There is live coverage of football, hurling and ladies football as well as the Fitzgibbon Cup final this weekend.
A place in the All-Ireland final against Corofin is up for grabs when Nemo Rangers and Slaughtneil meet in the second All-Ireland club SFC semi-final, with coverage on TG4 this Saturday.
The Irish language station has live coverage on their website and Youtube channel of the Fitzgibbon Cup decider between DCU and UL.
eir Sports has a double bill from MacHale Park as Mayo host Dublin in both the Lidl Ladies FL and the Allianz FL, the latter being a repeat of last year's All-Ireland SFC final.
Also on the subscription channel is the Ulster derby between Monaghan and Tyrone.
On Sunday TG4 is broadcasting the Kilkenny v Tipperary HL tie live plus has deferred coverage of Kerry v Galway in the Allianz FL and the hurling clash, Cork v Waterford.
Allianz League Sunday is on at 9.30pm on RTE2 while Monday evening sees TG4 show highlights of the weekend's action on GAA 2018 at 8pm
Saturday 24 February
TG4, 4pm, Nemo Rangers v Slaughtneil, All-Ireland club SFC semi-final (Throw-in 4.30pm)
TG4.ie, 2.55pm, DCU v UL, Fitzgibbon Cup final (Throw-in 3pm) Link
eir Sports 1, 4.45pm, Mayo v Dublin, Lidl Ladies FL Division 1 (Throw-in 5pm)
eir Sports 2, 6pm, Mayo v Dublin, Allianz FL Division 1 (Throw-in 7pm)
eir Sports 1, 6.30pm, Monaghan v Tyrone, Allianz FL Division 1 (Throw-in 7pm)
Sunday 25 February
TG4, 1.30pm, Kilkenny v Tipperary, Allianz HL Division 1A (Throw-in 2pm)
TG4, 3.40pm, Kerry v Galway, Allianz FL Division 1 (Deferred coverage)
TG4, 5.10pm, Cork v Waterford, Allianz HL Division 1A (Deferred coverage)
RTE2, 9.30pm, Allianz League Sunday
Michael Lyster is joined by Ciaran Whelan, Henry Shefflin and Michael Duignan for highlights and analysis of the weekend's Allianz League action.
Monday 26 February
TG4, 8pm, GAA 2018
Weekly GAA highlights series with action this evening from the 4th round of the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues including Mayo v Dublin, Monaghan v Tyrone, Kerry v Galway, Donegal v Kildare, Kilkenny v Tipperary, Wexford v Clare and Cork v Waterford.