Here Is All The Sport You Can Watch On Your TV This Weekend

Here Is All The Sport You Can Watch On Your TV This Weekend

With the weather the way it has gone, be thankful that you have a stellar weekend of live sporting action ahead of you. Between football, rugby, boxing and the GAA, you'll be able to plan that wet weekend around a whole range of high-stakes games.

Below you have a range of all this weekend's most exciting sporting action, where to watch it, and what time you can expect the game in question to kick-off/throw-in. If there are any notable exceptions but in those cases it just wouldn't appear that the games are being shown on Irish television.



Cardiff City vs Brighton & Hove Albion (Premier League), 12:30pm, Sky Sports Premier League

Dortmund vs Bayern Munich (Bundesliga), 5:30pm, BT Sport 2

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League), 5:30pm, BT Sport 1


Boca Juniors vs River Plate (Copa Libertadores Final, First Leg), 8:00pm, BT Sport 2


Italy vs Georgia (International), 2:00pm, Eir Sport 1

Scotland vs Fiji (International), 2:30pm, BBC One

England vs New Zealand (International), 3:00pm, Sky Sports Main Event / Action

Wales vs Australia (International), 5:20pm, BBC Two


Ireland vs Argentina (International), 6:30pm, RTÉ Two

France vs South Africa (International), 8:05pm, Eir Sport 2


Oleksandr Usyk v Tony Bellew (Undisputed Cruiserweight World Title), 6:00pm (undercard starts), Sky Box Office 




Liverpool vs Fulham (Premier League), 12:00pm, BT Sport 1

Livingston vs Celtic (Scottish Premiership), 12:00pm, Sky Sports Football

Chelsea vs Everton (Premier League), 2:15pm, Sky Sports Premier League

Manchester City vs Manchester United (Premier League), 4:30pm, Sky Sports Premier League


Dr Croke's (Kerry) vs St Finbarr's (Cork) (Munster SFC semi-final), 1:30pm, TG4

See Also: Ranking Ireland's Hurling & Gaelic Football County Finals By Attendance*

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