With a busy schedule at home and abroad, sports fans will have to claim their place in bed early this weekend.
Home offers include Mount Juliet’s Irish Open and the semi-finals of All-Ireland senior hurling at Croke Park, as Andy Farrell’s Irish team will begin their tour of New Zealand on Saturday morning.
The international sports classics Wimbledon and Tour de France continue, while Formula 1 returns to Silverstone for the British Grand Prix.
Here you can watch all the TV Sports activities from this weekend …
Golf: Irish Open. Live on RTÉ Two from 1pm to 1pm on Sky Sports Golf
Cycling: Tour de France. Coverage on TG4 from 2:50.
Glad to be back in Ireland Irish Open_ . The best country in the world to play golf! (Wonderful people too) Can’t wait there. ⁇
-Eddy Pepperell (epPepperellEddie) June 28, 2022
Tennis: Wimbledon. Coverage on BBC Two from 11:00 am and BBC One from 1:45 pm to 7:00 pm.
Formula 1: Train for the British Grand Prix. Live on Channel 4 from 12.55-3.55pm and on Sky Sports F1 from 1-4pm.
MMA: Kayla Harrison Vs. Julia Bud – League of Professional Fighters. Coverage on Channel 4 from 1 p.m.
GAA: Kilkenny vs. Claire (All-Ireland Senior Hurling Semi-Final) – Live on RTÉ from 5:30 to 4:30 pm and on Sky Sports Arena from 5 pm.
Golf: Irish Open. Live coverage on RTÉ One from 1.10pm and Sky Sports Golf from 1pm.
Rugby: New Zealand v Ireland – Live coverage of the Sky Sports main event from 7.30am to 8.05am.
– Irish Rugby (rishIrishRugby) June 28, 2022
Rugby: Australia v England – 10.55am Live coverage of the Sky Sports Main event from 10.15am
Rugby: Wales against South Africa – Live coverage of the Sky Sports Main event at 4.05pm from 4pm
Rugby: Argentina v Scotland – 8.10pm Live coverage of the Sky Sports Main event from 7.30pm
Horse Racing: Sundown Park Races. Live on Virgin Media One from 1:25 p.m.
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Cycling: Tour de France. Coverage on TG4 from 11:05 am.
Tennis: Wimbledon. Coverage on BBC Two from 11am and on BBC One from 12.20pm to 5.15pm
Formula 1: Training and qualifying for the British Grand Prix. Live on Channel 4 from 11:45 am to 2:10 pm and on Sky Sports F1 from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Formula 1: Highlights of the British Grand Prix qualification. Coverage on Channel 4 from 02:10.
Motorsport: W Series – Silverstone. Coverage on Channel 4 from 1.10pm and on Sky Sports Mix from 1.10pm.
Motorsport: Formula E – Maracach Iprix. Coverage on Channel 4 from 4:30 p.m.
GAA: Offaly v Tipperary (All Ireland Minor Harling Final) – 1.30pm, Noulon Park. Live on TG4 from 1pm.
GAA: Limerick v Galway (All-Ireland Senior Hurling Semi-Final) – 3:30 pm on RTÉ and 3pm on Sky Sports Arena.
Golf: Irish Open. Live coverage on RTÉ One from 1.10pm and Sky Sports Golf from 1.00pm.
– Formula 1 (@ F1) June 27, 2022
Golf: Highlights from the Irish Open. Coverage on BBC One from 10.30pm.
Cycling: Tour de France. Coverage at TG4 from 3:20.
GAA: Where to watch all the matches this weekend …
Basketball: Ireland v Switzerland (Eurobasket 2023 Qualifying) – 5:15 p.m. Live on TG4 from 5pm.
Tennis: Wimbledon. Live on BBC Two from 11am and one on 12.20pm to 5.20pm
Formula 1: British Grand Prix. Live on Channel 4 from 1.30pm and Sky Sports F1 from 2.00pm.
Formula 1: The best moments of the British Grand Prix. Coverage on Channel 4 from 00:05.
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