For the first time since March, GAA action makes a return to our screens as the National League’s resume. Here is a list of the Live GAA on TV this weekend.
RTE2: Armagh vs Roscommon. Allianz National League Division 2. Throw-in 5.30pm.
TG4: All Ireland U-20 Championship Semi-Finals. Dublin vs Tyrone (Throw-in 2pm). Galway vs Kerry (4pm).
Eir Sport 1: Dublin vs Meath. Division 1. Throw-in 7pm.
TG4: 2pm Mayo vs Galway (Division 1 Football). 4pm Donegal vs Tyrone (Division 1 Football). 5.40pm Kildare vs Cavan (Division 2 Football – Deferred Coverage).
RTE 2: Allianz League Sunday (Highlights and Analysis), 9.30pm.
Division 1 of the Football League draws most of the attention from the TV cameras as GAA returns. However, fans don’t have to miss out on anything as GAAGO will stream up to 23 games from the Leagues. At a reasonable €5 per game, the GAA has done all to ensure the long-awaited throw-in of footballs and sliotars across the country will have plenty of keens eyes on them. Therefore, the Live GAA on TV this weekend will be plentiful and just a taster of what fans can expect every week until the 19th of December.
.@GAAGO will exclusively stream up to 23 games from the upcoming return of #AllianzLeagues action. 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. #GAA
— The GAA (@officialgaa) October 9, 2020