DAZN In Ireland: All The Details And Info You Need To Watch DAZN In Ireland

DAZN In Ireland: All The Details And Info You Need To Watch DAZN In Ireland

On Saturday night, Katie Taylor will defend her undisputed lightweight title against former IBF featherweight world champion Jessica Han. The fight will take place outdoors on the undercard to the rematch of Mauricio Lara and Josh Warrington. The fight will only be available to view on DAZN. And here is all the information on how to watch DAZN in Ireland ahead of Taylor's latest fight

How to watch DAZN in Ireland?

DAZN is an online streaming platform that is the home of multiple sport series and documentaries. DAZN is available an app on smart TVs, games consoles, connected devices, mobile, tablets and computers.

How much does DAZN cost a month In Ireland?

DAZN costs €1.99 a month in Ireland.

What do I get on DAZN in Ireland? 

On DAZN, you can get 16 Matchroom UK fights a year and fight nights from the USA, Italy and Spain. Katie Taylor, Derek Chisora, Conor Benn, Joshua Buatsi are also to feature on the service.
There will also be exclusive boxing, documentaries, boxing shows with new episodes weekdays and classic fights available to view on demand.

How can I subscribe to DAZN? 

Here is a handy step-by-step guide to subscribe to DAZN if living Ireland.

DAZN is an online streaming platform that allows viewers to watch shows on demand.

You can sign up for DAZN by registering as a first time user on either the app or the website.

The app is available to download on the Apple and Google Play Store, while you can also register on the link here.

While registering, you will be asked for your details to sign up.

One of the perks with the subscription is that you can cancel anytime.

Your subscription will get renewed automatically on a monthly basis at €1.99 from the day you purchase the first subscription.

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