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Gaelic Football

Group stage details confirmed for All-Ireland senior football championship and Tailteann Cup

The make-up of the Sam Maguire groups will be confirmed after the provincial senior football finals.

THE DRAWS HAVE taken place this afternoon for the group stages of the All-Ireland senior football championship and the Tailteann Cup.

The make-up of the Sam Maguire groups will be confirmed after the provincial senior football finals,  this Sunday 5 May sees Galway take on Mayo in Connacht, while Kerry and Clare meet in Munster.

The Ulster final between Donegal  and Armagh is on Sunday 12 May, while the Leinster decider pits Dublin against Louth on the same day.

The Sam Maguire group stage games begin on the weekend of 18-19 May with Round 1 fixtures also down for the weekend of 25-26 May, while the Tailteann Cup commences on 11-12 May.

New York will enter the Tailteann Cup at the preliminary quarter-final stage.

2024 Sam Maguire Cup draw

Group 1: Connacht winner (Galway/Mayo), Ulster runner up (Donegal/Armagh), Derry, Westmeath.

Group 2: Leinster winner (Dublin/Louth), Connacht runner up (Galway/Mayo), Roscommon, Cavan.

Group 3: Ulster winner (Donegal/Armagh), Munster runner up (Kerry/Clare), Tyrone, Cork.

Group 4: Munster winner (Kerry/Clare), Leinster runner up (Louth/Dublin), Monaghan, Meath.

2024 Tailteann Cup draw

Group 1: Kildare, Leitrim, Longford, Waterford.

Group 2: Sligo, Antrim, Wexford, Tipperary.

Group 3: Fermanagh, Laois, Wicklow, Carlow.

Group 4: Down, Offaly, Limerick, London.

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