Here's how and where you can watch the 2022 Lidl National League semi-finals

The 2022 Lidl National League Finalists will be decided over the weekend – with all eight semi-finals across the four Divisions down for decision.

On Saturday, March 19, there’s a Division 1 double-header down for decision at St Tiernach’s Park, Clones, as Dublin take on Donegal at 1pm, followed by the meeting of Mayo and Meath at 3pm.

Both games will be available to view live on TG4 by tuning in on linear TV or by accessing them HERE. 

Also on Saturday, there’s a Division 2 semi-final between Armagh and Laois (2pm), followed by five games on Sunday.

Kerry take on Monaghan in the other Division 2 semi-final (2pm), while in the Division 3 semi-finals it’s Kildare against Roscommon (1pm) and Down taking on Wexford (3pm) in a Parnell Park double-header.

And in Division 4, it’s Fermanagh up against Limerick (2pm) and Leitrim pitting their wits against Offaly (4pm) in a semi-final double header in Kinnegad.

The semi-finals in Divisions 2, 3 and 4 are all available to view by accessing the LGFA’s subscription streaming service. Click HERE to choose your game(s).

For any queries, please visit the InPlayer Support Centre:

You can also follow your team’s progress through the Lidl National Leagues by downloading our wallchart. Click HERE. 

You can check out our match previews by clicking HERE, and if you wish to access team sheets for Sunday’s games, please click HERE.

If you’re planning to attend the games, latest ticket information is available by clicking HERE. 

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