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LOI TV launches for only €79 for 135 games


Supporters of the SSE Airtricity First Division and Women’s National League will be able to watch their team in action on the opening weekend of the 2021 season courtesy of LOITV.

With a Season Ticket pass available for just €79, supporters can watch 135 First Division game via the new streaming service and ensure that they don’t miss any of the action.

Subscribing to LOITV is also the perfect way for supporters to help their favourite club with all the revenue generated from the service going directly back to the clubs.

In the Women’s National League, all 108 matches will be FREE to watch, with supporters simply asked to register on the platform in what is an exciting period for the League entering into its 11th season.

League of Ireland Director Mark Scanlon said: “We’re delighted to be able to launch the LOITV service in what is an exciting development for clubs in both the SSE Airtricity First Division and Women’s National League.

“With 243 matches set to be on the platform this season it will provide hours of exciting action across both competitions in what promises to be another exciting season.

“As the COVID-19 restrictions continue, the revenue it will generate for the clubs is a key source of income and means supporters can continue to support their League of Ireland club in these difficult times whilst also providing supporters with an opportunity to follow their team from the comfort of their own home.”

The LOITV service will be broadcast via AI technology-based fixed cameras which have been installed in each stadium coupled with commentary and production features being delivered by each club.

Supporters can register for LOITV at

4 thoughts on “LOI TV launches for only €79 for 135 games

  1. I bought the half season for 59 as the full one for 79 was not available so can I upgrade any pay the diffference

    1. I think this is for the first division only. The €59 is for the premier league, but having said that, the €59 is only for half a season. ☹️

  2. This is very undatisfactory to people who have bought the season ticket for 59 Euros for a half season for the premier season.Why were both offers not put out together.I follow Shelbourne who are in the 1st division but bought the season ticket for the premier division as there wasn’t clarity if coverage of the first division was definitely going ahead.People who bought tickets for the 59 Euros for the Premier should be given an option of a reduced price for the first division.Thete wasn’t a great take up last season we were told for the the watch LOI this kind of shoddy business does not encourage one to buy tickets going forward.So come on FAI do something for the real fans of Irish football

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