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How to livestream Galway United v UCD

Galway United will be livestreaming their away game against University College Dublin from the UCD Bowl next Monday, September 7.

After a successful start to John Caulfield’s time as Manager of Galway United against Athlone Town on Friday night, with the Galway side coming out on top 4 -1, United’s next game will be against UCD in Dublin on Monday night, kicking off at 7:45pm.

Galway United season ticket holders and season streaming pass holders will receive an e-mail with their code to access the stream for FREE the day before the game as usual.

If there’s no code there, then contact the club to update your e-mail address at info@galwayunitedfc.ie – Make sure to include your full name and season ticket number in the e-mail.

Non-season ticket holders and supporters of other clubs may also access the live stream by making a donation to the club of €5 per match.

For all who want to pay to watch the match live, the club has issued the following instructions:

  1. LICK ON THIS LINK TO VIEW THE LIVE STREAM: https://iframe.dacast.com/b/177745/c/563324
  2. Click the “BUY” button.
  3. You must now click “Sign Up” and create an account for yourself with the streaming website. Then click “register”. If you already have registered then simply sign into your account.
  4. Select the Pay Per View option that applies to you.
  5. You can now link your credit/debit card to your account or alternatively if you select the PayPal option at the top of the screen you can link/setup a PayPal account instead.
  6. You must register a debit/credit card or link a PayPal account to access the stream.
  7. Once all of these steps are completed you should automatically be connected to the live stream, which will be activated a short time before kick-off.

Be aware that the stream to the match will only be activated a short time before kick off (usually 30 minutes) so DO NOT attempt to log in prior to this.

Only one login can be used on one device at any one time. As such, if another person uses your login on another device, it will log out anyone else on that account automatically.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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