Copper Face Jacks is one of Dublin's best venues for watching sport, offering separate floors for dining, pubbing and clubbing, so your celebrations can go all night long. Why not kick off your evening with a few bevs in the beer garden before catching all the Sky Sports fixtures?
Where To Watch Sport In Dublin
Whatever your sport of choice may be, you're sure to find a bar in Dublin screening all the action. From giant 20ft screens in beer gardens for top football and rugby games, to sleek cocktail bars serving gastro dishes with a side of international sport, there's plenty to explore. Never miss a try, goal, hole in one or slam dunk ever again, with our recommendations of where to watch sport in Dublin.
The Grand Social is a hub for all things entertainment in Dublin. Boasting a large venue space, rooftop beer garden with retractable roof, cocktail bars and screens for match days, the venue really comes to life with lively revellers when large-scale footie or rugby games are being shown.
Bow Lane is the place for great craic and cocktails when a big game is on. Settle into the bar's stylish surroundings and lap up its menu of Irish fare while watching all the latest fixtures on one of the bars many Sky Sports screens, just keep an eye out for what they've got coming up.
Head to this stylish warehouse space on a match day and you can catch all the latest sporting fixtures across two restaurants, six bars and a night club to dance away the blues or celebrate a victory. With plenty on offer to keep you entertained, The Market Bar is a quirky place to watch sport in Dublin.
The Palace Bar is one of Dublin's most iconic pubs, with a long literary history and much of its original Victorian decor remaining in tact. Settle down with a Guinness or explore their impressive gin collection while catching all of the latest sport being screened across the venue.
A dedicated sports bar in Dublin, Buskers On The Ball is an essential venture for watching sport. As well as boasting the city's largest indoor video wall, the venue features five ping pong tables, four pool tables, one American pool table, shuffle board and foosball to keep you entertained between games.
Dishing up hearty gastro plates and handcrafted cocktails in luxurious surroundings, The Sin Bin is one cool bar to catch a game or two. Head to this stylish sports bar in The Mont Hotel and revel in Manhattan-inspired interiors with a few refreshments and all of the season's biggest matches.
One of Dublin's top sports bars, Dtwo is one of Harcourt Street's most popular destinations come match day. Boasting an incredible beer garden for live football, the venue's 20ft screen will ensure you never miss a moment of the biggest games, there's even frequent backyard BBQs to keep you fed.