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

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Updated: January 17, 2018
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We have the list of scheduled GAA matches that will be broadcast live by Eirsport, Sky Sports & RTE during the Hurling and Gaelic Football league and championships.

TG4 & Eir show live coverage of Club GAA matches so please look here for list of matches

Looking across the schedule for the whole league season, Saturday 24 February is definitely a standout, with both Dublin v Mayo and Monaghan v Tyrone being broadcast at the same time. The full list of televised games is below:

27 January

5pm – Dublin v Offaly (Hurling ) eir sport 1

5pm – Cork v Tipperary (Football ) eir sport 2

7pm – Dublin v Kildare (Football) eir sport 2

7pm – Cork v Kilkenny (Hurling) eir sport 1

3 February

7pm – Mayo v Kerry (F) eir sport 2

Tyrone v Dublin (Football) (DEFERRED) eir sport 2

7pm – Tipperary v Waterford (Hurling) eir sport 1

10 February

7pm – Dublin v Donegal (Football) eir sport 2

7pm – Cavan v Meath (Football) eir sport 1

17 February

7pm – Tipperary v Wexford (Hurling) eir sport 2

7pm – Limerick v Dublin (Hurling) eir sport 1

24 February

7pm – Mayo v Dublin (Football) eir sport 2

7pm – Monaghan v Tyrone (Football) eir sport 1

3 March

7pm – Dublin v Kerry (Football) eir sport 2

7pm – Tyrone v Donegal (Football) eir sport 1

17 March

7pm – Kerry v Kildare (Football) eir sport 2

7pm – Cork v Clare (Football) eir sport 1

7 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.

  3. Pat Scally

    09/04/2017 at 6:56 pm

    Sky are a bunch of crooks who are ripping off the GAA followers in Ireland. During the season, they constantly change the channel for live GAA games. In other words Sky’s real reason is all about selling the bigger bundle of channels using GAA as the bait. Sometimes it was impossible to find correct Sky channel for live GAA as original listing usually changed. It shows their ulterior motive and they definitely have no love for our beautiful games.

  4. Jim

    01/28/2018 at 10:48 am

    Eir sport is an Irish service. Sky ain’t the crooks. Luckily there are loads of dodgy services / links to get sky, eir sport on the other hand is a but more tricky as it’s not an in demand service. Rte /eir sport does a shite job of coverage with minimal games, thank god for sky! Proper commentary, analysis and stats.

  5. S Mac Donnchadha

    01/30/2018 at 11:53 am

    Dublin on tv 5 times, Kerry 3 times, Tyrone 3 times and no Galway. The mind boggles.

  6. Paul OFlaherty

    02/02/2018 at 6:02 pm

    when will we see the names of the subs listed on tg4 or rte sky sports can do
    the rugby give the bench surely we can have the subs listed as well aslo
    team news is becoming a farce perhaps the day of the game or the day before by
    some counties if you wish to drag people out to see games at this time of
    year every effort should be made to give as much information in advance as
    possible

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