Wednesday, July 27, 2022


The Waterford County Board have today announced that Waterford GAA have a new streaming partner, Clubber TV, ahead of the start of the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Senior Hurling Championship, which gets underway tomorrow evening (Thursday) when Dungarvan take on Fourmilewater at Fraher Field, Dungarvan.

Clubber TV is an Irish company founded by Jimmy Doyle, and they will provide end-to-end live streaming and AI match analysis for the Waterford GAA Championship for 2022. They also provide live streaming for other sports organisations to bring live games to fans across the globe.

Speaking on teaming up with Waterford GAA, Clubber’s Head of Business Development, Lar Doyle said he was “excited to be working with Waterford GAA in this new partnership.”

“We want to bring to life as many games as possible in partnership with local broadcasters. We are also delighted to work with Tomás Kiely and his team at RUA TV as one of our key broadcast partners in Waterford.”

Waterford GAA Chairman, Seán Michael O’Regan said: “We’re looking forward to working with an Irish company, Clubber, in providing streaming access to live games for the upcoming Club Championships. We believe their innovative and easy to use service will allow our dedicated supporters to access our games.”

All games can be viewed online via Smart TV, tablet, mobile phone, or laptop. Please visit Waterford GAA Live Streaming and follow the registration process before the game(s) commence or go directly to Clubber TV ( Follow us on all social channels @WaterfordGAA and @ClubberGAA for the latest updates

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