sunday, July 4th, – Quarter-final
Armagh v Antrim in the Athletic Grounds, 3:30pm

Saturday, July 10th – Quarter-final
Tyrone v Cavan in Omagh, 4:30pm

Sunday, July 11th – Quarter-final
Derry v Down/Donegal, 4pm

(If Derry v Down, venue is Celtic Park)
(If Derry v Donegal, venue is MacCumhaill Park in Ballybofey)

Saturday, July 17th – semi-final
Armagh/Antrim v Monaghan/Fermanagh, 4pm

Sunday, July 18th – semi-final
Tyrone/Cavan v Down/Donegal/Derry, 2pm

Sunday, August 1st – Ulster final
Throw-in: 3.15pm.