RTÉ Reveals Their GAA Championship Schedule For 2018

National broadcaster RTÉ today announced the 31 games they will feature across the summer months

RTÉ Sport - Championship 2018

With the 2018 Championship right around the corner, RTÉ Sport have released the action they will be covering in a very new look competition format starting Sunday week, May 13th.

With the revamped provincial hurling competitions and the introduction of the Super 8s at the quarter-final stage of the All-Ireland football championship, it promises to be an eventful summer.

RTÉ will as always have exclusive national radio commentary of every game in the hurling and football championships across their Saturday Sport and Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1, as well as unrivalled coverage on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News Now App.

The will be 31 live matches on TV including the football, hurling and camogie finals, camogie quarter-finals and semi-finals, football and hurling semi-finals plus provincial finals and All-Ireland quarter-finals.

RTÉ Television

RTÉ Sport, on television, radio, online and across its news coverage, will be the place to find all the action in this huge summer of Gaelic games.

The Sunday Game Live returns on Sunday, May 13th, with a double-header of hurling and football action. First up Dublin face Kilkenny at Parnell Park in the Leinster senior hurling championship, followed by Mayo v Galway in Castlebar in the Connacht senior football championship.

RTÉ Radio

The live Championship action on radio throws in this Sunday evening, May 6th, with live commentary from Marty Morrissey on RTÉ Radio 1’s Sunday Sport, with Leitrim’s trip to New York to take on the hosts in Gaelic Park in the Connacht Senior Football Championship.

RTÉ Online will serve as the digital hub for all Championship coverage and you can keep up to date on the latest news.

The RTÉ Player will also offer live streaming of all RTÉ’s live and highlights programming, exclusive match previews, extended manager and player interviews, and the best of the Sunday Game’s expert analysis on the football, hurling and camogie championships.

Sunday, May 13th

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship:
Dublin v Kilkenny

Connacht Senior Football Championship:
Mayo v Galway

Sunday, May 20th

Munster Senior Hurling Championship:
Limerick v Tipperary

Munster Senior Hurling Championship:
Cork v Clare

Sunday, May 27th

Munster Senior Hurling Championship:
Tipperary v Cork

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship:
Galway v Kilkenny

Sunday, June 3rd

Ulster Senior Football Championship:
Fermanagh/Armagh v Tyrone/Monaghan

Munster Senior Hurling Championship:
Waterford v Tipperary

Sunday, June 10th

Munster Senior Hurling Championship:
Limerick v Waterford Or Tipperary v Clare

Leinster Senior Football Championship:
Offaly/Wicklow/Dublin v Longford/Meath

Sunday, June 17th

Munster Senior Hurling Championship:
Clare v Limerick Or Waterford v Cork

Connacht Football Final

Saturday, June 23rd

Munster Football Final

Sunday, June 24th

Ulster Football Final

Leinster Football Final

Sunday, July 1st

Munster Hurling Final

Leinster Hurling Final

Sunday, July 8th

Football Qualifier Round 4

Saturday, July 14th

Super 8s: Round 1

Sunday, July 15th

All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final

All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final


Super 8s: Round 1

Super 8s: Round 1

Sunday, July 22nd

Super 8s: Round 2

Super 8s: Round 2

Saturday, July 28th

All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Final

Sunday, July 29th

All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Final

Saturday, August 24th

All-Ireland Camogie Quarter-Finals

Sunday, August 5th

Super 8s: Round 3

Saturday, August 11th

All-Ireland Football Semi-Final

Sunday, August 12th

All-Ireland Football Semi-Final

Saturday, August 18th

All-Ireland Camogie Semi-Finals

Sunday, August 19th

All-Ireland Hurling Final

Sunday, September 2nd

All-Ireland Football Final

Sunday, September 9th

All-Ireland Camogie Finals