Sports Bars and Pubs in Limerick

This page contains a fully searchable list of Limerick bars which show sport. Find the bar that best suits your sporting needs whether you want multiple screens or a beer garden. Click on the pubs' profile to see what they have to offer. Find your nearest sports bars for hurling matches with FANZO.

Best sports bars and pubs in Limerick

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Timmy Martin's Bar

4.8

0.1 km Limerick

Traditional public house, all sporting events shown on TV and all parties catered for.

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The Ferrybridge Clarina

0.1 km Limerick

Call in for a pint, craic and a bit of sport

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Hunters Sports Bar

4.6

0.2 km Limerick

Huge Sports Bar in Limerick City, Great Food, Great Pints, Pool Tables and Darts

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Brendan O Briens Pub

4.3

0.2 km Limerick | €€

Lovely local in the heart of Limerick city showing a wide range of sport

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The Red Hen Bar

4.4

0.2 km Limerick | €€

We're always delighted to welcome new friends to Limerick's friendliest watering hole, where you get to experience a wonderful atmosphere of a Limerick bar. Here at the hen, we're all about catering for all tastes and all occasions, be that a quick coffee int he morning, lunch with friends or celebrating with cocktails late at night, this Limerick bar aims to accommodate for any situation.

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The Glen Tavern

4.5

0.3 km Limerick | €

A warm welcome awaits you in The Glen Tavern from Ger Callanan and all his team. The Callanan family can trace their history in the hospitality industry back to the early 1930s from Thurles in Co Tipperary. Three generation of the family, now help to run The Glen Tavern. The building dates back to 1760s, and forms part of Limerick’s Georgian Quarter. Edmund Sexton Pery owned the land on the southern side of the Shannon away from the older medieval part of the city. In 1765 he commissioned the engineer and architect Davis Dukart, to design a town plan for the area, in the new Georgian architectal style. The area will later be known as Newtown Pery, which occupies much of the current city centre.