All six of the Republic of Ireland's UEFA Nations League matches will be broadcast live on RTÉ.

The games will also be available on RTÉ Radio, with comprehensive coverage online at RTÉ.ie/sport and the RTÉ News app, including podcasts, analysis, live blogs, previews, reports and reaction.

RTÉ have also secured the rights to Ireland's matches in the European Qualifiers to UEFA Euro 2024, which will take place in 2023.

Ireland were set to open their UEFA Nations League campaign against Ukraine at the Aviva Stadium on 4 June, however, Stephen Kenny's side will now begin away from home, taking on Armenia on the same date.

Two home games will then follow against Ukraine and Scotland on 8 June and 11 June respectively, while the final game of the summer will see Ireland travel for the reverse fixture with the war-torn nation, with a venue yet to be decided in light of the ongoing conflict.

The away game with Ukraine is scheduled to take place In Lodz, Poland on 14 June.


RTÉ Group Head of Sport, Declan McBennett said "RTÉ Sport is delighted to bring the UEFA Nations League games to the audience free to air given the growing momentum behinds the men's international team and the significance of the games with Scotland, Armenia and in particular Ukraine.

"Combined with our coverage of the women’s national team, the Under-21s' qualification campaign and the domestic game it visibly demonstrates our commitment to keeping key sporting moments available to the widest possible audience."