Sky Sports 2019 GAA Championship Live Coverage Will Include 15 Football Games And 7 Hurling Games

 

Sky Sports female presenter in a beige coat holding a microphone, Sky Sports 2019 GAA coverage is announced

Sky Sports have announced its live TV schedule for the 2019 GAA championship season which will include 14 exclusive games over the summer.

Sky will broadcast a total of 22 games and their coverage will start with exclusive action from the Leinster Senior Hurling championship clash between Kilkenny and Dublin in Nowlan Park on the 11th of May.

Their exclusive coverage continues on May 18th with the Ulster championship meeting between Cavan and Monaghan.

That’s will be followed by the Mayo/New York v Roscommon/Leitrim Connacht senior football championship game on May the 25th and the Cork v Waterford clash on June the 8th in the Munster senior hurling championship Saturday May 25th.

In total Sky will broadcast 15 football championship games and 7 hurling championship games including both football and hurling All Ireland semi finals and both finals.

Sky will have a new pundit on board this year in the shape of Kerry legend Kieran Donaghy who will provide his own unique insight and analysis alongside Senan Connell and Peter Canavan, the hurling analysis will be provided by Jamesie O’Connor, JJ Delaney and Ollie Canning.

Dave Mclntyre and Mike Finnerty have been announced as lead commentators for 2019, with Nicky English, Michael Fennelly, Dick Clerkin and Paul Earley providing co-commentary. Damian Lawlor is on board once again as a sideline reporter.

There are two ways to watch the action:

GAA fans can watch exclusive live fixtures on Sky Sports via Sky/Sky Go or on TV streaming service NOW TV.

Also retuning is Wednesday evening’s The Championship Review show which will be shown on the Sky Sports Arena channel and will start on the 8th of May three days before the first live game broadcast on the 11th of May.

Below is the full list of games that Sky Sports are set to cover:

Sky Sports 2019 GAA Championship Schedule:

 

Kilkenny v Dublin (Leinster SHC)

Saturday May 11th.

Cavan v Monaghan (Ulster SFC)

Saturday May 18th.

Mayo/New York v Roscommon/Leitrim (Connacht SFC)

Saturday May 25th.

Cork v Waterford (Munster SHC)

Saturday June 8th.

Leinster Hurling Championship (Leinster SHC) x2**

Saturday June 15th.

Football Qualifier Round 2**

Saturday June 22nd.

Football Qualifier Round 3**

Saturday June 29th.

Football Qualifier Round 3

Saturday June 29th.

Football Qualifier Round 4

Saturday July 6th.

Football Qualifier Round 4

Saturday July 6th.

SFC Super 8’s, Round 1

Saturday July 13th.

SFC Super 8’s, Round 2 (Croke Park)

Saturday July 20th

SFC Super 8’s, Round 2 (Croke Park)

Saturday July 20th.

All Ireland Hurling Semi Final

Saturday July 27th

All Ireland Hurling Semi Final

Sunday July 28th.

SFC Super 8’s, Round 3

Saturday August 3rd.

SFC Super 8’s, Round 3

Saturday August 3rd.

All-Ireland Football Semi Final

Saturday August 10th.

All Ireland Football Semi Final

Sunday August 11th.

All Ireland Hurling Final

Sunday August 18th.

All Ireland Football Final

Sunday September 1st.

**Subject to fixture selection