Corofin (Galway) and Kilcoo (Down) set up the All-Ireland final showdown game after beating Nemo Rangers (Cork) and Ballyboden St Enda’s (Dublin) respectively.
How did the wins come by?
Corofin won 1-10, 0-7 against Nemo Rangers in a repeat of the 2018 decider. It all came down when Micheal Lundy scored within a minute after the work of Gary Sice and Martin Farragher that involved a mixture of accurate movement, style, and kick-passing.
Kilcoo won 2-8, 0-11 against Ballboden St Enda’s to go into the final for the first time in their history. It was after a masterclass of goals from Daryl Branagan and Ryam Johnston that sent down Kilcoo into the final.
Corofin vs. Kilcoo Streaming Info:
Event: AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final
Date & Time: Sunday, January 19 at 4:00pm
Location: Croke Park
Broadcaster: TG4 Streaming
Live Stream: Watch NOW
Watch Corofin vs Kilcoo Live Stream Final
TG4 will have live stream as well as exclusive broadcasting coverage rights for 2020 AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Senior match.
TG4 aired the semifinals between Corofin vs. Nemo Rangers and Kilcoo vs. Ballyboden St Enda’s.
So, you can also expect them to stream the final match between Corofin vs. Kilcoo on Jan 19, 2020, at 1600 hrs.
Watch Corofin vs Kilcoo live online on TG4
It’s now confirmed that TG4 is the official broadcaster of the All-Ireland Senior Match.
TG4 started streaming AIB Club Championships from Jan 4, 2020, and they are expected to run until Jan 19, 2020, when the finals are going to commence.
Head of Sport of TG4, Ronan O Colsdealbha confirmed by saying:
“We look forward to another great season in 2020 and providing weekly coverage to GAA fans all over the country on free to air television. We are proud that our station has a long history of providing comprehensive GAA coverage at this time of the year.”
With that said, let’s look at how to watch the final via TG4.
It’s the official site where you can view all the TG4 live streams, including the Corofin vs. Kilcoo final. The site is geo-blocked and makes most of its viewing content available to people on the island of Ireland only. Watch on the go by downloading their app that is readily available for Android and iOS.
- Virgin TV (Ireland Only)
It’s a digital TV and broadband provider for people in Ireland. The least package to access Virgin TV goes for about €35/month for six months. However, if you want to watch from anywhere, then download the Virgin mobile app, but you’ll need a monthly or yearly plan.
- AerTV (Ireland Only)
It’s the leading platform for watching Live TV in Ireland, and you can stream up to 19 channels to your TV, PC, tablet, and phone for €5.99/month. If you’re a new user, then take advantage of AerTV Plus that is free for the first month. Their mobile app is only available for iOS devices.
It’s now known as AT&T NOW, and as a result of new price changes, you’ll soon be required to pay about $ 65 for the plus package that comes with more than 45 channels. You can watch TG4 live streams online or on-demand.
- YouTube TV
With roughly $50 per month, you can watch as well as record many sports event including the All-Ireland Senior Championship. TG4 has also unveiled its new channel Sport TG4 on YouTube, and you can watch Ireland championships live and for free.
Corofin vs Kilcoo Final on TG4 Using VPN
TG4 is a free-to-air channel for people living on the island of Ireland. Therefore, if you live outside Ireland and want to catch all the action of Corofin vs. Kilcoo Final on TG4, then you’ll need a VPN to bypass the geo-restriction.
Here are the three best VPN options to use.
- Express VPN– It’s has a customer care that is available 24/7 and spans across more than 148 locations with over 1000 servers.
- IPVanish – It allows up to 10 devices simultaneously and spans across 60 different countries with over 1500 servers.
- Nord VPN– It allows up to 6 devices simultaneously and spans across 59 countries with over 5500 servers.
How to Watch Corofin vs Kilcoo using VPN
A VPN service allows you to bypass the geo-restrictions placed on a website by connecting to the supported countries’ servers
Here are the easy steps of connecting TG4 using a VPN.
- Sign up for a VPN service (the options above) that works with TG4.
- Download and Install the VPN application on your devices such as Android, iOS, PC, or Mac.
- Open the VPN using the credentials you used while signing up.
- Choose the location and peruse through to an Ireland server and click connect.
- Once the VPN is connected, visit the TG4 website to watch the live streams.
The final between Corofin and Kilcoo will be on Sunday, Jan 19, 2020, at the Páirc an Chrócaigh (Croke Park). Fans in Ireland can watch the live stream on the TG4 website, while those living outside the country can use a VPN service to bypass the location restrictions.