22 Feb 2021

The ‘Big Two’ kick-off March’s series of live Danske Bank Premiership games on BBC Sport NI with a total of nine live matches over the month.

Glentoran host current leaders Linfield on Tuesday 2 March for the first streamed game before the round of weekend games sees Glentoran travelling to Carrick Rangers on the Friday night (March 5) for the 7.30pm kick-off. Larne, currently three points off the top, are away to Ballymena United for the 5.30pm game on Saturday (March 6) at the Showgrounds.

Portadown host Glenavon on Tuesday night (March 9) before third plays fourth on Friday night (March 12) with Crusaders away to Coleraine for the 7.30pm kick-off. Crusaders will be back in action the following Friday night (March 19) for the live TV game as they host Linfield for the 7.45pm kick-off at Seaview. On Saturday (March 20), Warrenpoint Town host Ballymena United for the 5.30pm game.

The last Saturday of the month (March 27) sees Linfield travel to Portadown who are one of three clubs equal on points at the bottom of the Premiership before Coleraine and Larne complete March’s round of games on Tuesday night (March 30) for the live streamed game at 7.30pm.

The live streamed games are available on the BBC Sport NI website and on BBC iPlayer.


Live Danske Bank Premiership Broadcasts in March 2021

  • Tuesday 2 March - Glentoran v Linfield (kick-off: 7.30pm) - Live-stream
  • Friday 5 March - Carrick Rangers v Glentoran (kick-off: 7.30pm) - Live-stream
  • Saturday 6 March - Ballymena United v Larne (kick-off: 5.30pm) - Live-stream
  • Tuesday 9 March - Portadown v Glenavon (kick-off: 7.30pm) - Live-stream
  • Friday 12 March - Coleraine v Crusaders (kick-off: 7.30pm) - Live-stream
  • Friday 19 March - Crusaders v Linfield (kick-off: 7.45pm) - TV
  • Saturday 20 March - Warrenpoint Town v Ballymena United (kick-off: 5.30pm) - Live-stream
  • Saturday 27 March - Portadown v Linfield (kick-off: 5.30pm) - Live-stream
  • Tuesday 30 March - Coleraine v Larne (kick-off: 7.30pm) - Live-stream