Streaming of Inter-County Games
Munster GAA has confirmed that all games in the upcoming Electric Ireland Munster Minor Hurling and Football Championships will be streamed live beginning this weekend as Cork play Clare (Saturday) and Kerry play Tipperary (Sunday) in the Minor Hurling Quarter-Finals.
Supporters can sign-up to these games in advance via the Munster GAA web site (www.munster.gaa.ie) with all Quarter-Finals over the next two weekends available for 5 euro each. Munster GAA in association with Nemeton and Stream Sport will provide the streaming coverage throughout the upcoming Munster Minor Championships.
GAAGO will exclusively stream up to 23 games from the upcoming return of Allianz League action, it has been announced.
Previously available outside of Ireland only, the service will for the first time allow GAA fans at home to stream inter-county GAA games live or on demand in 1080p HD.
Sign-up is via the GAAGO.ie website or the GAAGO iOS and Android apps.
The move is a boost for supporters unable to attend matches due to Covid-19 restrictions, and ensures that they will still be able to see their teams in action.
Games from every division of the Allianz Football League will be available on the platform, including the Division 1 clash of Monaghan and Kerry on Saturday 17 October.
The finals of the Allianz Hurling League Divisions 2A, 2B and 3B are also among the games being streamed on GAAGO.
Pay-per game access will be priced at €5, with county boards facilitating a free access scheme for hospitals and care homes.
Coverage will be produced by RTÉ Sport and Nemeton TV, with Marty Morrissey, Ger Canning and John Kenny among the commentators.