The hurlers face Derry and the footballers take on Clare.
The Kildare senior football and hurling teams are in action this afternoon, on the back of a brace of victories last weekend.
David Herity's side comprehensively defeated Donegal in St Conleth's Park in Division 2B of the Allianz NHL last time out.
This weekend, they take on Derry in Manguard Plus Hawkfield, with a throw-in time of 4pm.
Kfm will have live coverage of the match with Seamus Dillon.
Before that, at 2pm, the footballers are up against Clare in St Conleth's Park.
The Lillies defeated Cork in their first game of the season last weekend and will be looking for victory in their first home game.
Kfm will have full, live commentary with Ger McNally, Peter McConnon and Johnny Doyle, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.
Elsewhere,the meeting of Dublin and Kerry takes centre stage in the Allianz National Football League this afternoon.
They clash in Division One South at Semple Stadium in Thurles from a quarter-to-two.
15 minutes later, the meeting of Galway and Roscommon gets underway at Salthill's Pearse Stadium.
Walsh Park plays host to Waterford's clash with Limerick in the Allianz National Hurling League.
The Munster counties renew their rivalry in Division 1A, with throw-in at 3.45.
Cork take on Westmeath in the same section at 3 o'clock at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
In Division 1B, Clare are the visitors to MW Hire O'Moore Park for an encounter with Laois.
In the Lidl Ladies National Football League, All-Ireland champions Dublin take on Waterford in Division 1B from 2pm at Parnell Park.
Elsewhere in the top tier, the Division 1A meeting of Donegal and Westmeath in Ballybofey is just underway.
The final day of action in this season's Premier League will see the race for Champions League football come to a conclusion.
Chelsea can guarantee a third-placed finish if they beat Aston Villa at Villa Park.
Liverpool take on Crystal Palace, and need to better Leicester's result against Tottenham to assure themselves of a top-four finish.
Elsewhere, Nuno Espirito Santo takes charge of Wolves for the final time as Manchester United go to Molineux.
Champions Manchester City host Everton, with Leeds in action against West Brom.
Fulham play Newcastle, Sheffield United host Burnley, Arsenal take on Brighton and West Ham entertain Southampton in the other games.
All of today's matches have a four o'clock kick-off time.
Here at home, a FAI EGM is taking place this afternoon.
A new board - which is expected to include former goalkeeper Packie Bonner - will be ratified.
There is also a contest for the position of President, with Gerry McAnaney being challenged by the Leinster Senior League's Dave Moran.
Phil Mickelson takes a one-stroke lead into the final round of tonight's US PGA Championship at Kiawah Island.
The 2005 winner is at seven-under-par - one shot clear of Brooks Koepka in second.
Shane Lowry and Padraig Harrington will play together in the final round as they resume from one-over.
Rory McIlroy is at five-over and gets his final round underway at 20-to-3 Irish time.
A third round of three-under 68 has put Stephanie Meadow inside the top-20 ahead of the final round of the Pure Silk Championship on the LPGA Tour.
Meadow is at four-under-par, which is in a tie for 16th, six shots behind the leaders.
Good luck to the LPGA Tour players competing in this week’s Pure Silk Championship! We can’t wait to be at Kingsmill for the LPGA Professionals National Championship in July 😍 pic.twitter.com/ADllCynvGz— LPGA Professionals (@LPGA_Pros) May 21, 2021
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc (pron: Sharl Le-clerr) will start from pole position at the Monaco F1 Grand Prix today.
The race is underway from 2pm.
An eight-race card at The Curragh gets underway shortly at half-one.
The feature is the Tattersalls Irish 1,000 Guineas, which goes to post at 3.15.