TG4 is one of the most interesting television channels in the world. TG4 exclusively broadcasts in Gaelic, which is the Irish language that is almost exclusively spoken in Ireland. There are only 70,000 daily Gaelic speakers in Ireland so it is a relatively dead language and the fact that there is an entire television station dedicated to the language is interesting. Gaelic is a proud Irish tradition and there will always be a group of dedicated Irish people who want to keep the language alive. TG4 is also one of the biggest broadcasters of GAA football and hurling in the entire world.
If you are looking for club GAA Football and Hurling matches then TG4 is one of the channels that you need to check out as they have club matches nearly every single weekend throughout the year. TG4 is the best place on Irish television to watch club Gaelic football and hurling. Every single spring they broadcast 35 different club hurling matches which is by far the greatest number as compared to other broadcasting stations.
TG4 is constantly looking to improve their coverage of club football and hurling and increase the number of matches that they show on their station. On any given weekend you can see up to six different GAA matches live on TG4 so make sure that you are always aware of what matches they are showing. TG4 also always brings along an experienced crew to ensure that they have some of the best hurling and football coverage in Ireland.
Streaming GAA Football and Hurling
TG4 offers up a great way that you can watch club GAA Football and Hurling no matter where you are in the world. They have decided to go against most other cable companies and they have followed the RTE model by giving away their content to the entire world. This is a great way for a cable company to increase their subscriber numbers and show advertisers that they can increase their viewership numbers. TG4 has apps both on the App Store and Google Play Store where you can download the app and watch matches no matter where you are in the world.
You can also go right to TG4’s website and watch whatever is happening live on the channel including GAA club matches. They have a live option right on their website and all you have to do is click on it and you will be directed to a web player where you can play the live broadcast. If you happen to live in a country where the match is blocked because of international rights then you will have to buy a subscription to GAAGO. GAAGO is the GAA’s international mobile service that will show select hurling and football matches. The service costs $150 a year and you have access to documentaries, special content, and more. GAAGO is definitely worth it if you are a fan of Gaelic sports.