There's a huge amount of GAA streaming this weekend happening this weekend, and the vast majority of it will cost you a few quid. It's great to see some counties are using the interest in streamed club matches to raise some needed money.
Kildare GAA have announced that they will be donating all proceeds earned from live streaming three of this weekend's Senior Football Championship games to charity to children's charity Barretstown.
In a statement about the decision, Kildare GAA said;
"Kildare GAA are delighted to be live streaming three of this weekend’s Joe Mallon Renault Senior Football Championship games live from St. Conleth’s Park this Sunday 2nd August. All funds raised from Sunday’s live stream will go directly to Barretstown."
Kildare GAA are delighted to be live streaming three of this weekend’s @JoeMallonMotors Senior Football Championship games this Sunday 2nd August.
All funds raised from Sunday’s live stream will go directly to @Barretstown.
You can now sign up online⬇️https://t.co/OzP41XcxrU
— Kildare GAA (@KildareGAA) July 30, 2020
The cost of live streaming the matches is €5 each or you can pay €10 for access to all three. All three games take place on Sunday, August 2 and their details are listed below:
St Laurence's V Eadestown at 12 noon
Clane V Monasterevan at 3pm
Sarsfields V Johnstownbridge at 6pm
Kildare GAA have issued some useful instructions for those who are interested in live streaming the games which can be found here. You can also sign up for the live stream links directly using this link here.