List of 51 GAA live matches scheduled to be shown on TV by RTE & Sky Sports

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Updated: August 1, 2017
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We have the list of scheduled GAA matches that will be broadcast live by Sky Sports & RTE during the Hurling and Gaelic Football championships.

Sky announced details of its GAA Championship coverage for this summer, the first season of the broadcaster’s new five-year deal with an Cumann Lúthchleas Gael.

 

The season will begin with exclusive coverage of All-Ireland Football champions Dublin taking on either Carlow or Wexford in the Leinster Senior Championship quarter-final on June 3rd.

2013 All-Ireland Hurling champions Clare take on Limerick in the Munster Championship semi-final on June 4th in the second of Sky Sports’ exclusive Championship games.

Other key fixtures among Sky Sports 20 live summer GAA games are the Leinster Hurling Championship semi-final (June 10th) and two All-Ireland Football quarter-finals (August 5th), with a total of 14 of the station’s games being exclusive this year.

Sky Sports will provide in-depth analysis from former GAA starts such as former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness, Tyrone legend Peter Canavan, Clare’s two-time All-Ireland SHC star Jamesie O’Connor, Kilkenny’s nine-time All-Ireland SHC champion JJ Delaney.

 Ahead of this year’s Championship campaign, new and existing Sky Sports customers can, from this Friday (19th May), enjoy half price Sky Sports for 6 months.

And for the first time ever, GAA fans can now see all the action instantly and without a contract via NOWTV.com from €10.

 Sky Sports full GAA 2017 fixture list:

Saturday 5 August

All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals
Tyrone v Armagh, Croke Park, 4pm- Sky
Dublin v Monaghan, Croke Park, 6pm – Sky

Sunday 6 August

All-Ireland SHC semi-final
Galway v Tipperary, Croke Park, 4pm – Sky

Sunday, 13 August

3.30pm   All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Final

Sunday, 20 August

3.30pm   All-Ireland Football Semi-Final

Sunday, 27 August

3.30pm   All-Ireland Football Semi-Final

Sunday, 3 September

3.30pm   All-Ireland Hurling Final

Sunday, 17 September

3.30pm   All-Ireland Football Final

All games live on RTÉ2

Sunday 6 August

All-Ireland SHC semi-final
Galway v Tipperary, Croke Park, 4pm – RTE

Monday 7 August

All-Ireland SFC quarter-final replay
Mayo v Roscommon, Croke Park, 2pm – RTE

Sunday 6 August

3.30pm All Ireland Hurling Semi-Final

Sunday 13 August

3.30pm All Ireland Hurling Semi-Final

Sunday 20 August

3.30pm All Ireland Football Semi-Final

Sunday 27 August

3.30pm All Ireland Football Semi-Final

Sunday 3 September

3.30pm All Ireland Hurling Final

Sunday 17 September

3.30pm All Ireland Football Final

3 Comments

  1. Louis Moran

    08/03/2017 at 2:05 pm

    The GAA is an absolute disgrace not showing Armagh v Tyrone, Dublin v Monaghan on RTE. I gave so many years to the GAA and this is your thanks to me and the multitudes who do not have SKY. I won’t watch those matches in any other house or premises and certainly won’t pay Sky to watch it. Neither will I attend GAA matches while this abomination exists.

    • Stephen Dolan

      08/05/2017 at 7:20 pm

      Totall.
      y agree. I work fulltime in service of my country and cannot afford Sky,Eir and all those others who now have bought the rights to sport. When I am not working my main time is spent playing for my club and county at over 40′s(Masters), coaching all levels of underage, marking out pitches, fundraising>>>>>Need I continue? The GAA DO NOT NEED this extra revenue. It is being used for their own agendas and trips abroad

  2. Karen McCauley

    08/05/2017 at 3:46 pm

    Shame on the GAA. We are the community who play and watch all the games. Bring in all the revenue and can’t even get to see the games on Rte. DISGRACEFUL.

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