What do you want to watch?
Welcome to the wonderfully enchanted city of Cork where the most favoured pastime is watching sport on T.V in the pub. Whether you’re a tourist desperate to see the big match back home or a local looking for somewhere showing your team’s big game, there are few better places than this to meet like-minded sports fans and enjoy the action. Our handy pub-finder tells you where you can watch it all, from the GAA to golf, soccer to boxing and everything in between.
Want to know more about a particular pub? Click on their profile to see what it looks, find out exactly which games their showing and see whether they’ve got any extra cool little features like a pool table.
Cork has an illustrious sporting heritage. They are the only county to have won both GAA All-Ireland titles at least seven times. Soccer is also a serious business and the locals are rightly proud of their beloved Cork City FC.
Here at FANZO, we want to make it as easy as possible for you find great pubs showing all this quality action. It is for this reason that we have looked at our exhaustive list of pubs showing sport in Cork and curated a list of the very best, the creme de la creme, if you will. Here goes…
Pubs & Bars
The Beer Garden
Boasting no fewer than eight screens including a 75" widescreen whopper, this pub is without a doubt one of the best places in town to watch sport. The kitchen, serving smashing Irish fare, is open seven days a week.
The Woolshed Baa & Grill
Shows every sporting event you could think of from cycling to soccer, golf to the GAA. Always delivers a buzzing atmosphere and they also have an awesome old-style arcade so you can wave goodbye to the half time boredom.
Expect five HD widescreens including a projector. This place really packs a punch. Families and pets are welcome so everyone can soak up the craic and enjoy the sporting action.
The Rising Sons
With eight 50" HD widescreens as well as one of the biggest screens in all of Cork, this pub is an absolute must-see for anybody visiting the city and anybody with an interest in sports. It even has a handful of screens out back in the beer garden so you can enjoy those mesmeric summer tournaments outside.
The Washington Inn
Playing the commentary nice and loud for all to hear is what this place is all about. Based right in the centre of town, you can bank on catching a good view of the game on one of numerous screens including a large projector.