GAA supporters overseas can watch live GAA Football and Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship action this summer through a variety of outlets and TV stations around the world.
From April 16, an agreement between the GAA and MSK (to be Premier sport), sees GAA matches available in Britain on Channel 433 on Sky Digital. The channel will be available to approximately 10 million homes. Initially, it will be Free to Air but will revert to a subscription channel by mid-summer. All Allianz GAA Football and Hurling National League and Championship matches shown in Ireland will be available to view in Britain. A range of classic matches will also be shown. All matches will also be available online at www.setanta.com/i/global.
In North America, all matches will be available on the Premium Sport Pub and Club network. This network has exactly the same distribution as the old Setanta network. For the first time, Allianz GAA Football and Hurling National League matches have also been shown. Delayed coverage of Championship matches will also be shown on Setanta Sport Canada and on MHz Worldwide.
MHz worldview is available locally in the Washingon D.C. Metro (as MHz Networks 1) via Comcast, Cox and RCN cable, as well as Verizon FiOS. The channel is also available locally via DirecTV and Dish Network.
Throughout North America, MHz Worldview is available in over half the Top 20 U.S. television markets, in nearly 27m households and through broadcast/cable affiliates in: Chicago, IL- WYCC; Philadelphia, PA – MiND TV (WYBE); San Francisco, CA – KCSM; Washington, DC- WNVC/MHz Networks.
For a full list of broadcast/cable affiliate availability across the MHz network, please visit http://www.gaa.ie/gaa-news-and-videos/gaa-media-coverage/.
In Australia, all championship matches will be shown on Setanta Sport which is a subscription channel available in over four million homes on Foxtel Satellite and cable system and also the Austar satellite system.
In Asia, Gaelic games will be available on Setanta Asia online and launched on most of the Cable and Satellite networks throughout the continent later this year. Throughout Africa, Gaelic games will be shown on Setanta Africa which is available in 10 million homes in Sub Saharan Africa.