Tyrone vs Kerry: TV and live stream info for All-Ireland U20 Football Championship Final

Tyrone face Kerry in the final of the All-Ireland U20 Football Championship as they bid for a second title in three seasons.

The Red Hands defeated the Kingdom in the semi-final in 2022 before going on to defeat Kildare in the decider.

Three Tyrone players remain from that squad, namely captain Michael Rafferty, Gavin Potter and Ruairi McHugh - although the latter will be suspended unless his red card from Saturday’s semi-final win over Roscommon is rescinded.

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Kerry, who are managed by Kingdom legend Tomás Ó Sé, defeated Meath in their semi-final after claiming a third successive Munster title at the expense of Cork.

However, the Kingdom have lost successive All-Ireland semis after suffering a shock defeat to Sligo last season and haven’t reached the final since they last won the competition back in 2008 when it was the U21 grade.

Here’s more information on Tyrone vs Kerry and how to watch it. . ..

When and where is the game?

Tyrone vs Kerry is on Sunday, May 19 at Laois Hire O’Moore Park, Portlaoise

What time is throw-in?

Sunday’s game starts at 1pm.

Where can I watch it?

Sunday’s game is being broadcast live on TG4.

Any other coverage?

Belfast Live Sport will be live blogging all the action from Sunday’s game.

Betting odds

  • Tyrone 4/5

  • Draw 13/2

  • Kerry 11/8

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