Wherever you are in the world, here's how you can follow this year’s All-Ireland hurling final replay with RTÉ Sport.

On TV with RTÉ television, online via RTÉ Player, worldwide with GAAGO, on your mobile device with RTÉ.ie and via shortwave to Africa with RTÉ Radio, there are no shortage of ways to access the centrepiece of the football season.

RTÉ.ie will have previews, reviews and analysis from the top GAA analysts, features, live TV and Radio streaming, player and manager interviews and a live text tracker to keep you right up to date with events in Croke Park.

On TV, Michael Lyster and guests will be live from Croke Park for all the build-up at 1615 Irish time. Saturday Sport on RTÉ Radio will be live as usual from 1400. Throw-in is at 1700.


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This year GAAGO is carrying all the action from the final at Croke Park to viewers around the world*.

GAAGO: Watch LIVE (single game €14, season pass €110) | GAAGO Streaming FAQs

*Due to the TV rights contract, viewers in Great Britain must watch the All Ireland final via Sky Sports and the SkyGo app.

Michael Lyster will be joined by Cyril Farrell, Ger Loughnane and Tomás Mulcahy on RTÉ Two HD from 1615. The panel will provide the usual unrivalled analysis on all the action from Kilkenny v Tipperary - with the Man of the Match award being presented at the end of the live programme.

Des Cahill and guests will be live from 2130 on Sunday night with match highlights and the announcement of the the much-anticipated Sunday Game Team of the Year.

Saturday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 starts as usual at 1400 and will stay on air for coverage of the All-Ireland final.

All radio streams will be available worldwide on RTÉ.ie.

Ireland: At home, audiences can listen as usual to the GAA finals on RTÉ Radio 1 FM, DAB, RTÉ.ie and on Longwave 252.

Britain: Across most of Britain, listeners can receive our coverage on Long Wave 252. In addition RTÉ Radio 1 is available on the UK free to air satellite platform Freesat on channel 750.

Shortwave to Africa

In Africa, where many Irish people live and work, often in relative isolation with poor communications, RTÉ is providing special transmissions on shortwave radio.

Throw-in 1700 (Irish time)

Southern Africa
1630-1930 UTC, 100 kW, 7300 kHz

East Africa
1630-1930 UTC, 250 kW, 17820 kHz
1730-2030 UTC, 100 kW, 11750 kHz 

West Africa
1630-1930 UTC, 300 kW, 17495 kHz