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Thanks to a new television deal, Premier Sports will remain the only place GAA fans can watch live Allianz League coverage on Saturday nights until 2022 (stock photo)

Thanks to a new television deal, Premier Sports will remain the only place GAA fans can watch live Allianz League coverage on Saturday nights until 2022 (stock photo)

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Thanks to a new television deal, Premier Sports will remain the only place GAA fans can watch live Allianz League coverage on Saturday nights until 2022 (stock photo)

Premier Sports have announced a new deal for their coverage of Gaelic Games.

The deal means Premier Sports will remain the only place GAA fans can watch live Allianz League coverage on Saturday nights until 2022 with additional rights also included.

The deal will see the channel continue to broadcast the Allianz Leagues until 2022 with all live eir Sport and TG4 games to be shown.

It will also broadcast on-demand GAA clips via social media channels and they have also gained access to GAA archive rights with up to four classic matches to be shown each week.

Premier Sports operate on SKY channel 428 HD and Virgin 551.

BBC Northern Ireland will broadcast live any Ulster Championship match selected for live broadcast by RTÉ - including the Ulster Final - while SKY, meanwhile, has announced a deal to show 20 live games a season until 2021.

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