GAA Championship draws on Monday and Tuesday
The draws for the 2021 Senior Provincial Football and Hurling Championships will be broadcast live by RTÉ on Monday 19th April and Tuesday 20th April.
The 2021 Munster Football and Hurling Championship draws will take place on RTÉ Radio 1’s Morning Ireland show on Monday at 7.30am and 8.30am respectively.
The 2021 Connacht Football Championship draw will televised on the 6.01 News on RTÉ 1.
The 2021 Leinster Football and Hurling Championship draws take place on Morning Ireland on Tuesday at 7.30am and 8.30am respectively.
The 2021 Ulster Football championship draw will take place later that evening on the 6.01 News.
MONDAY 19th APRIL
Morning Ireland: Munster | Football @ 7.30 Hurling @ 8.30
6.01 News: Connacht Football Draw
TUESDAY 20th APRIL
Morning Ireland: Leinster | Football @ 7.30 Hurling @ 8.30
6.01 News: Ulster Football Draw
The Munster Senior Football Championship is a knock-out open draw.
Four teams are in the pot for the quarter-finals – Kerry, Clare, Limerick, and Waterford.
The two quarter-final winners will advance to the semi-finals where an open draw will pit them against either defending champions Tipperary or Cork.
Bowl 1 – Dublin, Kildare, Laois, and Meath
Bowl 2 – Carlow, Wexford, Wicklow, Longford, Offaly, Louth, and Westmeath.
Step 1: The first team drawn from Bowl 1 plays in Quarter Final 1, the second and third teams are drawn from Bowl 2 and play in the Round One A fixtures, and the winner of that fixture will play in Quarter Final 1.
Step 2: This is repeated for the next two Quarter-Finals (2 & 3) & Round One Fixtures (B & C).
Step 3: The last team in Bowl 1 plays the final team in Bowl 2 in Quarter Final 4.
Step 4: A separate draw will be carried out for the Semi-Finals after the Quarter Finals games are played.
Bowl 1: Antrim, Armagh, Donegal, Down & Fermanagh
Bowl 2: Cavan, Derry, Monaghan & Tyrone
Step 1: From Bowl 1, the 1st team drawn plays the 2nd team drawn in Preliminary Round.
Step 2: The four teams from Bowl 2 are added to Bowl 1, and teams are stirred.
Step 3: The third team drawn plays the winner of the Preliminary Round in the fourth quarter-final.
Step 4: The fourth team drawn plays the 5th team drawn in the first quarter-final and so on until and teams are drawn.
The Connacht Senior Football Championship is an open draw with Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo taking part.
Step 1: The first team drawn from Bowl 1 plays the second team in the Quarter Final.
Step 2: The third-team drawn goes into Semi-Final A and will play the winner of the Quarter Final.
Step 3: The fourth team drawn plays the fifth team drawn in Semi-Final B.
The Munster Senior Hurling Championship is an open draw among the five teams taking part – defending champions Limerick, Waterford, Tipperary, Cork, and Clare.
The first team drawn plays the second team drawn in the first semi-final.
The third team draw goes in to the second semi-final where they will play the winners of the fourth and five team drawn who must first play one another in the quarter-final.
There is an open draw for the Leinster SHC Quarter-finals and Semi-Finals.
The four teams contesting the quarter-finals Bowl 1 - Antrim Dublin, Laois and Wexford.
Bowl 2 - Kilkenny, Galway and the winners of the two Quarter-Finals
Step 1 - First four slips are drawn from Bowl 1:
The first team drawn plays the second team drawn in Quarter-Final A and the third team drawn plays the fourth team drawn in Quarter-Final B
Step 2 - Next four slips are drawn out from Bowl 2:
The fifth team drawn plays sixth team drawn in Semi-Final A and seventh team drawn plays eighth team drawn in Semi-Final B.