With the entire sporting calendar decimated due to COVID-19, this decision by TG4 will be very welcome for anyone that's missing their GAA fix.
Following in the footsteps of FIFA after they opened their archive to show some classic World Cup matches, TG4 are also trawling through their vaults to bring some classic GAA matches to the public.
The broadcaster has announced that they'll be showing a number of classic GAA matches over the next month during the coronavirus shutdown.
To fill the GAA-shaped hole in our lives, they'll be showing 10 classic matches on their station over the rest of March and April.
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Their schedule starts this Sunday with the 2014 All-Ireland final between Tipperary and Kilkenny, more famously known as 'the Hawk Eye final' after a thrilling draw.
Elsewhere, some memorable encounters during the '90s such as the 1994 Ulster Football Championship clash between Derry and Down and the 1995 All-Ireland Hurling semi-final between Clare and Galway will be shown, too.
Dublin fans will also be delighted to know that their 2013 All-Ireland Final against Kerry is also in the schedule, just in case anyone forgets Stephen Cluxton's moment of glory.
Here's a full list of the upcoming live matches fans can see on TG4:
Sunday, March 22nd:
2014 All-Ireland Hurling final - Kilkenny v Tipperary, 2.45 pm
Sunday, March 29th:
1980 All-Ireland Hurling final - Limerick v Galway, 1.50 pm
Sunday, April 5th:
1990 All-Ireland Hurling final - Cork v Galway, 2.00 pm
2013 All-Ireland Football semi-final - Kerry v Dublin, 3.25 pm
Monday, April 6th:
2019 All-Ireland Hurling semi-final - Tipperary v Wexford, 8.00 pm
Sunday, April 12th:
2004 Munster Hurling final - Waterford v Cork, 2.00 pm
2012 All-Ireland Football final - Mayo v Donegal, 3.25 pm
Monday, April 13th:
2019 All Ireland Hurling semi-final - Kilkenny v Limerick, 7.45 pm
Sunday, April 19th:
1995 All-Ireland Hurling semi-final - Clare v Galway, 2.00 pm
2014 All-Ireland Football final - Donegal v Kerry, 3.35 pm
Monday, April 20th:
2019 All-Ireland Minor Football final - Cork v Galway, 8.00 pm