Limerick GAA Release Live Streaming Details and Plans for 2023

Limerick GAA have announced various Live Streaming packages for the 2023 club season. The deal in partnership with StreamSport will bring all the live action from around the county to your TV, tablet or mobile device whether at home or away.

With a guaranteed minimum of 30 matches across hurling and football you can watch for as little as €3 per game with the early bird season pass option. Limerick GAA has also added a 20% discount for the first 150 customers who purchase a season ticket.

Na Piarsaigh v Patrickswell is one of many stand out fixtures on the opening weekend. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

The pricing structure is outlined below.

Single Game Pass: €10

Season Pass €110 (€3.66 per game)

Early Bird Pass €88 (€2.93 per game) Enter discount code earlybird for the first 150 customers to avail of 20% discount. 

2 Game Weekend Pass €15 (€7.50 per game)
3 Game Weekend Pass €20 (€6.60 per game)
4 Game Weekend Pass €24 (€6.00 per game)

Each week Limerick GAA and StreamSport will bring you the pick of the action from around the county with the best of local commentary and opinion around the games. Where possible Limerick GAA will schedule live streamed games across the weekend to allow supporters watch as much of the action as they can.

Click on the link below this video for more information on how you can follow your heroes on their club adventures in 2023 with links to season passes as well as to the opening games of the season.

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