It's a weekend to savour for sports fans with RTÉ Sport bringing you a feast of football, both codes, and hurling on Saturday and Sunday.
There are four Super 8 games down for decision.
RTÉ will broadcast Dublin versus Donegal, with a throw-in time of 7pm.
That tie is preceded by Tyrone vs Roscommon at 5pm (Sky Sports).
On Sunday RTÉ will show the meeting of Kilkenny and Limerick, that game throws-in at 2pm then at 4pm the last Super 8 game of the weekend gets under way, the clash of Kerry and Galway.
Sky Sports will show Kildare versus Monaghan on Sunday at 2pm.
Saturday: ⚽🏑🏐#bel v #eng@OfficialWexGAA v @GaaClare @DubGAAOfficial v @officialdonegal— RTÉ Sport (@RTEsport) July 13, 2018
Sunday: ⚽🏑🏐#fra v #cro@KilkennyCLG v @LimerickCLG @Kerry_Official v @TribesmenGAA #WorldCup #rtesoccer #gaa #rtegaa pic.twitter.com/FCitPr0eEY
The World Cup final will be broadcast live on RTÉ 2 and RTÉ Player this Sunday 15 July from 3pm.
On Saturday the Apres Match panel will host the World Cup third place-off between Belgium and England at 3pm.
The All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-final between Clare and Wexford is on RTÉ on Saturday afternoon, coverage starts at 2.30pm.
Meanwhile, RTÉ's coverage of England's World Cup semi-final clash with Croatia drew over a million viewers last night with an audience of 924,300 and 61% share* on RTÉ2 and 201,357 streams delivered on RTÉ Player.
England were sent crashing out of the World Cup by Croatia who secured the win with a goal in the second period of extra-time.
Follow all four matches via our live blogs on RTÉ.ie and the News Now App, or listen to live and exclusive national radio commentary on RTÉ Radio 1's Saturday and Sunday Sport. Watch Dublin-Donegal live on RTÉ2’s The Saturday Game from 6.30pm and Kerry v Galway live on RTÉ1’s The Sunday Game from 3.30pm.