BBC have announced an improved broadcast coverage of the Ulster Senior Football Championship in the coming weeks.
This year fans can watch all eight games from the Ulster Senior Football Championship in full. Four games will be shown live and deferred coverage of the other four ties will be broadcast later.
The live games will be Antrim v Tyrone/ Derry on Saturday 25 May, Fermanagh v Donegal on Sunday 26 May, the semi- final on Saturday 8 June and the final on Sunday 23 June.
The deferred games will be Tyrone v Derry on Sunday 12 May, Cavan v Monaghan on Saturday 18 May, Down v Armagh on Sunday 19 May and the other semi- final on Sunday 2 June.
There will be live commentary of all games in the Ulster Championship on bbc.co.uk/sportni – available on a range of platforms and devices including smart phone and tablet devices – on radio and online. There will also be live commentary of Ulster teams in the qualifiers and the All-Ireland stages.
Once again this year, the live and deferred Ulster Championship games broadcast by BBC NI can be viewed again on the BBC iPlayer – on desktop, mobile or tablet devices and on smart TVs. Matches will be available to view from 9am on the following Tuesday morning.
Fans can also keep across all the action with live text reports of all the games in the Ulster Championship, first class reaction, features, analysis and match reports across BBC Sport NI’s online services and social media channels and BBC News NI services. Listeners can send their comments and views during the radio programme by texting in on 81771 and they can follow all the action on Facebook and Twitter; @BBSPORTNI and @bbcchampionship