Between Football And Hurling Seven Of The Allianz League Games Broadcast Live By Eir Sport’s Will Feature Dublin

Dublin fans watching a game, fans will be treated to seven games featuring Dublin footballers and hurlers which will be broadcast live on Eir Sport’s

Dublin will feature heavily in Eir Sport’s 2020 Live league coverage as the station announced the 15 games it will be broadcasting between football and hurling.

Reigning All Ireland football champions Dublin will feature in five live broadcasts, while Mattie Kenny’s Dublin hurling side will feature twice.

In total nine football teams and seven hurling teams will be covered over the spring competitions.

In football, games involving Dublin, Kildare, Armagh, Tyrone, Roscommon, Donegal, Mayo, Monaghan and Kerry will be broadcast Live and in Hurling, games covered will involve teams from Dublin, Tipperary, Limerick, Wexford, Carlow, Cork and Waterford.

The Live GAA coverage on Eir Sport’s gets underway on the 25th of January with a triple header of action. All Ireland hurling champions Tipperary take on Limerick and All Ireland football champions Dublin will take on Kerry in a repeat of last years final and the football clash between Donegal and Mayo concludes the live coverage.

On the 1st of February the two games featured will be Dublin’s trip to McHale Park to face Mayo and in hurling the featured game is the meeting between Cork and Tipperary.

The Dublin footballers feature again on the 8th of February as they host Ulster side Monaghan and there is a second football game featured as Armagh welcome the visit of Kildare.

The Live Eir Sport’s coverage on the 15th of February is an all hurling affair with the Dublin hurlers away trip to face Carlow and the meeting between Limerick and Waterford the two featured games.

It’s a double header from Croke Park that provides the live action on the 22nd of February with the Dublin hurlers facing Wexford and the Dublin footballers taking on Donegal.

The Live action from two football games feature on the 29th of February as the four teams that contested last season All Irelamd semi finals meet with Mayo hosting Kerry and Dublin facing Tyrone.

The Eir Sport’s Live coverage concludes on the 14th of March with two football clashes Armagh and Roscommon go head to head and the all Ulster clash between Donegal and Tyrone.

2020 Eir Sport GAA Live Coverage:

25th of January

Tipperary v Limerick (Hurling)

Dublin v Kerry (Football)

Donegal v Mayo (Football)

1st of February

Mayo v Dublin (Football)

Cork v Tipperary (Hurling)

8th of February

Dublin v Monaghan (Football)

Armagh v Kildare (Football)

15th of February

Carlow v Dublin (Hurling)

Limerick v Waterford (Hurling)

22nd of February

Dublin v Wexford (Hurling)

Dublin v Donegal (Football)

29th of February

Mayo v Kerry (Football)

Dublin v Tyrone (Football)

14th of March

Armagh v Roscommon (Football)

Donegal v Tyrone (Football)