Where to Catch the Girls in Green’s World Cup Swan Song Against Nigeria’s ‘Super Falcons’

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The Republic of Ireland may be out of the Women’s World Cup, but they’ve gone down fighting on their first appearance on the global stage.

Two narrow defeats – to co-hosts Australia, and Olympic champions Canada – mean that a decent 3rd place in a difficult group, and a debut World Cup win, are the last things on the line.

During the group stages, we’ve consistently outlined some of the places to catch the games; and we’re not going to stop now – so here’s a quick recap ahead of Monday’s last fixture (11 am, Monday, July 31) against Nigeria’s ‘Super Falcons’:

Sky shops, Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Co DublinBlanchardstown
Mahon Point Shopping Centre, Cork

Sky (which sponsors the Irish team) has been screening the Ireland games at its stores around the country, including Dundrum Town Centre, Mahon Point Shopping Centre in Cork and Blanchardstown Centre. In-store festivities will continue, despite this being the last game.

Dalymount Park, Phibsborough, Dublin

Bohemian FC is showing the World Cup group stage games on a giant screen in front of the Jodi Stand at Dalymount Park. The family-friendly screenings have included everything from food trucks to colouring books for the kids.

Sport Ireland Indoor Arena, Blanchardstown

The largest live public screening event for the matches, with the biggest fan zone area. This one has proven a hit. Admission is free, but tickets must be obtained through the Eventbrite website.

Irishtown Stadium, Ringsend/Irishtown

Ireland and Shamrock Rovers starlet Abbie Larkin’s home suburb has been honouring the Girls in Green with live screenings of the matches on a massive LED screen in Irishtown Stadium – with kids/family entertainment pre and post-match. Why stop now?!

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