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Kerry–Tyrone Gaelic football rivalry

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Teams  Kerry Tyrone
All-time series  Tyrone 3-3 Kerry
Meetings total  6
Locale  County Kerry County Tyrone
First meeting  Kerry 2-15 - 1-10 Tyrone 1986 All-Ireland final (21 September 1986)
Latest meeting  Kerry 0-18 - 1-11 Tyrone 2015 All-Ireland semi-final (23 August 2015)

The Kerry-Tyrone rivalry is a Gaelic football rivalry between Irish inter-county teams Kerry and Tyrone, who first played each other in 1986. It is considered to be one of the biggest rivalries in modern Gaelic games. Kerry's home ground is Fitzgerald Stadium and Tyrone' home ground is Healy Park, however, all but one of their championship meetings have been held at neutral venues, usually Croke Park.

While Kerry have the highest number of Munster titles and Tyrone are fourth on the roll of honour in Ulster, they have also enjoyed success in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, having won 40 championship titles between them to date.

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Kerry–Tyrone Gaelic football rivalry Wikipedia


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