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  • When are the next GAA Football Fixtures?

    Whether it be local, county or All Ireland, you will want to know when the next available matches to tip and bet on will be. You can find the information in two places - Either in the 'Make a betting tip on Gaelic football' or click on the next section where we have a preview for the 2018 Allianze National Football League with the opening fixtures, key dates and season preview

  • When does the Allianz National Football League 2018 begin?

    The football campaign begins on the weekend of January 27th/28th with the GAA looking to free up the month of April in a shuffling of the fixtures for 2018.

    We’ll be running free monthly GAA tipping competitions every month with free cash prizes up for grabs for your tips.

    If you don’t already have an account, you easily sign up here and begin tipping. If you’d like to join a discussion then get involved on the forum too.

    NFL Round 1 Fixtures

     

    NFL Division 1

     

    27 Jan:  Dublin v  Kildare, Croke Park, 7.00pm

    28 Jan:  Kerry v Donegal,  Fitzgerald Stadium, 2.00pm

    28 Jan:  Monaghan v Mayo, Clones, 2.00pm

    28 Jan:  Galway v Tyrone, Pearse Stadium, 2.30pm

     

    NFL Division 2

     

    27 Jan:  Clare v Cavan, Cusack Park, 2.00pm

    27 Jan:  Cork v Tipperary, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, 5.00pm

    28 Jan:  Louth v Down, Gaelic Grounds Drogheda, 2.00pm

    28 Jan:  Roscommon v Meath, Hyde Park, 2.30pm

     

    NFL Division 3

     

    28 Jan:  Armagh v Sligo, Athletic Grounds, 2.00pm

    28 Jan:  Fermanagh v Wexford, Brewster Park, 2.00pm

    28 Jan: Offaly v Longford, O'Connor Park, 2.00pm

    28 Jan:  Derry v Westmeath, Owenbeg, 2.30pm

     

    NFL Division 4

     

    27 Jan:  London v Carlow, Ruislip, 1.00pm

    27 Jan:  Laois v Limerick, O'Moore Park, 7.00pm

    28 Jan:  Antrim v Leitrim, Corrigan Park, 2.00pm

    28 Jan: Wicklow v Waterford, Aughrim, 2.30pm

     

    Opening Allianz Football League Fixtures 2018

    The first round of fixtures begin on Saturday January 27th with Dublin facing Leinster rivals Kildare at Croke Park under the lights. This is part of a double header as the hurlers face Offaly before this at 5pm.

    There’ll be an interesting clash with Kerry playing Donegal in Killarney. Kerry won the league last year and Donegal used last year to blood in some younger players. They’ll want to be stepping up to the plate and progressing this year with their Kilcar contingent doing well in the club championship this year.

    Tipperary are up into Division 2 and will face bigger challenges this year but that’s what’s needed if football is to move on even further in the county. An opening round fixture against Cork looks exciting! Roscommon will be expected to challenge for promotion having fallen from Division 1. They won the Connacht championship and made it to the All-Ireland quarter-final, taking Mayo to a replay but then subsequently well beaten.

    In Division 3, Derry will be looking to get something together this year having had a couple of disappointing years. They ended on somewhat of a high by taking Mayo to extra-time in a qualifier in the All-Ireland campaign. Can the success of Slaughtneil rub off onto the inter-county scene?

    In Division 4, it looks as if it could be quite competitive for the promotion spots as Limerick, Laois, Carlow & Leitrim will all have realistic aspirations of achieving that aim. Carlow have progressed in the past 12 months and their camp is making all the right noises heading into 2018. Leitrim showed glimpses of their capability last year and will be one to keep an eye on in the opening weeks.

     

    Provincial Championship Fixtures 2018

     

    The football championship starts off on May 6th in Connacht and continues the following week with Mayo facing Galway. In Ulster, Donegal face Cavan and there are three fixtures from Leinster over the same weekend.

     

    The provincial championship comes to an end on June 24th as the Ulster & Leinster titles are decided. This year, instead of the quarter-final stages, the GAA are introducing the Super 8 structure.

     

    Group 1 will consist of the Munster & Connacht champions alongside the beaten Ulster & Leinster finalists OR the sides that beat them in round four of the qualifiers. Group 2 will be made up of the Ulster & Leinster champions along with the Munster & Connacht beaten finalists OR the teams that beat them in round four of the qualifiers.

     

    The winner of one group will play the runner-up of the other group in the All-Ireland semi-finals.

     

    The All-Ireland final will be played on September 2nd.

