The GAA is home to the greatest amateur sporting spectacles in the world. Whether it's football, hurling or camogie few things beat a big game at Croke Park. If you're not able to make it to Dublin, you'll be needing a pub showing it, that's where we come in. Thankfully there are thousands of smashing sports pubs and bars that specialise in showing Irish Sport on TV. Below you will find a list of the best pubs showing GAA. Click on their profile to find out more about them and see what specific matches they will be showing in the coming weeks.
Pubs & Bars
Southwest London's finest Irish pub is a good a fine, fine pub. Enjoying over 150 years of service this boozer has two whopping great projectors and five screens to enjoy the action on. The Alex is ram packed during the Six Nations without fail and also draws decent crowds for GAA and Hurling.
Philomena's Irish Sports Bar & Kitchen
Philomena's is a huge favourite in central London. The secret to their popularity is their buzzing atmosphere and the fact that they have four sky boxes meaning they can have four different sports on at once. Decent food, some decent beer and super friendly staff make this a cracking place to head whenever Ireland are playing on the box.
Down in Fulham, McGettigans is always a hive of activity when London Irish are playing on TV. They're big fans of Gaelic footy here as well, making it well worth a visit during the GAA finals.
Oxford Arms Camden
This family run pub is very popular locally and plays some of the more niche Irish offering. For example if you're after a bit of hurling or say some action from the Setanta Cup, check the Oxford Arms' listings and head down. They've five screens in the main bar and are always busy on weekends. Head down early to avoid disappointment!
Raglan Road Irish Bar
Nottingham's favourite Irish bar and club venue. Sport on TV - check. Traditional Irish music nights - check. Less traditional music nights (Irish reggae?!) - CHECK. The Raglan's a real institution, well worth a visit!
The Sheephaven Bay
The Sheephaven Bay shows all Gaelic sport as a priority! They've seating for over 100 people meaning you can always watch the game in comfort whilst enjoying delightful food from our extensive menu. Noted for their fine Guinness, they stock a wide range of products from the Emerald Isle, giving you that home from home feel. With live Irish music every Friday night and all the sporting action shown on 7 plasma screens, The Sheephaven has a true Irish feel!
The Four Provinces
Whether it's Celtic, rugby union or GAA you're after, the Four P's in Coventry is an Irish institution. Well worth a visit if you're dying for a decent drop and somewhere to watch the game in the Midlands.
O'Neills Grand Central
The Old Hat
The Twelve Pins
Cracking old Irish pub in Finsbury Park. After the Arsenal, Gaelic sports get next top billing with GAA regularly showing on their multitude of screens.
O'Tooles GAA Bar
There's no better crowd to watch GAA on T.V with than GAA players. Whether it's hurling or football on, the homely vibe that this place gives off will charm the pants off you.
Parnells GAA Clubhouse & Bar
This modern bar, overlooking the large grounds on which it sits, boasts multiple widescreens and loads of comfy seating. It also serves up some top-notch food for when hunger bites.
Naomh Barrog CLG
A massive open-plan space which is perfect for fostering that big game energy. The atmosphere in this place is second to none and there is loads of seating so you can always find a space.
This charming, classic old pub has lots of little corners for those seeking some privacy. But rest assured, as quaint as it looks, on gameday the atmosphere inside the place really ramps up.
The 51 Bar
A cosy oldie-worlde haunt that's been a firm favourite of GAA fans for years.
The Dubliner Irish Pub
This traditional Irish pub is the perfect place to watch a GAA match. There's plenty of space to stretch out and they serve up some of the best food in town.