GAA National Football League 2022: How to watch Live on TV. Its will be stream on television, and you can also watch it a web browser or a mobile app. GAA is The National Football League is an annual Gaelic football competition between the senior county teams of Ireland plus London. Sponsored by Allianz, it is officially known as the Allianz National Football League. The Gaelic Athletic Association organises the league.
Teams: 32 (usually); 31 (2021)
Irish: Sraith Náisiúnta Peile
Trophy: Irish National Insurance Cup
Most titles: Kerry (22 titles)
Region: Ireland (GAA)
Title holders: Kerry / Dublin (Kerry 22nd / Dublin 14th title)
The live telecast of the GAA National Football League 2022 will be available on the Paramount+, Fanatiz, Fubo TV, DAZN, ESPN+ & Sling TV TV channel.
Gaelic games fans will be spoiled for choice this weekend with eight matches broadcast or livestreamed over the course of Saturday and Sunday.
First up on Saturday is the meeting of Antrim and Dublin in Division 1 of the Allianz Hurling League which will be livestreamed on GAAGO and the BBC iPlayer.
The AIB All-Ireland senior club finals then take centre stage on TG4 with Ballyhale Shamrocks and Ballygunner doing battle at 3pm and Kilcoo and Kilmacud Crokes going head to head at 5pm.
RTÉ2 will broadcast the Allianz Hurling League clash between Limerick and Galway at 7pm, while over on TG4 Donegal and Galway will meet in Division 1 of the Ladies Football League at 7.30pm.
The first televised match of the day on Sunday is TG4’s coverage of Clare and Wexford in Division 1 of the Allianz Hurling League.
TG4 will also show deferred coverage of Offaly v Cork in Division 1 of the Allianz Hurling League at 5.30pm, but if you can’t wait you can watch that match live at 2pm on the TG4 app.
TG4 will also broadcast live coverage of the Allianz Hurling League showdown of old rivals Tipperary and Kilkenny at 3.45pm.
GAA supporters may brace themselves for a huge weekend of TV and livestream coverage on Saturday with five games set to be shown.
Croke Park is the venue for the All-Ireland senior finals take place on Saturday when Ballyhale Shamrocks clash with Ballygunner.
In the football decider, Down’s Kilcoo and Dublin’s Kilmacud Crokes will face each other.
Antrim host Dublin in Division One of the hurling league.
In another Division One clash, Limerick take on Galway.
Limerick boss, John Kiely may have been feeling a touch of deja vu as Limerick slipped to a rare defeat at Chadwicks Wexford Park last time out.