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How To Watch The All-Ireland Football Final Overseas

How To Watch The All-Ireland Football Final Overseas

The 2021 GAA senior football championship has raced through at a very fast pace, and we have just two teams left in Mayo and Tyrone. For many, All-Ireland football final day is one that is never to be missed, and this one is no different as Mayo look to end years of hurt, but it can be a challenge to watch when abroad - so we have all the info you need on how to watch the All-Ireland football final overseas.

Who's playing in the football final?

Mayo will face Tyrone in the All-Ireland football final.

When is the football final?

The All-Ireland senior football championship final between Mayo and Tyrone will take place on Saturday September 11th, with throw-in at 5pm in Croke Park.

How to watch the All-Ireland football final overseas?

If you're living anywhere other than Ireland or the UK, you'll be able to access the match through the GAAGO streaming service. For €20 (or $25) you can get full access to the All-Ireland football final.


All you need to do is log on to while in the country you'll be watching the game from, and scroll through the list of matches until you come to "Mayo v Tyrone" in the football final.

If you're craving some more All-Ireland action, the GAA actually have a very solid deal going on GAAGO. For just €45 ($55), you can also get both All-Ireland football semi-finals and the football final as well as the hurling final.

The GAAGO purchase also allows you to watch the game on-demand, as many as 10 times (if that need somehow comes upon you).

How to watch the football final in Ireland and the UK?

Sky Sports have the rights for the All-Ireland football final in the UK, with their coverage beginning at 4pm on Sky Sports Arena.

RTE2 are also showing the game with their coverage beginning at 3.30pm. Joanne Cantwell will present the show.

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Andrew Dempsey

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