THE Ulster Council’s Competitions Controls Committee (CCC) have released the confirmed fixture scheduled for the 2021 Ulster Senior Football Chamionship.
Donegal will play their preliminary round tie against Down at Páirc Esler in Newry in Sunday, June 27 with a 1.15pm throw-in.
Declan Bonner’s Donegal, the beaten Ulster finalists in 2020, have to navigate the first hurdle in this year’s championship.
They head for the Marshes with a quarter-final clash with Derry, who are under the guidance of ex-Donegal manager Rory Gallagher, up for grabs.
That quarter-final has been fixed for Sunday, July 11 at 4pm. If Donegal overcome Down, the game will be at Sean Mac Cumhaill Park with Derry set to have a home game at Celtic Park if Down prevail.
2021 Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship
First Round (Sunday 27 June)
An Dún V Dún na nGall at Páirc Esler (1.15pm)
Quarter Final (Saturday 03 July)
Muineachán V Fear Manach at St Tiernach’s Park (3.30pm)
Quarter Final (Sunday 04 July)
Ard Mhacha V Aontroim at Athletic Grounds (3.30pm)
Quarter Final (Saturday 10 July)
Tír Eoghain V An Cabhán at Healy Park (4.30pm)
Quarter Final (Sunday 11 July)
Doire V An Dún / Dún na nGall (4.00pm)
If Doire V An Dún at Celtic Park,
If Doire V Dún na nGall at Páirc MacCumhaill
Semi Final (Saturday 17 July)
Ard Mhacha / Aontroim V Muineachán / Fear Manach (4.00pm)
Semi Final (Sunday 18 July)
Tír Eoghain / An Cabhán V An Dún / Dún na nGall / Doire (2.00pm)
Senior Football Final (Sunday 01 August) (3.15pm)Tags: