Full details on the availability of knockout Club Championships Games available via the Clubber TV online Platform
Laois GAA is pleased to confirm an exciting new partnership with Clubber TV for the live streaming of the 2023 Laois Shopping Centre Club Championship knockout stages. Laois GAA is the latest new entrant into Irish Sport Broadcasting and Clubber TV are the new generation of broadcasters bringing sport to life across Ireland.
Clubber TV will begin live streaming all matches from the Quarter-Final stages onwards in the 2023 Laois Senior Hurling & Football Championships and all other Adult Finals.
Speaking at the launch event in Laois Hire O’Moore Park, Jimmy Doyle from Clubber said: “We want to become the new home for Irish Sports fans, connecting you at home or abroad. With our GAA media rights strategy, we ensure fans never miss a game, catch all the action live and on demand. We are delighted to partner up with Laois GAA, they are the heartbeat of sport in the county, and Clubber is looking forwarding to showcasing the best of Laois GAA over the next 2-years“.
Full details on access to the platform is available on the Clubber website (www.clubber.ie) where there are options to access individual games (individual match pass prices TBC but expected to be €11.99-€12.99 per game) and also an Annual Pass Subscription for €99.99 providing full access to everything shown on Clubber TV for 12 months, including the Laois County Championship as well as other Clubber counties including Tipperary, Kerry, Waterford, Louth and Longford (with more counties coming soon)”.
Chairperson of Laois GAA, PJ Kelly said: “As chairperson of Laois GAA, I am delighted to announce today’s ground-breaking partnership with Clubber TV. One of our foremost thoughts was how do we, ‘Laois GAA’ grow and attract a broader base for our games.
I think this partnership with Clubber TV gives us not only the ability to give people greater access to games they may not otherwise have seen, but it also guarantees a consistent level of match day production, aligned with the proposition of giving viewers ‘the best seat in the house’, when viewers can’t be here in ‘Laois Hire’ O’ Moore Park.
As we know, Gaelic games can provide chaos, and that is its glory. Anything can happen. Accordingly, I do feel that this should be a partnership, a partnership of equals, and I hope this is the start of great relationship for both Laois GAA and Clubber TV, and indeed prospective viewers alike.”
Keep up to date on all fixture and developemts as we reach the knockout stages in all Hurling and Football Championships across Laois via Laoisgaa.ie and our social media channels.