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The following Live Streamed games in this weekends Claregalway Hotel Senior Football Championship are now available to purchase in advance.

 

  • To purchase a Weekend Value Pass (€25) which gives you access to all FIVE games please click here

 

  • To purchase Saturdays Double Header Pass (€10) option please click here

  • To purchase Sundays Double Header Pass (€10) option please click here

 

  • To purchase a Single game only, (€6 per game) please click on the relevant game below
     
    •  Friday: CLG Bhearna v Salthill Knocknacarra, click here

    •  Saturday: St Michaels v An Spidéal, click here

    •  Saturday: Annaghdown v Maigh Cuilinn, click here

    •  Sunday: St James v Milltown, click here

    •  Sunday: Caherlistrane v Claregalway, click here

To Access the Live Stream:

When you have chosen your selection (after clicking on the relevant link above) please follow the onscreen details to register and complete payment.

Link for the match/matches will be sent to your email address, (please note to check your Spam/Junk folders if it does not come into your Inbox)

On Match Day, click on the link received via email to access the stream. 

Please Note : Access to the Stream is open 30 mins before throw-in.

Once purchased, games and packages are available to watch back for 30 days. They are available to watch approx. 2 hours after the game finishes via the link received to your email.

 

 

The above list of Live Streamed games in this weekends Claregalway Hotel sponsored Senior & Intermediate Football Championships are now available to pre-purchase.

Click here to be directed to purchase your pass online, select from the following options:

  • Purchase a Value Weekend Pass (€25) which enables you to view all 5 games

  • Double header Pass for Saturday or Sunday (€10)

  • Single Game Pass (€6)

Steps to access the Stream:

When you have chosen your selection please follow the onscreen details to register and complete payment.

Link for the match/matches will be sent to your email address, (please note to check your Spam/Junk folders if it does not come into your Inbox).

On Match Day, click on the link received via email to access the stream. 

You can re-watch a purchased game for up to 30 days.

Please Note : Access to the Stream is open 30 mins before throw-in.

 

 

By Cian O'Connell

Corofin's Kieran Fitzgerald has announced his retirement from senior club football.

Fitzgerald, who won an All Ireland medal with Galway in 2001, was an influential figure Corofin's recent success at local, provincial, and national level.

During a decorated career with Corofin, Fitzgerald won 14 Galway SFC titles, seven Connacht club, and four AIB All Ireland crowns.

The news was confirmed in a statement released to The Tuam Herald on Sunday morning.

“It’s hard to put into words the enjoyment and satisfaction I have experienced while playing the sport I love for over 30 years," Fitzgerald says.

“It was an absolute honour to play for Corofin GAA Club and for Galway. Although we had ups and downs, I loved it and if I could do it all again - I would!

“I am continually overwhelmed and humbled by the support and goodwill I have received down through the years from all corners of the GAA community both in good times and bad."

There are still season tickets available for the new GAA Galway football season in 2020.

Everybody who purchases a ticket before January 12th, will be entered into an incredible draw to win a matchday experience for one of Galway’s home games in the Allianz Football League in 2020.

The prize for two Adults and two Children includes

  • Breakfast with the team on the morning of the match
  • Travel on the team bus
  • VIP seats at the game
  • Access to the dressing-room post-match where they will be presented with a signed Galway jersey.

To purchase a season ticket just log onto https://seasonticket.gaa.ie and enter your details.

The draw for this amazing prize will take place on Sunday morning, January 12th before Galway depart for Castlebar for their opening competitive fixture of 2020 against Mayo in the Connacht League.

Galway played Tipperary and Corofin in challenge games recently as new manager Padraic Joyce and selectors continue their preparations ahead of the new season.

Galways opening league game is on Sunday, January 26th against Monaghan in Pearse Stadium.

For more information please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(Paul Byrnes, Galway Senior Football Team Media Manager)

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