LIVE Mayo vs Tyrone GAA All-Ireland Football Final 2021 Live Stream
Don’t Miss…Watch Mayo vs Tyrone In The All-Ireland Football Final. At long last, Mayo vs Tyrone will take place this weekend in the All-Ireland football final at Croke Park.
The game has been rescheduled twice already after a raft of Covid-19 cases tore up Tyrone’s preparations for their All-Ireland last-four clash.
But here we are, at last. And here is all the information you need ahead of this weekend’s key clash at Croke Park, and how to watch Mayo vs Tyrone.
What time is Mayo vs Tyrone in the All-Ireland football final?
Mayo vs Tyrone will take place on Sat, Sep 11, 2021
Where is Mayo vs Tyrone taking place in the All-Ireland football final?
Mayo vs Tyrone will do battle at Croke Park on Sunday
How to watch Mayo vs Tyrone in the All-Ireland football final?
Mayo vs Tyrone will be broadcast on both RTE 2 and Sky Sports this weekend. RTE 2’s coverage of the game begins at 5.30 pm, as does Sky Sports. Sky Sports will air the game on Sky Sports Arena.
Tyrone have scored a remarkable All-Ireland semi-final win over Kerry after extra time to set up a novel final against Mayo on September 11.
Hit by a Covid-19 outbreak which forced the game back by two weeks, Tyrone stayed the distance over the 90-plus minutes with Conor McKenna’s extra-time goal, his second of the day, ultimately proving to be the difference between the sides.
It sends Tyrone through to their first decider since 2018 and within 70 minutes of their fourth All-Ireland and first since 2008.
Another long winter beckons in Kerry, however, as they failed to make the most of having an extra man for 20 minutes of the second half with Tyrone suffering two black cards and manager Peter Keane will do well to see the fourth season in charge on the back of this.
Kerry started ominously with David Clifford twice getting out in front of Ronan McNamee for points by the fourth minute but, after the concession of a 45 in a careless fashion by the Munster champions, Niall Morgan slotted Tyrone’s first point before Mattie Donnelly followed up with a mark and Peter Harte put them in front.