Where To Watch The 2018 GAA Finals In London
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For a home from home experience of the GAA finals this year, keep this list in mind when seeking out where to watch the all Ireland finals in London. With the Hurling Final between Clare and Cork on Sunday 8th September, this is soon followed by the Gaelic Football Final between Dublin and Mayo on Sunday 22nd September. Serving up traditioinal Irish dishes with a side of good craic, we've covered the best recommended bars to watch the GAA finals in London.
Last updated on 2nd January 2018
As a cosy Irish drinking hole, this is exactly where to watch the all-Ireland final in London. Set across a labyrinth of floors, Waxy O'Connors boasts six different drinking areas, all with a unique vibe and atmosphere, this London bar is well suited to any situation - and is a must visit if wondering where to watch the GAA finals in London. Book a table now to secure your place and avoid the rush.
Decked out in deep red upholstery and a selection of items from around the world, this Clapham pub is always packed out whenever a major sporting event is on - and the all-Ireland finals should be no different. As a favourite among local punters, this is one of the most popular pubs to watch the GAA finals in London. Look forward to cheap pints and a selection of traditional pub dishes and sharing plates to enjoy during the game. There should be no question why this is on our list of where to watch the GAA finals in London
This Fulham pub knows how to cater for its guests, day and night. As a popular choice for where to watch the GAA finals in London, this South London pub serves food throughout the day with showings of all the important matches and live music every other Friday from 9.30pm. Be sure to get there early so as to secure your spot at this ever popular pub to watch the GAA finals in London.
London's largest pub welcomes the GAA Finals this year; split over 3 different levels it is still cute and cosy with the top level being spacious with a vast seating area and somewhere you can chill with your mates. Kick back and enjoy a pint of Porterhouse's finest Guiness and cheer on some amazing Irish sport!
For a home from home experience in the centre of the city, head to O'Neill's Irish Pub and Kitchen on Carnaby Street to watch the all-Ireland finals over a hearty lunch and a pint of Guinness. An obvious choice when deciding where to watch the GAA Finals in London.