     

    May 6th

     

    Connacht Football Championship

    Leitrim v New York

    Sligo v London (Ruislip)

     

    May 13th

     

    Connacht football championship

    Mayo v Galway

     

    Ulster football championship

    Donegal v Cavan

     

    May 12th/13th

     

    Leinster football championship

    Laois v Wexford

    Louth v Carlow

    Offaly v Wicklow

     

    May 19th

     

    Ulster football championship

    Fermanagh v Armagh

     

    Munster football championship

    Clare v Limerick

    Tipperary v Waterford

     

    May 20th

     

    Ulster football championship

    Tyrone v Monaghan

    May 26th

     

    Ulster football championship

    Down v Antrim

     

    Connacht football championship

    Leitrim/NY v Roscommon

     

    May 26/27th

     

    Leinster football championship

    Laois/Wexford v Westmeath

    Louth/Carlow v Kildare

    Offaly/Wicklow v Dublin

    Longford v Meath

     

    May 27th

     

    UIster football championship

    Donegal/Cavan v Derry

     

    June 2nd

     

    Munster football championship

    Clare/Limerick v Kerry

    Tipperary/Waterford v Cork

     

    June 3rd

     

    Connacht football championship

    Mayo/Galway v Sligo/London (Sligo/Galway)

     

    Ulster football championship

    Fermanagh/Armagh v Tyrone/Monaghan

     

    June 10th

     

    Ulster football championship

    Donegal/Cavan/Derry v Down/Antrim

     

    Leinster football championship

    Offaly/Wicklow/Dublin v Longford/Meath

    Laois/Wexford/Westmeath v Louth/Carlow/Kildare

     

    June 17th

     

    4pm Connacht Football Final

     

    June 23rd

     

    7pm Munster Football Final

     

    June 24th

     

    2pm Ulster Football Final

    4pm Leinster Football Final

     

  • Will The Dubs win the 2018 All-Ireland Final?

     

    Dublin once again showed that incredible clinical edge to win the Sam Maguire cup for the third year running. Mayo had the game to win right before them but a lack of discipline and game management just cost them in the end.

     

    There’s absolutely no doubting Mayo’s character and ability. They have given us some the most entertaining minutes of football in the past decade but to be cold-hearted about it, they were punished for their mistakes. Mayo have shown year after year that they can come back but whether they will still have the edge and energy to do so remains to be seen.

     

    Kerry were undone by a weak full-back line performance in their semi-final against Mayo and this will be something that they’ll have to work on. If they can get that spot on then they could pose the biggest threat to Dublin.

     

    Tyrone were beaten by Dublin in the semi-final and it was almost a sense of deja-vu as their tactics failed miserably to make any impact on the game. Unless they change their approach, it’s hard to see them making it any further than a semi-final again in 2018.

  • Betting on Gaelic Football

    There has been some controversy in recent time about GAA betting, here on OLBG Ireland you don't have to worry about that. You can make bets on Gaelic football with a Virtual bank balance risk-free. If you prove to be really good, you could win real cash at the end of the month. Start tipping on Gaelic football for free here 

  • Where can I find All Ireland Football Tips?

     

    Right here on OLBG Ireland, we have members who are experts at finding winning tips on Gaelic Football. Their tips for all matches including the All-Ireland final will be here. But also check out our Gaelic Football Forum where the members discuss in depth, how they will approach the next Football matches and what they plan to bet on. They will also be looking to find the best betting odds for Gaelic Football

     

  • Who is the best Bookie for Gaelic Football Betting?

    Many bookmakers allow you to bet on Gaelic football and some have an astounding range of markets to bet on. Whether you are looking for match betting, outright winner betting, scorers or Gaelic football handicap betting they cover everything you will need. Check out the special opening offers for these bookies offers before making your first bet though. You could get it for free!! 

     

  • How to be a Gaelic Football Tipster?

    It couldn't be easier. Simply make a tip in our Gaelic Football tipping competition, make enough tips, add a short comment as to why you think the tip will win, and make a profit over a month, and you will build a following of punters looking for your tips every week. Not only that but you can win real cash, risk-free too. Start predicting Gaelic Football Tips today.

     

  • What is the Best Gaelic Football bet today?

    All being well, you should see it just above. On the Gaelic Football tips page, you will see the most popular Gaelic Football tips, from the best tipsters Ireland has to offer. If there are no tips showing just now, head over to the forum section where the games will be discussed and the Gaelic Football Tipping Challenge is taking place.

     

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