Ciara Kenny

The Irish Times forum by and for Irish citizens living overseas,

What’s your experience of accessing GAA coverage abroad?

Is the GAA serving its audience overseas properly or could they be doing it better? Have your say.

Dublin's Darren Daly puts pressure on Mayo's Enda Varley in the All Ireland Football Final on Sunday. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Mon, Sep 23, 2013, 19:00


Ronan McGreevy

GAA director-general Páraic Duffy has said he is “absolutely determined” to ensure championship and big National League games are more readily available to the Irish diaspora living abroad.

The present deal to screen GAA games abroad comes to an end next year and the association is currently negotiating a new one.

We’d like to hear from the Irish living abroad. What is your experience of trying to access GAA games on television or on the internet? Is the GAA serving its audience abroad properly or could they be doing it better?

What advice would you give to the GAA now that they are negotiating the new packages?

Should, for instance, all GAA games be available on the internet to anyone who wants to watch them?

Please let us know and we will put your feedback to the GAA.