For GAA supporters unable to attend Sunday’s All-Ireland Football Finals, there are plenty of opportunities to view the matches live on TV or online throughout Ireland and abroad.
In Ireland, RTE Two will broadcast live the Senior final between Mayo and Donegal, throw-in 3:30pm. The Electric Ireland GAA Minor final between Dublin and Meath at 1:15pm will be screened live by TV3.
Fancy a free family fun day out this weekend? The GAA and ODEON cinemas have also teamed up to bring you a cinematic first. ODEON cinemas will host a free screening of the GAA Football All Ireland Senior final this Sunday.
To enter, free text the word SPORT followed by the name of your local ODEON cinema and your name and address to 50400 * (e.g. text ‘GAA ODEON Blanchardstown, John Smith, 123 Huntstown Avenue’ to 50400 if you want tickets for ODEON Blanchardstown).
Tickets are limited so enter early. Participating ODEON cinemas include Blanchardstown, Point Village, Coolock, Stillorgan, Cavan, Limerick, Waterford, Naas, Newbridge and Portlaoise.
For supporters outside Ireland, there are a number of ways to view Sunday’s finals GAA fans both on TV and online.
In the UK, Premier Sports on Sky Channel 428 will be showing live coverage of the final. This is a subscription channel and for more information visit www.premiersports.tv
In the USA, Premium Sports are providing live coverage of the final through their Setanta-i player or via Ustream.tv. Premium Sports also broadcast their live coverage into bars and social venues. For more information on what venues will be showing Premium Sports coverage visit www.premiumsports.tv.
In Australia, Setanta Sports is available on multiple platforms including Foxtel and Austar. The final is also available on Setanta-i which is an online player that provides live coverage. For more information visit www.setanta.com/au/.
Setanta Africa provides many countries in sub Saharan Africa with live access to the final and for more information on availability visit www.setanta.com/africa.
Throughout Asia, countries as diverse as Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, India and Indonesia will carry the Setanta Sports channel. For a full list of the countries and more details on the Setanta-i player in Asia visit www.setanta.com/asia.
For those GAA supporters who are not covered by any of the above regions, the finals can be viewed online at www.ustream.tv/GAAOnlinePPV.