Cork supporters aggrieved as GAAGO schedule for 2024 Championship confirmed
GAAGO have announced their streaming schedule for the 2024 Gaelic football and hurling championships.
38 Championship games will be streamed exclusively across the streaming platform, 22 of which are from the All-Ireland football championship.
Nine hurling championship will be shown on GAAGO with the remaining seven coming from the Tailteann Cup.
In the same way that Kerry football fans felt short-changed last year due to the number of their games that were exclusive to GAAGO, Cork hurling supporters are feeling particularly aggrieved this time around.
That's because three of their four Munster championship group games will be exclusive to GAAGO, which boasts analysts of the calibre of Richie Hogan - a new signing, John O'Dwyer, Eoin Cadogan and Seamus Hickey amongst others.
"I thought they were all out on the green after the match, so I said 'lads, did you watch the match?'
"They were like 'no, what match?"
Conal Keaney says not having big hurling matches free-to-air is killing the game. pic.twitter.com/vuZqBNYRhb
— GAA JOE (@GAA__JOE) May 9, 2023
GAAGO is a commercial company jointly owned by RTÉ and the GAA, and has been operation since 2014, when it initially offered coverage of GAA matches to those outside of Ireland. Its prominence has grown greatly in the last two years however, when it was first granted exclusive rights.
It has been confirmed today by the GAA that three of Cork's four Munster Senior Hurling Championship games will be broadcast on GAAGO. Supporters can sign up to GAAGO at a discounted rate of €69 before 31st December here https://t.co/vEKi1GXj7p. pic.twitter.com/Tz10YIBBpy
— Cork GAA (@OfficialCorkGAA) December 4, 2023
All four preliminary quarter-finals in the All-Ireland SFC will be exclusive to GAA, as will two of the quarter finals.
Their coverage begins on the weekend April 7/7 in Ruislip and Gaelic Park, with the full schedule below.
2024 GAAGO Match Schedule
CSFC quarter final: London v Galway
CSFC quarter final: New York v Mayo
LSFC quarter Final: Kildare v Westmeath/Wicklow
MSFC semi-final: Kerry v Cork/Limerick
MSHC round-robin 1: Waterford v Cork
LSHC round-robin 2: Antrim v Wexford
USFC semi-final (Fermanagh/Armagh v Down/Antrim)
MSHC round-robin 2: Cork v Clare
LSFC semi-finals: Kildare/Westmeath/Wicklow v Louth/Carlow/Wexford
Dublin/'Longford/Meath v Offaly/Laois
MSHC round-robin 3L Waterford v Tipperary
LSHC round-robin 3: Wexford v Galway
MSHC round-robin 3: Cork v Limerick
LSHC round-robin 3: Carlow v Kilkenny
Tailteann Cup Rd 1 game
SFC round 1 x 2 games
Tailteann Cup round 2 game
LSHC round-robin 4: Dublin v Kilkenny
SFC Round 1 x 2 games
LSHC Round-robin 5: TBC v TBC
SFC round 2 x 2 games
Tailteann Cup round 3 game
Tailteann Cup preliminary quarter finals x 2 games
SFC round 3 x 2 games
Tailteann Cup Quarter Finals x 2 games
SFC Rd 3 x 1 game
SFC preliminary quarter finals x 4 games
SFC quarter finals x 2 games
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