The Republic of Ireland's games with Wales and Denmark in the inaugural UEFA Nations League won't be live on terrestrial TV, and will be shown exclusively live on Sky Sports.
Ireland face Wales in Cardiff on September 6th, Denmark and Wales in Dublin on October 13th and 16th respectively, before finishing the league stage away to the Danes on November 19th.
The games are live on Sky Sports, while TV3 - which will by then be known as Virgin Media - will show full delayed coverage and highlights of the games. TV3 will have live coverage of the more glamorous games from League A of the Nations League, featuring the likes of Spain, France, Germany and England.
Ireland's Euro 2020 qualification campaign, which will start in March 2019, will be live on RTE. The draw to determine the qualification groups will take place in the Convention Centre in Dublin on November 22nd.
If Ireland finish top of their Nations League group, they will be promoted to League 'A', but will be relegated to League 'C' should they finish bottom. Perhaps most pertinently, the Nations League offers an alternative route to qualify for Euro 2020.
All of the respective 16 group winners - or the next-best placed team not already qualified for the competition - will go forth to playoffs which culminate in four teams progressing to the Euros.
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