Premier Division TV listings

Premier Division: At this time there is no football match being televised. You can check the history of previous televised matches

Friday, 11/11/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division Relegation
UCD AFC Waterford
  • LOITV
Friday, 04/11/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
St. Patricks Athetic Shelbourne FC
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Bohemians FC Sligo Rovers
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Derry City Dundalk
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
UCD AFC Shamrock Rovers
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Drogheda United Finn Harps
  • LOITV
Sunday, 30/10/2022
19:00
  • Premier Division
Shamrock Rovers Derry City
  • LOITV
  • RTÉ2
Saturday, 29/10/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Sligo Rovers St. Patricks Athetic
  • LOITV
Friday, 28/10/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Dundalk Bohemians FC
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Shelbourne FC Drogheda United
  • LOITV
20:00
  • Premier Division
Finn Harps UCD AFC
  • LOITV
Friday, 21/10/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Dundalk Sligo Rovers
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Bohemians FC Finn Harps
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Derry City Shelbourne FC
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
UCD AFC Drogheda United
  • LOITV
20:00
  • Premier Division
Shamrock Rovers St. Patricks Athetic
  • LOITV
  • RTÉ2
Sunday, 16/10/2022
17:00
  • Premier Division
Drogheda United Shamrock Rovers
  • LOITV
Saturday, 15/10/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Sligo Rovers Derry City
  • LOITV
Friday, 14/10/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
St. Patricks Athetic Bohemians FC
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Shelbourne FC UCD AFC
  • LOITV
20:00
  • Premier Division
Finn Harps Dundalk
  • LOITV
Sunday, 09/10/2022
17:00
  • Premier Division
Shamrock Rovers Shelbourne FC
  • LOITV
  • RTÉ2
Friday, 07/10/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Dundalk St. Patricks Athetic
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Bohemians FC Drogheda United
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Derry City Finn Harps
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
UCD AFC Sligo Rovers
  • LOITV
Saturday, 01/10/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Sligo Rovers Shamrock Rovers
  • LOITV
Friday, 30/09/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
St. Patricks Athetic Derry City
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Dundalk Drogheda United
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Bohemians FC UCD AFC
  • LOITV
20:00
  • Premier Division
Finn Harps Shelbourne FC
  • LOITV
Monday, 26/09/2022
20:00
  • Premier Division
Shamrock Rovers UCD AFC
  • LOITV
Saturday, 24/09/2022
16:00
  • Premier Division
Finn Harps Bohemians FC
  • LOITV
Thursday, 22/09/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Shelbourne FC Shamrock Rovers
  • LOITV
Sunday, 11/09/2022
20:00
  • Premier Division
Shamrock Rovers Finn Harps
  • LOITV
Friday, 09/09/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Derry City Bohemians FC
  • LOITV
  • RTÉ2
19:45
  • Premier Division
UCD AFC Dundalk
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Shelbourne FC Sligo Rovers
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Drogheda United St. Patricks Athetic
  • LOITV
Saturday, 03/09/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Sligo Rovers Drogheda United
  • LOITV
Friday, 02/09/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
St. Patricks Athetic Finn Harps
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Dundalk Shelbourne FC
  • RTÉ2
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Bohemians FC Shamrock Rovers
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Derry City UCD AFC
  • LOITV
Monday, 29/08/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
Bohemians FC St. Patricks Athetic
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Shelbourne FC Derry City
  • LOITV
19:45
  • Premier Division
Sligo Rovers Dundalk
  • LOITV
Friday, 19/08/2022
19:45
  • Premier Division
UCD AFC St. Patricks Athetic
  • LOITV
20:00
  • Premier Division
Shamrock Rovers Dundalk
  • LOITV
20:00
  • Premier Division
Finn Harps Sligo Rovers
  • LOITV
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At this time, there are no live televised Premier Division events but we show you a history with the TV guide of the last broadcast seen on television.

We will update this Premier Division agenda on TV when we receive confirmation from official media of the next live televised events of Premier Division.

Since the beginning of this website, 425 live televised events have been published.

The first event published was on 28 July 2017 and the channel that broadcast Premier Division matches the most times was LOITV with a total of 409.

The Premier Division is the highest division in the league system of the Republic of Ireland. It was founded in 1985, on the occasion of the reorganization of the main soccer competitions in the country. Starting in 2003, it began to develop during the spring and summer months rather than during the winter.

Ireland's top 10 teams are part of the first category. Each club faces its rivals twice, once in their stadium and another playing as a visitor, until completing the 18 established days. In case there is equality of points between two competitors, the criteria to break the tie are the difference in goals and the number of goals scored. The one with the highest score is crowned champion and gets a place in the qualifying rounds for access to the Champions League. The second and third classified enter the qualifying phase for the Europa Conference League. The last two go down in division. The penultimate player has to defend his place in a playoff for permanence.

Since its inception, nine teams have known what it's like to be crowned Premier Division champions. Dundalk, Shelbourne and Shamrock Rovers have done it more than five times. Between 2014 and 2019, the Lilywhites established a true dominance by conquering five of the six leagues played in that period of time.

The first edition of the competition was played in the 1985-86 season. It was attended by the four most important teams of the old League of Ireland (Bohemians, Shamrock Rovers, Shelbourne and Dundak) and another eight until reaching the figure of 12 participants. Shamrock Rovers were the first champions after scoring 33 points from 22 games. Galway United and Waterford United were the other two clubs to represent the Republic of Ireland in Europe the following year.

The 2020 Premier Division was disrupted for quite some time by COVID-19. The tournament kicked off on February 14, just a month before the outbreak of the pandemic in Europe. It was not until July 31 when it could be resumed. Shamrock Rovers was proclaimed the winner by signing 15 wins, three draws and 48 points at the end of 18 games. Bohemians, Dundalk and Sligo Rovers qualified for the qualifying rounds of the first Europa Conference League. Cork City dropped to finish last. Shelbourne fell in the playoff for maintaining the category and also fell to the second division.