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All-Ireland Football Championship 2024 fixtures, throw-in times, schedule, results, & odds

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The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship is back and we’ve got the ultimate guide to all the fixtures ahead of the premier competition.

31 of the 32 counties in Ireland are taking part in this year’s competition alongside London and New York. Dublin are the defending champions winning their 31st title last year.

The competition begins as always with the provincial championships. The eight finalists will then join the 2023 Tailteann Cup winners Meath and the 7 next-ranked teams based on their position in the National Football League in the group stage.

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise, the fixtures, schedule and results for this year’s competition are below.

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All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2024 fixtures and results

QUARTER-FINALS

Saturday, April 6

London 0-9 – 5-21 Galway

Sunday, April 7

Leitrim 0-6 – 0-15 Sligo
New York 2-6 – 2-21 Mayo

SEMI-FINALS

Saturday, April 20

Galway v Sligo

Sunday, April 21

Roscommon v Mayo

PRELIMINARY ROUND

Sunday, April 7

Longford 3-12 – 3-19 Meath
Westmeath 1-11 – 2-9 Wicklow
Wexford 4-19 – 0-8 Carlow

QUARTER-FINALS

Sunday, April 14

Dublin 3-19 – 0-12 Meath
Laois 1-08 – 2-13 Offaly
Kildare 0-16 – 1-12 Wicklow
Louth 4-10 – 0-15 Wexford

SEMI-FINALS

Sunday, April 28

Kildare v Louth
Dublin v Offaly

QUARTER-FINALS

Sunday, April 7

Waterford 2-7 – 1-5 Tipperary
Cork 3-13 – 0-11 Limerick

SEMI-FINALS

Saturday, April 20

Clare v Waterford
Kerry v Cork

PRELIMINARY ROUND

Sunday, April 7

Monaghan 1-12 – 3-12 Cavan

QUARTER-FINALS

Saturday, Aril 13

Down 0-13 – 0-09 Antrim

Sunday, April 14

Fermanagh 0-09 – 3-11 Armagh

Saturday, April 20

Derry v Donegal

Sunday, April 21

Cavan v Tyrone

SEMI-FINALS

Saturday, April 27

Down v Armagh

Sunday, April 28

Derry/Donegal v Cavan/Tyrone

All-Ireland Football Championship 2024 odds

Dublin are the favourites to retain the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship as they aim to move closer to Kerry’s record of 38 titles.

Kerry were the beaten finalist last year and are tipped by our traders to be in the mix once again.

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

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