It’s an All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals weekend featuring the top football teams coming up against each other. First up is Galway vs Armagh who share a bitter rivalry with each other and are probably the hottest football teams to go around at the moment. This battle is believed to be so close that it is very difficult to separate them. And if you are a football championship fan, you should not be missing this one as it promises to be a blockbuster duel. For the fans living outside the UK, they can get access to this coverage using GamePass TV
How to Watch Galway vs Armagh live on TV Channel and Online:
Both the Sunday duels will be telecasted live on the national broadcaster of Ireland RTE. The Double-header coverage will be on GamePass TV. You can also stream the match on your mobile phones, tablets, and laptops using the GamePass TV player.
For the fans outside UK and worldwide, they can enjoy all the action on GAAGO. It will be available at the cost of €10.
Galway vs Armagh Date, Starting Time, and Venue:
The All-Irish battle is set to take place this Sunday, June 26 at Croke Park in Dublin with the throw-in at 1.45 pm local time.
James Morgan 3. Aidan Forker 4. Aaron McKay
Connaire Mackin 6. Greg McCabe 7. Jarly Óg Burns
Stephen Sheridan 9 Ben Crealey
Rory Grugan 11. Stefan Campbell 12. Andrew Murnin
Aidan Nugent 14. Rian O’Neill 15. Jason Duffy
Liam Silke 3. Seán Kelly 4. Jack Glynn
Dylan McHugh 6. John Daly 7. Kieran Molloy
Paul Conroy 9. Cillian McDaid
Patrick Kelly 11. Matthew Tierney 12. Johnny Heaney
Robert Finnerty 14. Damien Comer 15. Shane Walsh
Key Duels to look forward to:
The Fiesty battle between the country’s two biggest Irish county teams is just hours away from us as Galway and Armagh look to write their name in the history books once again. The fans will be cheering their respective teams from the stands as both teams are equally matched. It’s not only a physical battle but also the mental one because the teams who will hold their nerves and better absorb pressure will come out victorious at the end of the day. Here we will be discussing some of the key duels between the individual players that will decide the tie.
Rian O’Neill (Armagh) Vs. Seán Kelly (Galway)
Rian O’Neill wreaked havoc against Donegal as posted on his best performance of recent times. Leading up to the Donegal match, O’Neill had a pretty much dull season. but it seems like the 21-year-old center forward has regained his form at the right moment when Armagh needs him the most.
And if Galway is to make an All-Ireland final, they need somebody to step up and stop O’Neill from punishing them. And there is one guy the whole team will be looking at to do this job and it's their captain, Sean Kelly. Kelly has been instrumental in Galway’s success and is regarded as their tightest marker.
Rory Grugan (Armagh) Vs. Kieran Molloy (Galway)
Armagh narrowly lost out to Donegal in the Ulster Championship, but one player who had a decent outing for them was Rory Grugan. Grugan, with his blistering pace, kept Armagh in the game all the time. But his efforts didn’t prove to be enough.
Team Galway knows what Grugan brings to the table so they will be hoping that Kieran Molly will be there to keep Grugan quiet during all this time.