The countdown is on for Ireland’s first match against Sweden on 13th June! Don’t worry if you can’t be there NRC Taxis have you covered! It’s going to be a nail biter – so here’s a list of the best places to watch the big group matches #Coybig
- Monday 13 June: Ireland vs. Sweden – Stade de France, Paris
- Saturday 18 June: Ireland vs. Belgium – Bordeaux
- Wednesday 22nd June: Ireland vs. Italy – Lillie
- Trinity Bar
With three HD projectors and 14 ultra HD TV’s to watch all sporting events, it’s the perfect spot to watch the EUROs. Also serving food and worth checking out their special food deals! This bar is right between Temple Bar and Georges Street so can’t get more central than that!
- The River Bar
The River Bar on Burgh Quay right beside O’Connell Street is a fantastic sports bar offering up sports on stunning high definition TV screens! With all the sports channels you won’t miss a second of the EUROs. And ask about the special food deals also!
- The Living Room
With one of the biggest screens for live sport in Dublin as well as many 60″ HD ready Plasma TVs The Living Room is the place to watch the EUROs! And with their fab beer garden – you can stay here all day and night!
According to Murrays they boast Europe’s only 2 stunning 3d big screens so worth checking out! It gets crowded so get there early!
Head to Sinnots Bar on South King Street to watch all the sports you ever wanted. With 14 large screens throughout the Bar with a state of the art audio visual system – it’s the place to watch sports! Right beside St Stephens Green this is a busy spot at the weekend so get there early if you want a seat!
- Porterhouse Central
Located on Nassau Street at the bottom of Grafton Street with access off Adam Court. Porterhouse Central Dublin is seriously long and with huge screens – what more do you want?!
- Church Bar
Enjoy a pint and watch the EUROs in the spectacular setting of the Church Cafe Bar! Order your favourite tipple or sample their award winning food and relax in the Church Bar!
- D2 Dublin, Bar, Garden and Nightclub
D2, one of Dublin’s leading sports bars can broadcast all sporting matches over 20 screens not to mention their monster 20ft screen located in the Beer Garden. So you can watch the match while enjoying the sunshine!
- The Bridge 1859
The Bridge 1859 is owned by popular Dublin publican Noel Anderson and Irish Rugby royalty Rob and Dave Kearney, Jamie Heaslip and Sean O’Brien so you’ll never miss a rugby match in this bar!
- The Goat
A great sporting pub on Dublin’s southisde. What makes the Goat extra special is the wonderful food, the family atmosphere and the service.
- The Bleeding Horse
The Bleeding Horse have TVs outside so as you can sit with a drink in the summer shade, watch the match, talk to your smoking friends and not have to worry about being inside. Quality spot with loud commentary and solid bar food.
- The WoolShed
This is a real sports bar with loads of TVs, huge screens, jugs of beer and the mixed nationality crowd means an incredible atmosphere. The highlight has to be the terraced seating but it gets super busy so get here early.