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

On TV with 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 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 blog 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 2.10pm Irish time. Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio will be live as usual from 1pm on LW and from 2pm across all frequencies. Throw-in for the senior game is 3.30pm.


LIVE STREAMING: RTÉ Player (Ireland-only) | Mobile - RTÉ Player App iOS | Android  (Ireland-only)

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Mobile: RTÉ News Now
Online: RTÉ.ie/sport
Twitter: @rtegaa
Facebook: The Sunday Game
Youtube: RTÉ Sport
Soundcloud: RTE Sport

Get commentary in Irish via Saorview and Sky


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

GAAGO: Watch LIVE 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 Colm O'Rourke, Pat Spillane and Joe Brolly (panel) on RTÉ One HD from 2.10pm. Match commentary from Ger Canning and Martin Carney.

Des Cahill will be live from 9.30pm on Sunday night on RTÉ2 with Colm O'Rourke, Ciarán Whelan, Pat Spillane, Joe Brolly, Dessie Dolan, and Tomás O Sé to review the final, while Michael Lyster will be at the team hotel of this year's All-Ireland football winners. 

Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 starts at 1pm - All radio streams will be available worldwide on RTÉ.ie. Jacqui Hurley and John Murray will be joined by Martin McHugh and Johnny Doyle for big-match reaction. Commentary on the senior final from Darragh Maloney and Bernard Flynn. Brian Carthy will be joined by Éamonn O'Hara for commentary on the minor decider between Galway and Kerry. 

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 from 1pm-5pm


East Africa and North Africa
1300-1700 9470 kHz

Southern Africa
1300-1700 17540 kHz