Where To Watch GAA In Dublin

The Gaelic games are here and it's time to gear up for epic watch parties. Whether you're gearing up for hurling, football, rounders or camogie, we've rounded up the best bars to watch the GAA in Dublin, from lively pubs to beer gardens. Enjoy refreshing pints and munching on burgers while catching all the sports action from huge HD screens.

Last updated on 14th April 2022




The Swan

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One of the best bars showing the GAA in Dublin, The Swan knows a thing or two about fun sports watching. At the traditional Irish boozer, you and the gang can enjoy freshly-pulled pints, alongside good company and super friendly staff. 

If you're looking to watch Gaelic football in Dublin, check out Dtwo. Known for being a party bar first, this Harcourt Street bar has over 20 screens broadcasting the big matches, as well as a beer garden, live DJs and delish grub to keep the buzz going.

Not only is this interactive sports bar the perfect place to try your hand at ping pong, pool table, shuffleboard and foosball, but it's also home to some cracking cocktails and craft beers. Let Buskers On The Ball entertain you with an epic indoor video wall showing the GAA games.

From snooker and cricket to horse racing and football, The Bleeding Horse screens a wealth of sports making for one of the best GAA pubs in Dublin. You can count on a slew of beer, wine and a menu filled with sticky wings and Irish breakfasts to keep you going.

A top-notch place for both food and drink, Bison Bar is great for watching every minute of the GAA, from football to hurling and handball. Munch on scrumptious stacked burgers while sipping a pint and (potentially) shouting at its huge screen.