Latest Tipperary Gaelic Football News

Tonight, in Dr. Morris Park, Tipperary Recorded a Comfortable Win over Cork Institute of Technology

Senior Football Challenge

This evening in Dr. Morris Park, Thurles, Liam Kearns’ side recorded a 2-17 to 0-8 win over Cork Institute of Technology as preparations continued ahead of the Allianz National Football League opening clash with Cork at the end of the month. Defensively the team were superb while the work rate of the entire squad was equally impressive. Both Jimmy Feehan and Michael Quinlivan bagged the goals.

Club Championship

Cashel King Cormacs’ postponed Munster junior-b clash with Cromane, Kerry has been re-fixed for Sunday, January 21st, in Knockaderry, Limerick with a 2pm throw-in.

Meanwhile the Mid-Tipperary under-21 clash between Thurles Sarsfields and JK Brackens will take place on January 20, with a 3pm start.


Interested in becoming a referee? There will be a new referees foundation course run in the Sarsfields Centre, Thurles throughout February for anyone interested in taking up the whistle. Please click here for further information and see Jim O’ Shea’s tweet for the times and dates of the course.

Join the Friends of Tipperary Football

Join us on our journey in 2018 by becoming a Friend of Tipperary Football:

Membership enters each Friend into the following draws:


Two All Ireland final football tickets 2018
Two All Ireland final hurling tickets 2018
Two Tickets for each of Tipperary’s senior football championship matches for 2018
Two All Ireland club final tickets 2018
Two Allianz National Football League tickets for each of Tipperary’s league matches in 2018

Plus, all Friends will receive an exclusive car sticker.

It only takes a few seconds to join and your support is appreciated by all our players.

Jimmy Feehan bags Tipperary’s first goal

Ben Kirwan (Kiladangan) with his hero Michael Quinlivan