Superbowl in Dublin 2020: Where to watch the big game

By Eli Romary / January 31, 2020
Superbowl Dublin

Ah, Sunday. A day of rest, getting ready for the week, and of course staying up until 4am to watch two American football teams battle it out for a big trophy, a championship ring, and a trip to Disney World. That’s right: It’s almost time for Super Bowl Sunday. And there’s no better way to enjoy the Superbowl than enjoying the Superbowl in Dublin.

American football is always a subject of confusion for most non-Americans. Everyone always asks: “Why is it called football if their feet never touch the ball?” or “Who is Tom Brady? Why do we care?” I can’t offer the answer to the first question, and as for the second, all I can say is, he’s not in this one, so don’t worry about it.

Whether you’re a hardcore American Football fan, curious to see what all the fuss is about, or looking for an excuse to drink beer and eat hamburgers and watch Shakira and JLo until the wee hours of the morning, here are the best places in Dublin to watch Superbowl 54: Kansas City Chiefs vs. The San Francisco 49ers.

1. UCD American Football Club Superbowl Sunday

Where: DTwo Harcourt Street

60 Harcourt Street

D02 P902 Dublin 2

When: 9:30pm

Tickets: €7 advanced, €10 on the door

Get tickets here.

Join the UCD American Football Club at DTwo for their biggest Superbowl party yet! The game will be shown on a mega 20 foot screen and on 20 additional screens. The party starts at 9:30pm with all-American snacks like hot dogs, wings, burgers, and donuts. Also check out the drink special: €20 for five bottles of Rockshore or Budweiser. There’s also a chance to win two tickets for a game in the NFL London International Series! Come on over and celebrate, and maybe play a game of beer pong or two on the heated terrace!

2. Dublin Rebels Annual Super Bowl Party

Where: The Odeon

57 Old Harcourt Street Railway Station

Harcourt Street

Dublin 2

When: 8pm

Tickets: €10

Get your tickets here!

This is Ireland’s biggest and longest Superbowl Party! The Odeon will be transformed into a sports bar, with truckloads of flat screen TVs and massive cinema screens. Tailgating kicks off at 8pm and there will be a live DJ, great food, drinks promotions, and competitions! There is also a chance to win two tickets to go to Superbowl 55 in 2021! Every ticket includes a raffle entry, with a chance to enter again the night of the party.

3. Buskers on the Ball

Where: Buskers on the Ball

13-17 Fleet Street

D02 WD51 Dublin

When: 11:30pm (Kickoff Time)

Tickers: FREE

Register here.

Come watch one of the biggest (American) sporting events of the year across 20 screens at this award winning venue. Admission is free!

4. Superbowl Sunday at the Well

Where: The Well

130 St Stephen’s Green

D02 K597 Dublin 2

When: 10pm

Tickets: FREE

Register here.

Come celebrate Superbowl 54, which rings in the 100th anniversary of the NFL at The Well on St Stephen’s Green! