GAA Action on TV this weekend – times and channels.

19 December 2020; Con O'Callaghan of Dublin celebrates following the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Final match between Dublin and Mayo at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

GAA Television Schedule for the Weekend of February 3rd and 4th

Saturday, February 3rd

  • Kick-starting the first round of the Division 1 Allianz Football League, Dublin and Mayo will go head-to-head at MacHale Park. The match begins at 7:30 PM and will be broadcasted on RTE2.
  • In the Allianz Hurling League’s Division 1, Round 1, Dublin will compete against Tipperary. Catch the game at 2:30 PM from Parnell Park on TG4.

Sunday, February 4th

  • The Allianz Hurling League continues with Round 1 of Division 1. Clare and Cork are set to play at Cusack Park at 1:45 PM. The match will be aired on TG4.
  • In the Allianz Football League’s Division 1, Round 1, Derry faces Tyrone at Celtic Park. The match starts at 3:45 PM and will be shown on TG4.
  • Monaghan and Kerry are set to play at 1 PM at Clones. The match will be available to watch on the TG4 App.
  • A deferred game is also on the roster and will be aired at 5:35 PM on TG4. The teams playing in this game are yet to be confirmed.

Monday, February 5th

  • For the Lidl National Ladies League, Division 1 Round 3, Kerry will be playing against Cork. This match will be held at Austin Stack Park and will commence at 3 PM. Tune in to TG4 to watch the game.


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