Sky Sports will show the All-Ireland Gaelic football and hurling Championships after securing a three-year deal to screen live matches from June 2014.
For the first time, Sky Sports viewers can enjoy the excitement, passion and drama of Ireland's two most popular sports, with weekly live coverage plus the All-Ireland semi-finals and finals from each code.
The agreement comprises 20 live matches including the All-Ireland semi-finals and finals exclusively live in the UK, 14 matches exclusively live in Ireland, with the All-Ireland semi-finals and final also live.
Sky Sports News will show highlights as well as news, interviews and results on their 24-hour news channel, while skysports.com will have match reports, fixtures and interviews as well as news, blogs, videos and galleries.
Live GAA matches will also be available to watch on mobile for the first time at no extra cost to Sky Sports subscribers via Sky Go.
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