# All-Ireland Senior FC

Last year
# strength in numbers
Niall Scully excited rather than daunted by fight for Dublin starting spot
“All I can do is go to training and put my hand up,” says the 2020 All-Star.
All time
# starting XV
Two changes for Mayo as All-Ireland final line-ups are unveiled
Tyrone are unchanged from their semi-final win over Kerry for tomorrow’s game at Croke Park.
Kerry v Tyrone, All-Ireland senior football semi-final
A meeting with Mayo in the decider is at stake as the Munster and Ulster champions square off.
# shrouded in doubt
With only half of panel training, Brian Dooher says Tyrone may be unable to fulfil Kerry semi-final
Tyrone are seeking a further postponement to allow their players fully recover from the virus.
# Croker Calling
Cavan happy to play in Croke Park for All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin
There had been suggestions the game should be played at a neutral venue.
# Summary
Tipperary boss resigns as Down, Longford and Westmeath advance in qualifiers
Liam Kearns called a halt to his reign as Tipp football manager following their defeat to Down.
# Drive For Five
Dublin can learn from Kilkenny's failed 'drive-for-five' bid, says Delaney
Nine-time All-Ireland winner JJ Delaney has warned Dublin of the challenges they’ll face as they aim to make history.
# Meath Rising
'This championship, more than any championship over the last decade, is the most important for Meath'
Senan Connell reckons the Royals must reach the Super 8s, says Donegal can be contenders, and feels Mayo must win Connacht.
# Mattie Ice
'You were kind of like the black sheep by going to the gym as much as I did on my own'
Tyrone skipper Mattie Donnelly has been building towards Sunday’s All-Ireland final since he was a teenager.
# Final Countdown
'Tyrone are not coming down here to walk around behind the Artane Band'
Charlie Redmond was part of the last Dublin team to beat Tyrone in an All-Ireland final.
# proud
Denis Connerton brings to an end his second stint as Longford manager
Connerton led Longford to their first Leinster semi-final in 30 years earlier this summer.
# The Sunday Game
Sunday's thrilling All-Ireland football final the most watched show on Irish television this year
RTÉ have revealed the TV viewing figures.
# the curse lives on
'They're all very difficult to take, too many of them now at this stage'
An emotional Stephen Rochford heaped praise on his players after another heartbreaking one-point defeat.
# rock solid
'I struck it well and the rest is history now': Rock holds his nerve to deliver for Dublin
The Ballymun Kickhams man proved to be the matchwinner again as he slotted over a last-gasp free.
# sparks will fly
Big exam coming for Sky Blues, the Connolly factor, Red Hands firing - Dublin-Tyrone talking points
Both counties are chasing an All-Ireland final spot on 17 September.
# The GAA Show
'When I seen him going back, I was thinking 'Jaysus, this is a big call now''
David Brady joined us for The42 GAA Show today.
# Team news
Kildare skipper Doyle ruled out of Armagh qualifier clash as Geezer tweaks his attack
Kieran McGeeney battles the side he led to the All-Ireland semi-finals seven years ago.
# Team news
Monaghan unchanged for Croker clash against Down
Malachy O’Rourke is sticking with the same XV that defeated Carlow for Saturday’s All-Ireland Round 4B qualifier.
# starting XV
Buckley and Barry return to Kerry team for All-Ireland quarter-final meeting with Galway
The Crokes forward will captain the Kingdom at Croke Park on Sunday.
# Last Chance Saloon
Mayo face tricky trip to Clare in Round 3A, Meath to host Donegal
Both games will be played this weekend, 8/9 July.
# time to choose
Poll: Who do you think will win the 2017 All-Ireland senior football championship?
Dublin are aiming for three-in-a-row but the pretenders to their throne are lining up.
# Away Days
On the road! Dublin to begin All-Ireland defence away from Croke Park
The All-Ireland champions will make the trip to Wexford Park or O’Moore Park in 2017.
Dublin v Mayo, All-Ireland senior football final replay
The sides could not be separated the last day, what about this evening?
Who deserves the man-of-the-match award from today's All-Ireland final?
Fans were treated to an enthralling game at Croke Park today.
# Poll
Poll: Who do you think will win this weekend's All Ireland football finals in Croke Park?
Dublin or Mayo? Kerry or Galway?
# Final Countdown
Dublin v Mayo stats: Why Cluxton v Clarke is just as important as Fenton v O'Shea
We break down the key statistical points from Dublin and Mayo’s road to Croke Park.
# mayo 4 sam
This All-Ireland final supplement is worth buying for the front cover alone
The Mayo News have outdone themselves this time.
# Have your say
Should Kerry have been awarded a free in the dying seconds of their encounter with Dublin?
It proved a pivotal moment, as Jim Gavin’s side swiftly went up the other end and scored the final point of the game.
# Team news
Colm Cooper returns as Eamonn Fitzmaurice names the team he hopes can take Dublin down
The Gooch will make his 85th championship appearance on Sunday.
# Comment
5 talking points as Mayo outlast Tipperary to earn final showdown
We discuss poor refereeing decisions, Mayo’s cuteness in defence and Andy Moran’s huge impact.
Mayo v Tipperary, All-Ireland SFC semi-final
These two sides are 70 minutes away from securing an All-Ireland final date in September.
# Preview
5 talking points as Mayo and Tipperary clash for a place in the All-Ireland final
Tipperary have a shot at immortality while Mayo appear to be timing their run to perfection under Stephen Rochford.
Tyrone v Mayo, All-Ireland football championship quarter-final
We followed the first of today’s quarter-final double-header from Croke Park.
# loyal supporters
'All the people that wanted to be in Croke Park were there'
Ciaran McDonald was speaking about Tipperary’s faithful fan base after their win over Galway.
# Ready to go
3 changes to Cork team for Donegal game while Cadogan and Walsh on bench
Stephen Cronin, Paddy Kelly and Colm O’Neill are all set to come in.
# History makers
Tipperary into first-ever All-Ireland senior football quarter-final after heroic comeback
The Premier County have secured a trip to Croke Park to face Galway after late drama against Derry this evening.
# Upset
Big shock as Longford dump Monaghan out of the championship
Denis Connerton’s men had to come from behind but were well worth their victory.
# Report
14-man Cavan too good for lacklustre Carlow
Eugene Keating and Cian Mackey both found the net this afternoon at Kingspan Breffni Park.
Cork v Limerick, Mayo v Fermanagh - Saturday GAA
It was a big afternoon of championship football.
# Comeback
Derry prove too strong for Louth in All-Ireland football qualifiers
While Carlow got the better of Wicklow in Dr. Cullen Park.