GAA Final live the match on the RTE Player
Wherever you are in the world, here's how you can follow the All-Ireland football final live with RTÉ Sport on Sunday.
The Irish broadcaster has once again displayed its commitment to putting GAA action on free-to-air television. The broadcaster will broadcast all four Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor football quarter-finals, starting with Mayo and Dublin on Saturday which will be available to view via the TG4 YouTube account from 3 pm. Later that evening, Kildare will take on Galway at 7 pm and this can also be viewed via the TG4 YouTube account.
The other two Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor football quarter-finals take place on Sunday with Kerry taking on Tyrone at 2 pm followed by All-Ireland Final Dublin live stream at 6 pm and both of these games can be viewed via TG4.ie. The Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor hurling semi-finals will also be broadcast with Limerick facing Kilkenny at 4 pm on Saturday live on TG4 while Wexford take on Galway the following day at 1.30 pm, also live on TG4. Saturday's action also sees the All-Ireland senior ladies football championship clash between Donegal and Mayo take centre stage on TG4 at 1.30 pm with TG4 YouTube broadcasting Armagh against Cork at 3 pm. inally,
Gaelic football fans in Ireland can live stream the match on the RTE Player.
Sky TV customers will be able to stream the match also via the Sky Go app.
The match will be shown live by both RTE and Sky Sports with further TV information yet to be released.
On TV with 2019 All-Ireland final live RTÉ television, online via RTÉ Player, worldwide with GAAGO, on your mobile device with RTÉ News Now and via shortwave to Africa with RTÉ Radio, there are no shortage of ways to access the game.
the All-Ireland U20 football championship will also be available for viewers to view live with Galway facing Dublin at 5 pm on Saturday with this game being shown via TG4 YouTube. On Sunday Cork face Tyrone at 4 pm with TG4.ie live-streaming the action.