Limerick GAA TV launch online season ticket


Following the successful launch last weekend of Limerick GAA TV, Limerick County Board are delighted to announce that GAA fans are to be offered the chance to purchase a season pass to watch games that will be streamed online.


The service is officially launched this Wednesday and will offer viewers the chance to purchase a Streaming Season pass for €100. This will include all games streamed on Limerick GAA TV between now and the end of the season.


The option to purchase game by game is also available at €8 per game.


There are 2 Live games to be streamed this weekend starting on Thursday night as the Bons Secours Senior Hurling Championship gets underway with champions Patrickswell meeting near rivals Adare at the LIT Gaelic Grounds from 7:30, while on Saturday evening Limerick GAA TV will be in Bruff for the clash of Blackrock and Ballybrown from 7PM.


Speaking about the launch of the Online Streaming Season Ticket Limerick County Board Chairman John Cregan said “Following the launch of the service last weekend we have listened to feedback from users of the service. There was an issue on Friday as demand for the service surpassed all expectations, however the team worked to ensure that the issues were rectified for our games on Sunday.


We are cognisant of the fact that if a supporter was to purchase all of the 30 games that we are to stream his season it would create a significant cost, as a result we have the option of the €100 pass. This represents huge value for all supporters who wish to view the games.”


The pass is available to buy online at by following the Limerick GAA TV link, select any product to buy and once you login in/register you will be given the option of buying a season ticket or a one off purchase of €8.