It's the most wonderful time of the year, sang Andy Williams about grey and bleak December, but you've got to believe that’s only because he never sampled the delights of Fitzgerald Stadium in the late May sunshine.

There’s a veritable feast of sporting action in store this weekend with the weekend's biggest events covered live across RTÉ Television, Radio and Online.

Here’s what’s going on and he’s how you can keep up with it all.


Kerry v Limerick, 2:30pm RTÉ2

Joanne Cantwell presents all the action from the Munster Senior Football Championship final at Fitzgerald Stadium where Kerry go head to head with Limerick.

Shorn of the likes of Dara Moynihan, Stefan Okunbor and Mike Breen, defending champions Kerry take on a fully fit Limerick side looking to cause a major upset and become only the second team to best Kerry in the Munster final in the 10 years.

Dublin vs Kildare, 5pm RTÉ2

There's a double helping on provincial football action and follow hot on the heels of the Munster final is the Leinster decider where Kildare will be hoping to dethrone Dublin.

The Dubs may not be the all-conquering behemoths of years gone by, but they've won 16 of the last 17 Leinster football finals played and are heavy favourites against a Kildare side that were well beaten by Dublin in last year's final.

Watch full coverage of Kerry v Limerick and Dublin v Kildare on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player, as well as coverage on RTÉ Radio 1 and a live blog on RTÉ.ie/sport and on the RTÉ News Now App.

Leinster v La Rochelle, 4:30pm RTÉ Radio One

Ireland rugby greats and former international team-mates Leo Cullen and Ronan O’Gara go head-to-head for European club rugby’s biggest prize, the European Champions Cup. Cullen’s Leinster go into the game as heavy favourites but O’Gara knows just what it takes to get the better of the Blues.

There will be full radio commentary from the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille on RTÉ Radio 1 and a live match blog on the RTÉ website and RTÉ News Now App.

Liverpool take on Real Madrid

Liverpool v Real Madrid, 7pm RTÉ2

Peter Collins will be joined by Didi Hamann, Liam Brady and Richie Sadlier for all the action from the final at the Stade de France in Paris as Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool go in search of revenge for their 2018 defeat in the final to Real Madrid.

Fresh from the disappointment of missing out on the Premier League title by a single point on the final day, Liverpool have injury concerns with the likes of Thiago and Fabinho in a race to be fit to face the competition's most successful side, who are chasing their 14th European title.

There's full coverage of all the build-up, the match and the aftermath on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player, as well as a live blog on RTÉ.ie/sport and on the RTÉ News Now App.


Galway v Roscommon, 1pm RTÉ2

Roscommon and Galway meet in the Connacht Football Championship final in what is a repeat of the 2018 and 2019 finals. Galway came out on top in 2018 and the Rossies won a year later, the start of run of three consecutive final defeats for the Tribesmen.

Roscommon have the edge over Galway this year, winning their two recent league meetings, including the Division 2 final and a win here would cement their status as genuine All-Ireland challengers.

Derry have been flying this season

Derry v Donegal, 4pm RTÉ2

Rounding out the complete set of provincial football final this weekend comes the Ulster clash between Derry and Donegal at Clones.

This is the first Ulster final between these two sides since 2012 when Donegal came out on top and they will be the favourites to do so again, although will have to overcome a side who have already seen off defending All-Ireland champions Tyrone and Monaghan on their way to the final.

All the build-up and action from Pearse Stadium and Clones will be broadcast live on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player as well as Radio 1's Sunday Sport, while there'll be live match blogs on the RTÉ Website.

The Sunday Game, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

If all that live sport isn't enough for you or you somehow manage to miss some, you can catch up on all four provincial football finals on The Sunday Game as 9:30pm on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player as Des Cahill and guests take a look back at the weekend's action.