RTÉ Sport is set to re-show unforgettable games, goals and some of the greatest sporting hits over the next 10 weeks. 

Starting on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player at 9.30pm on Thursday 16 April, RTÉ Sport Classics will run every Thursday for 10 weeks.

For the as-live experience, viewers will be able to follow the games online with live blogs on the RTÉ website and RTÉ News Now app and, over on RTÉ 2FM, Game On will feature interviews with the main protagonists to whet appetites.

In soccer, over the past two Sundays, RTÉ has shown every goal from the 2014 and 2018 World Cups and will continue this Sunday 19 April (RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player, 4.05pm) to bring more goals and stories from the men's and women’s World Cups.

RTÉ will also screen the highlights of the Republic of Ireland’s last European Championship experience in 2016 and a look back at our journey to date in the 2020 campaign. From Tuesday 14 April, tune in for all of the best UEFA Champions League Classic games. 

As the 150th Irish Grand National did not take place last weekend, RTÉ Player went through the archive in an attempt to fill the void. The white flag was due to be raised on Easter Monday and the RTÉ Player relived three of the greatest Irish Grand Nationals of all time.

GAA fans are in for a treat as the RTÉ Player will showcase the 'All-Ireland finals series'.

From Friday 17 April, viewers will get to relive their excitement around every single All-Ireland football, hurling and camogie final that was shown on RTÉ over the past decade.

RTÉ2 will be bringing back the Sunday Game in the coming weeks with all best of the GAA archive across all men's and women's matches.

In June/July, it's Euro 88, Italia 90 all over again, as we relive the great days of our World Cup and Euro experiences, with themed Sunday evenings across RTÉ Sport.

Meanwhile, Game On continues Monday to Friday on RTÉ 2FM from 6-7pm with Marie Crowe, Donncha O’Callaghan and Ruby Walsh featuring a great mix of the latest news and feature interviews.

Sunday Sport on RTÉ Radio 1 is on Sunday from 2-4pm. There may be no live sport, but we’ll have the best live analysis and chat on the week’s developments.

16 April         
GAA - Clare v Offaly All-Ireland Hurling Final 1995   
Clare's first All-Ireland win in 81 years. 

23 April  
- Cork v Waterford, Munster Hurling Final, 2004   
One of the most epic Munster Finals of all time with Waterford finally securing their 7th Munster title. 

30 April             
GAA - 
  Offaly v Kerry All- Ireland Football Final, 1982   
Kerry's 5 in a row ambitions finally halted by Seamus Darby's dramatic late goal for Offaly.   

7 May
 - Italy v Ireland, Women's Six Nations, 2013 (17.03.13)  
Ireland's women battle Italy and the elements as they attempt to complete their first ever Six Nations Grand Slam.   

14 May  
- Qualifiers from 1974 & 2015   
Rep. of Ireland 3-0 USSR ON 30TH Oct 1974 + Rep. of Ireland 1-0 Germany on 8 Oct 2015. A Euro qualifying double-header featuring a famous Don Givens hat-trick plus a win over the reigning world champions  

21 May
- Ireland v New Zealand, 2013 (24.11.13)  
Heartbreak for Ireland as an historic first home win against the All Blacks is snatched from them at the death in a classic clash  

28 May
– Qualifiers from 1981 & 2017 . WCQ Ireland 3-2 France and WCQ Wales 0-1 Ireland. 
A World Cup qualifying double - Platini's France beaten at a packed Lansdowne Road plus a winner takes all encounter in Cardiff.   

4 June 
- Qualifier: Republic of Ireland v Netherlands, 2001 (01/09/2001)  
World Cup Qualifier from 1 September 2001 - Rep. of Ireland 1-0 Netherlands. The most important international match in a generation saw the Republic take a major step towards Korea/Japan 2002  

11 June 
- Spain v Ireland, Hockey World Cup Semi-Final, 2018 (04.08.18)   

18 June 
- Ireland v New Zealand, 2018  
One of the nation's greatest sporting nights as Ireland record their first ever home win against the mighty All Blacks