League of Ireland games to be streamed live

Sligo Rovers and Finn Harps supporters will be able to watch League of Ireland matches live online, when the 2020 SSE Airtricity League season resumes at the end of this month.

The FAI is introducing LOIGO, a new online streaming platfor similar to the GAA’s existing service, which will air all remaining league games, execept those which are being broadcast on RTÉ and Eir Sport.

Supporters will be able to buy one of two streaming packages:
€55 for fans living in Ireland, which will give them access to all streamed matches

€69 for supporters living abroad.

The full details of the new online service have still to confirmed by the FAI.

The new service will be a boost for the many supporters are won’t be able to attend Rovers or Harps matches because of the Government’s decision to extend the limit on outdoor gatherings of 200 people, until August the 10th.

Sligo Rovers and Finn Harps both have 14 league matches remaining.

Rovers first game will be on Friday, July 31st against Derry City at the Brandywell (KO: 5:45pm).

Finn Harps will travel to face the Premier Division leaders Shamrock Rovers on Saturday, August 1st.

Both games will be streamed live  on LOI Go and the Rovers match will also be live on The Rovers Hour on Ocean FM.