How can I watch GAA outside Ireland?

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How can I watch GAA outside Ireland?

The Sunday Game is now available to watch online for people living abroad.

Q. What channel is the Tipperary match on?

RTE will be showing the match live, with live coverage on RTE One from 1 pm.

Q. Can I watch the Sunday game online?

The Sunday Game is now available to watch online for people living abroad.

RTÉ Player will offer live streaming of all RTÉ’s live and highlights programming and the best of the Sunday Game’s expert analysis on the Football, Hurling and Camogie championships.

Q. Can I watch all-Ireland on RTÉ Player?

You can tune in to The Sunday Game on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 2pm to watch all the action!

Q. Where can I watch Tipperary and Limerick?

How can I watch it? The match will be shown live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player, with their coverage beginning at 5pm. The match will also be shown live on eir Sport.

Q. How can I watch Tipperary and Limerick live?

Live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 3.45pm. Highlights on The Sunday Game on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 9.30pm. Viewers outside Ireland can watch the game on GAAGO. Live blogs on RTÉ.ie and the RTÉ News app, with video highlights on social media.

To help facilitate members and friends living abroad the GAA is pleased to confirm that our official ‘Live Match Tracker’ will be in place for both the Football and Hurling All-Ireland Finals and available to a worldwide audience to follow on www.gaa.ie .

Q. Is there a TG4 player?

This app is the latest development to give TV audiences access to TG4 content on multiple platforms and devices. The TG4 Player App is also available free to download for iOS and Android mobile devices, both of which have a casting option that is compatible with Google Chromecast and Apple TV.

Q. How can I watch TG4 outside Ireland?

You can view TG4 via:

  1. Saorview: channel 4; Sky channel 104; Virgin Media: channel 104 and channel 602 for kids), Eircom live stream.
  2. Northern Ireland: Sky: channel 163; Virgin Cable: channel 877; Freeview: channel 51.
  3. Worldwide: TG4.ie Player, IOS App and Android App.

Q. Why can’t I cast RTÉ Player?

We support Chromecast on our Android and iPad/iPhone apps. If the Cast icon is not loading (it is greyed out if unavailable), then it means your device is not detecting a Chromecast. Check if your device is connected to the same network as your Chromecast and then try relaunching the app.

Q. Can you watch live TV on RTÉ Player?

RTÉ Player is an on demand video service provided by Irish public media broadcaster RTÉ. The service provides live and recorded RTÉ television programmes, and content exclusive to the player as well as content from other international broadcasters.

Q. How can I watch the GAA Sunday Game live on RTE?

Watch GAA Sunday Game Live on RTE from anywhere… You can watch the 2018 GAA season on RTE Sport with Free Live Streaming from anywhere live with an Irish IP address.

Q. Where can I watch RTÉ Sport live in Ireland?

All of the above will be available live within the island of Ireland on RTÉ.ie/sport (a 512K connection is required). The Sunday Game highlights show will also be available live in Ireland on the night and on-demand for one week. Sports news, fixtures, results and opinion from Ireland and around the world straight to your inbox.

Q. What channel is Kerry v Westmeath on RTÉ?

Watch Kerry v Westmeath and Dublin v Kilkenny live on RTÉ2 or RTÉ Player from 4.45pm Saturday, and Donegal v Tyrone followed by Tipperary v Limerick, live on RTÉ2 or RTÉ Player from 1.15pm Sunday. Watch highlights of all the weekend’s action on The Sunday Game at 9.30pm on RTÉ One.

Q. When was the last time Tipperary won Munster?

Tipperary did win a round-robin encounter with less riding on it in 2019 – and had the last laugh in lifting Liam MacCarthy that year – but they have yet to beat a John Kiely-managed side in a meaningful championship clash and last won Munster five years ago.

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