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2021 All Ireland Football final – What time is Mayo v Tyrone, TV channel, live stream and more

    Mayo v Tyrone GAA 2021 All Ireland Football final live stream

    Mayo take on Tyrone in the All Ireland final

    MAYO will take on Tyrone this weekend in the 2021 All Ireland Football Championship final.

    Dublin’s six in a row reign has been ended meaning either Tyrone will win their first Sam Maguire since 2008 or Mayo since 1951.


    Here’s everything you need to know about this weekend’s decider:

    What time does the match throw in at?

    The All Ireland final gets underway at 5.00 pm on Saturday, September 11th at Croke Park in Dublin.

    What TV channel is the match being shown on and how can I stream it?

    RTE will be showing live coverage of the match with their build-up getting underway at 3.30 pm on RTE 2. This will also be available to live stream for free on the RTE Player.

    Sky Sports will also be showing the match live with their coverage getting underway from 4.00 pm on Sky Sports Arena. This can be streamed live by Sky Sports customers on the Sky Go app.

    There will also be full highlights of the game and further analysis shown on the Saturday Game Highlights show at 10.00 pm on RTE 2 and the RTE Player that evening.

    What is the latest team news for this match?

    Neither side has named their starting team for the All Ireland final as of yet but we will have the full team news for you right here when they do later in the week.

    What are the latest betting odds for this match?

    Mayo is the slight favorite to come away with the win on Saturday evening at the price of 5/6.

    Tyrone are 11/8 underdogs to leave Croke Park with the Sam Maguire cup while the draw is priced at 15/2.

    How have both teams reached the All Ireland final?

    Mayo was crowned Connacht champions after wins against Sligo and Leitrim set up a final victory over rivals Galway.

    They ended Dublin’s march for a seventh straight All Ireland title with a stunning extra-time win in the semi-final.

    Tyrone was victorious in Ulster after wins against Cavan and Donegal before edging out Monaghan by a point in the final.

    They landed a shock extra-time victory over Kerry in the All Ireland semi-final to book their place in this final.