Mayo GAA TV is back

The club Championships get going next weekend and, in advance of this, Mayo GAA TV is back online today, with a match being streamed on the service this evening.

The game in question is a League one, between Westport and Breaffy, and it’s being streamed live on the Mayo GAA TV service from 5.30pm. The match is free to watch and further details on it are here.

It was announced during the summer that Mayo GAA had appointed Stream Sport as their provider of streaming services for club games this year. It was stated then that the intention was to stream up to thirty club matches, including all four SFC quarter-finals, the two semi-finals and the final, as well as the hurling decider.

Last year, in the midst of the Covid restrictions, was when streaming live matches became a central part of the experience of following club action within the county. Although supporters can once again attend matches – and I hope to catch an opening round Championship clash myself next weekend – the option to watch matches online is still a very appealing one, in particular for those who for whatever reason aren’t able to attend as well as for the many of us who live outside the county.

I’m looking forward to tuning into this evening’s match myself and will be taking in plenty of the Championship action online as well over the coming weeks. There’s nothing like a bit of football to ease the pain of a football result.

8 thoughts on “Mayo GAA TV is back

  1. Great to have club football back and some great games over the next few weeks. Today D1 decider between Garrymore & Ballina and D2 decider is Ballaghdereen vs Louisburgh. Both have potential to be great games

    Championship back next week. Everyone should try and get to a game. The championship games are ticket games but there will be no scramble for tickets so if living closing to a club team go out and watch them. Could be spotting some future stars

  2. Thank God there’s a match this evening and the club championship starting next week. It’s time to move on and get out again watching matches and doing our own personal scouting on who might make the inter county panel next year in February when the league resumes as there will be no FBD next year. Anyway we hope those at the top of Mayo football will be out scouting as well but for now let’s enjoy the club championships next week and hope a few players put their hands up for selection as I’m sure they will. Best of luck to Andy Moran I hope he gets the Longford job it will be interesting to see how he does hopefully he’ll get the position and it will go well for him.

  3. In on-field news, the match on Mayo GAA TV this evening was entertaining. It ended in a draw, Westport 1-10 Breaffy 0-13. The stream was good, looks much more professional with the new streaming provider. Early days but it augurs well for the Championship matches.

  4. Very impressed with the stream it was very clear and very professional with the re plays and on screen graphics. Well done to Mike Finnerty and Martin Carney on commentary looks like it will be well worth a subscription

  5. What is the story with the Mayo GAA season streaming? I am overseas and keen to watch the club championships; neither the Mayo GAA nor the GAA Player website were forthcoming with details. Looking forward to next weekend

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