RTÉ Will Broadcast Live The Football, Hurling And Camogie Finals

 

Nine white O’Neills Gaelic footballs on a grass pitch, plenty will be seen on TV during the championship from the games that RTÉ will broadcast live

 

RTÉ released their 2019 GAA championship coverage schedule today which will see 31 games broadcast live during the summer starting with a Munster hurling double bill.

There is a big shift towards coverage of Hurling and the business end of the championships and a noticable lack of coverage of provincial football games with just five in total with four of those the provincial finals and the one exception the Ulster championship semi final between the winners of Fermanagh/Donegal v Antrim/Tyrone/Derry.

Live TV coverage starts on Sunday the 12th of May on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player with a Munster Senior Hurling double bill featuring the Waterford v Clare clash from Walsh Park with the throw-in at 2pm.

That will be followed by the meeting of Cork and Tipperary from Páirc Uí Chaoimh which will throw-in at 4pm.

The 31 live games will include the football, hurling and camogie All-Ireland finals, as well as the camogie quarter-finals and semi-finals and the football and hurling semi-finals, plus provincial finals and All Ireland quarter-finals.

The Sunday Game is celebrating 40 years on the air and will return in its usual Sunday evening spot hosted by Des Cahill and will include the best highlights and analysis of the weekend’s Championship fare.

RTÉ Radio 1 has the full exclusive national coverage of every match in both hurling and football with commentaries featured on both Saturday Sport and Sunday Sport.

The first live action from this seasons GAA championships is this coming Sunday the 5th of May with Marty Morrissey commentating Live on radio from New York the Connacht Senior Football meeting between New York and Mayo.

There will also be live reports from Ruislip from the London v Galway Connacht Senior Football championship quarter final.

RTÉ Online will serve as the digital hub for all Championship coverage. Fans can follow every game via their match trackers and live score service on RTÉ.ie/sport and the News Now App.

Also this summer the RTÉ Player will offer live streaming of all the games RTÉ broadcast live and their highlights programmes, 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.

RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta’s coverage of Gaelic games will feature live commentary, reporting and analysis on Spórt an tSathairn and Reacaireacht an Tráthnóna on Saturdays and on Spórt an Lae on Sundays.

 

The Sunday Game 2019 GAA Championship Live Broadcast Schedule

 

12th of May

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Waterford v Clare

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Cork v Tipperary

 

19th of May

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Tipperary v Waterford

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Limerick v Cork

 

26th of May

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

Galway v Wexford

 

2nd of June

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Waterford v Limerick

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Clare v Tipperary

 

8th of June

Ulster Senior Football Championship

Fermanagh/Donegal v Antrim/Tyrone/Derry

 

9th of June

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

Kilkenny v Galway

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Limerick v Clare

 

16th of June

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

Clare v Cork or Tipperary v Limerick

 

Connacht Senior Football Championship Final

 

22nd of June

Munster Senior Football Championship Final

 

23rd of June

Ulster Senior Football Championship Final

Leinster Senior Football Championship Final

 

30th of June

Munster Senior Hurling Championship Final

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Final

 

7th of July

Football Qualifier Rd 4

 

13th of July

All Ireland SFC Quarter Final, Rd 1

 

14th of July

All Ireland SHC Quarter Final OR All Ireland SFC Quarter Final, Rd 1

All Ireland SHC Quarter Final OR All Ireland SFC Quarter Final, Rd 1

 

21st of July

All Ireland SFC Quarter Final, Rd 2 (Croke Park)

All Ireland SFC Quarter Final, Rd 2 (Croke Park)

 

27th of July

All Ireland SHC Semi-Final

 

28th of July

All Ireland SHC Semi-Final

 

3rd of August

Camogie All Ireland Quarter Final

 

4th of August

2 x All Ireland SFC Quarter Finals, Rd 3

 

10th of August

All Ireland SFC Semi-Final

 

11th of August

All Ireland SFC Semi-Final

 

17th of August

Camogie All Ireland Semi Finals

 

18th of August

All-Ireland SHC Final

 

1st of September

All-Ireland SFC Final

 

8th of September

Camogie All Ireland Finals