GAA Master Fixture Schedule: Tier 2 final confirmed for Croke Park in July

The GAA’s Master Fixture Program for 2020 has been published, with several notable changes.
Perhaps the introduction to this calendar has been the second-tier tournament in Gaelic football.
The final will take place on 18th/19th July; the middle weekend of the Super 8s. The event will be held in Croke Park, and also will the semi-finals on Sunday July 5.
The Super 8s will also find a shake-up in its third season of existence. In a bid to steer clear of final-round dead rubbers in the group stage structure, pairings for phases two and three will likely be based on the results of stage one; the second round will probably see the winners in the first weekend encounter, and the winners will play against one another.
A calendar year tournament has not yet been achieved, although the latter end of this club season was brought forward, as expected. The All-Ireland club semi-finals will be performed with the decider.
Even the U20 All-Ireland Football Championship has been transferred back using its.
The Leinster SFC final will be performed on a Saturday evening with the Munster showpiece, in 2020. Every year, the two councils have agreed to substitute their finals.
Although a new structure is also seen by the National Hurling League the club between commencement and the culmination of those championships are being retained.
The 2020 Master Fixture Program is available here.
Kerry do not need to wait long for one more crack in Dublin, following September’s All-Ireland final replay defeat. The Kingdom will travel to Jones’ Road for their National League opener on Saturday January 25. The opening weekend sees Mayo journey to Galway face Monaghan, Donegal, along with Tyrone sponsor Meath.
All-Ireland champs Tipperary will kick their season off which evening, with Limerick in November. Also Wexford will travel to Laois, Westmeath take on Galway, Waterford will host Cork, Clare confront Carlow while Kilkenny will be opposed by Dublin.
The full National League fixture program can be viewed here

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