Martin O’Neill to appear on TV3 for Euro 2016 final

RTÉ and TV3 will both broadcast the European Championship final on Sunday night so Irish viewers can choose which panel they want to watch for the tournament finale.

TV3 have given their show a significant boost this afternoon with the announcement that Martin O’Neill will be their guest on the night.

His assistant Roy Keane was on ITV last night, but it will be the Republic of Ireland manager’s first studio appearance since the boys in green’s tournament ended in defeat to France.

The station promise that O’Neill will give his considered verdict on Ireland’s rollercoaster campaign in France as well as his hopes and plans for the World Cup Qualifiers.

Martin O’Neill to appear on TV3 for Euro 2016 final

TV3’s coverage of the match kicks off at 6pm on Sunday with in-depth review of the finals and Ireland’s performance with Martin O’Neill followed by all build up from Stade de France.

Neil Lennon and Kevin Kilbane, will also provide their analysis while Keith Andrews joins Trevor Welch on commentary duty in Saint Denis.

RTÉ’s coverage, presented by Darragh Moloney, starts at 6.30pm on RTÉ 2. George Hamilton and Jim Beglin provide the commentary, with analysis from John Giles, Liam Brady and Eamon Dunphy.

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