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Friday 06 Mar 2020
National Football Stadium and The Oval to host last four ties

The dates and venues for this season’s Sadler’s Peaky Blinder Irish Cup semi-finals were confirmed today.

The first semi-final, featuring Ballymena United against Coleraine, is due to be staged at The Oval in Belfast on Friday 27 March (7.45pm kick-off). And it will be broadcast live on both television and online by BBC Northern Ireland.

The second semi-final - Cliftonville v Glentoran - is set to be played at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park in Belfast on Tuesday 7 April (7.45pm).

The Irish Football Association’s Challenge Cup, sponsored by Sadler’s Peaky Blinder Lager, is Northern Ireland’s premier cup competition.

This season’s final will be staged at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park on Saturday 2 May.