The draws for the 2021 Ulster Club Football and Hurling Championships have been made.
The Armagh Club Championships are set to begin next month. The football running until November time and the hurling finishing in October.
Due to the covid situation last year, the provincial championships didn’t take place.
The Armagh Champions will take on the winners of the Antrim Championship in the quarter final of both the Senior and Intermediate Football Championships.
Armagh last took on Antrim in Ulster back in 2015 as Crossmaglen defeated Cargin on their way to provincial glory.
Whoever wins the Armagh Junior Championship will meet either the Tyrone or Monaghan winners in the quarter final.
The Senior and Intermediate fixtures are scheduled for Saturday 4th/ Sunday 5th of December.
The Junior quarter final is one week earlier on Saturday 27th/ Sunday 28th of November.
In the Senior Hurling Championship, Middletown will go in search of their third crown in as many seasons.
Whoever comes out of Derry will take on the Armagh champions in the Ulster Intermediate semi-final.
At Junior level, Armagh’s representative will take on Donegal in the quarter final of the Ulster Championship.
The semi-finals of the Intermediate Championship will be played on Saturday 11th/ Sunday 12th of September.
The opening round to the Ulster Junior Hurling Championships are fixed for Saturday 27th/ Sunday 28th of November.
Check out the full schedule by clicking on the following link: