GAAGO have announced they will show 38 Championship games next year

GAAGO have announced they will show 38 Championship games next year

GAAGO, the GAA's streaming platform for Gaelic games, has announced it will show 38 Championship games on its service next year. 

The joint venture between the GAA and RTE, and GAAGO include 22 Sam Maguire Cup games, nine from the Liam MacCarthy Cup and seven from the Tailteann Cup in 2023

Former footballers Marc O Se, Paddy Andrews, and Michael Murphy will present coverage of the football games, while on the hurling side Seamus Hickey, Eoin Cadogan, and Tommy Walsh will provide their expertise on all matters hurling.

Fans will access 38 live or on-demand matches in HD quality for a special launch price of just €59 up until December 31st, before it moves to €79.

Individual pay-per-game matches will be available for €12, a ‘3-for-2’ bundle deal will cost €24 and GAA members will receive 10% off any full price (€79) subscription. GAA clubs will be able to avail of a group pass for €150 and care-giving locations will watch for free using complimentary login codes distributed by County PRO’s.

Commenting on GAAGO's plans, Larry McCarthy, Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael, said: "As someone who has lived away from Ireland for much of my life, I am well accustomed to viewing games on GAAGO. However, this new and exclusive domestic Championship schedule is a major advance, not just for the Association, but also for the viewers of our games.

"The comprehensive list of high-quality matches, a new look analysis team and a range of pricing that people can choose from makes the entire venture extremely exciting."

RTE Director General Dee Forbes said: “GAAGO has enjoyed tremendous success to date and is now set to play an even more central role as part of RTÉ's expanded coverage of GAA games which is good news for Irish sports fans everywhere.

"We know our audiences love live sport and now across RTÉ television, radio and online, in English and Irish, and through the comprehensive GAAGO schedule announced today, there is so much great live GAA action to get excited about. We're really looking forward to the start of the new season."

GAAGO’s 38 Exclusive Championship Matches in 2023

(Throw-in time TBC where not stated)

Sat 8 April

CSFC New York v Leitrim (10pm Irish time)

Sat 22 April

USFC Cavan v Antrim/Armagh, Breffni Park / Corrigan Park (6pm)

LSHC Galway v Wexford (5pm)

MSFC Tipperary/Waterford v Kerry

Sun 23 April

MSHC Clare v Tipperary (4pm)

LSFC Dublin v Wexford/Laois

Sat 29 April

USFC Ferm/Der v Tyr/Mon (5pm)

MSHC Limerick v Clare (7pm)

Sun 30 April

LSFC Semi Finals (2 x games)

Sat 6 May

MSHC Cork v Tipperary (7pm)

LSHC Dublin v Wexford (5pm)

Sun 7 May

LSHC Antrim v Kilkenny

Sat 13 May

MSHC Waterford v Clare (6pm)

Tailteann R1 ‘Game of the Week’

Sat 20 May

SFC Rd1 (2 x games)

LSHC Kilkenny v Dublin (6pm)

Tailteann Cup Rd2 ‘Game of the Week’

Sat 27 May

SFC Rd1 (2 x games)

Sun 28 May

MSHC/LSHC round robin (1 x game)

Sat 3 June

SFC Round 2 (2 x games)

Sun 4 June

SFC Rd2 (1 x game)

Tailteann Cup Rd 3 ‘Game of the Week’

Sat 10 June

Tailteann Preliminary Quarter Finals (2 x games)

Sat 17 June

SFC Rd 3 (Simultaneous T/I times) (2 x games)

Sun 18 June

SFC Rd 3 (2 x games)

Tailteann Cup Quarter Finals (2 x games)

Sat 24 June

SFC Prelim Quarter Finals (2 x games)

Sat 1 July

SFC Quarter Finals (2 x games)