ALL IRELAND SENIOR FOOTBALL FINAL – WAYS TO WATCH AND LISTEN
One day to go to the biggest football game in the GAA calendar and the scramble for tickets is still in full swing. Even up to throw in time tomorrow, avid fans will be trawling the streets around Drumcondra hoping to score a golden ticket for what will be an absolutely massive game between Dublin and Mayo.
Of course, not everyone will be successful and most will probably head to the nearest venue with a screen to soak in the atmosphere. And there will be plenty of these across the county
For any at home, either here or further afield, there are of course ways to catch the action.
RTÉ Television will of course have live coverage of the entire event as Michael Lyster presents the Sunday Game, with the build up starting at 2:10pm on RTÉ ONE HD. Michael will be joined in studio by his usual panel of Colm O’Rourke, Pat Spillane and Joe Brolly. Match commentary will com from Ger Canning and Martin Carney.
Sunday Sport, presented by Jacqui Hurley will cover both the Minor and Senior Finals in RTÉ Radio 1 from 1:00pm. Jacqui will be joined by Pádraic Joyce, Eamonn O’Hara and Bernard Flynn for big-match reaction. Match commentary of course will come from Darragh Maloney and Bernard Flynn.
Radio listeners at home can listen as usual to the All Ireland Finals in RTÉ Radio 1 FM, DAB, and on Long Wave 252.
Fans in the UK can also receive RTÉ Radio coverage on Long Wave 252. Alternatively RTÉ Radio 1 can be listened to on Free To Air Satellite via channel 750 on Freesat.
Global subscribers to the GAAGO Platform will have access to tomorrow’s game in the “Watch Live” section of the player**
Once again SKY Sports will have full coverage of tomorrow’s Final on Sky Sports 2 HD via satellite platforms and to subscribers of the SkyGo app. Rachel Wyse and Brian Carney will bring you all the action from 2:30pm
As always GAA fans can enjoy the game live via the RTÉ Player either online (Ireland Only), or via the RTÉ Player apps on Android and iOS platforms (Ireland Only).
**Due to the TV Rights contract, viewers in Great Britain must watch the All Ireland Final via Sky Sports and the SkyGo app