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10 Of The Best Places In Dublin To Watch The World Cup

10 Of The Best Places In Dublin To Watch The World Cup

With the World Cup starting tomorrow, we here at College Times thought we would research some of the best places to watch the games, so you don't have to worry about anything else other than enjoying the football with a beer. And with all of the games on in the evening this year because of the time difference, there's really no excuse not to go out and enjoy yourself.

1. Dtwo, Harcourt St.

Dtwo is always the one of the best places to go for any big sporting event, and the World Cup is no different, especially with the 20ft screen set up for the duration of the competition.Dtwo is the official World Cup 2014 venue in Dublin! The best sports bar in Dublin is showing all 64 live matches from Brazil...

 

2. The Living Room, Cathal Brugha St.

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Unlike Dtwo, The Living Room has a big screen set up in their beer garden all year round, and it is just the thing to enjoy the World Cup on and sit with a cold beer in the evening.

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3. Trinity Bar & Venue, Dame St.

Located on Dame St., the location of Trinity Bar is dead handy to get to, and with 2 giant screens and 12 plasma TVs, you're guaranteed to get a great view of all of the action.

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4. Sinnott's Bar, South King St.

Always a great atmosphere in this pub for any sporting event, and of course there's loads of screens all over the place to see all of the live matches.

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5. Woolshed Baa & Grill, Parnell St.

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Next to cineworld, this Aussie-themed sports bar is great for any sporting occasion, with not one, not two, but three giant screens, plus all the plasma TVs you could ever want.

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6. Murray's Bar, O'Connell St.

With a similiar outdoor screen as The Living Room, and special food deals for sporting events, you could do worse than go here for any match during the World Cup.

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7. Fitzsimons, Temple Bar

A big tourist spot, it's sure to be a bit of craic during the World Cup, especially if you find a native of one of the countries playing.

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8. Dicey's Bar, Harcourt St.

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Tuesday night is Brazilian night in Dicey's, so where better to watch a World Cup that's actually being held in Brazil?

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9. McGowan's Pub, Phibsboro

Another of Dublin's sports-mad bars, you could walk in there any night of the week and find some random sport on the TVs.

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10. Copper Faced Jack's

Because where else are you going to watch Ivory Coast vs. Japan at 2am this Sunday?

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David Sweeney
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David has the most relevant qualifications of all of the writers at CollegeTimes, having just completed 3 years of an Electrical Engineering degree in UCD.

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