The squad take on their final challenge match
before they play the ultimate match at the end of the series
Thursday @ 9.30pm
Underdogs to take on All Ireland Champions… Dublin!
The Underdogs will be taking on the best Gaelic footballers in the Country, four time All-Ireland Champions Dublin. In this ultimate challenge game, the Underdogs of Gaelic football will be taking on the Top Dogs.
Tickets are available from tickets.ie… Adult: €10.00 | Juvenile (Under 16s): Free.
GAA Beo will provide live coverage for the series finale from Parnell Park in Dublin on Friday 19th October 2018. The broadcast will start at 19.20, with match throw-in at 19.45.
The Underdogs team is managed by a team of footballing legends; former Galway Captain Ray Silke, former Cork Ladies Footballer Valerie Mulcahy and former Kerry footballer Paul Galvin.
The Underdogs is a unique group of players, from different GAA clubs all across the country. These footballers have never played at a senior intercounty championship level before.
The match will be broadcast live from Parnell Park on TG4 on Friday 19th October 2018. Broadcast will begin at 19.20 with match throw-in at 19.45.
Tickets for the game will go on sale next week
This week, the Underdogs return to the Athlone Institute of Technology, where David Kelly, lecturer in Exercise Science (Department of Sport & Health Sciences) and former Sligo Gaelic footballer, will retest the squad’s fitness levels, so the selectors can see how far the Underdogs have come. The squad take on their final challenge match before they play the ultimate match at the end of the series against Dublin in Parnell Park. The selectors must name the team that will play the big match.