IABA launch new streaming service with Limerick company StreamSport.ie

The Irish Athletic Boxing Association (IABA) have announced a new streaming partnership with SteamSport.ie to show every national championship fight, which started on Friday night with Day One of the National U18 Championships.

StreamSport.ie, based in Limerick, have worked with numerous GAA boards in recent years, and will operate in conjunction with JW Player. 

Each day of boxing costs €8, and footage will be transferred to IABA’s YouTube channel three days after the action to aid performance analysis for boxers, coaches and clubs.

You can purchase the fights here.

“This is a significant development for IABA and for boxers, clubs, coaches and their families throughout the association,”

“It ensures that our sport, Ireland’s most successful Olympic sport, has high visibility outside the National Stadium. The Home of Irish Boxing will always be the best place to watch the incredible talent of IABA’s boxers, but we recognize that family, friends and clubmates at home and abroad want to support their boxer.

“Our exciting partnership with StreamSport.ie and JW Player allows them to do that. From a commercial perspective, this is an important step for IABA and heralds the first in a series of governance, communication and visibility landmarks in 2024.” 

IABA Interim CEO John Nangle.

The first tournament of the year got underway at the National Stadium on Friday night and will conclude on Saturday, January 20. A total of149 boxers will compete with 28 titles to be decided.

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Darragh Moloney