The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has confirmed the launch of a standalone streaming service.
TG4 hold the rights to screen 2022 Lidl National Football League and All Ireland Championship matches.
However, more than 100 games - not being screened by TG4 - will be viewable via the LGFA's new streaming platform. Furthermore, the service is accessible to those based overseas.
The streaming service will be in place for this coming weekend's start of the Lidl National Football League. TG4 are screening one live game from each of the three rounds of group fixtures, leaving the rest up for grabs on the LGFA's new service.
€50 will secure a viewer access to all Championship, League, and Club Championship matches on the platform for the entire year.
A weekend pass will cost €10, and single live matches €5. There is also the option to view single games after they've concluded for €3.
Further details can be found here.
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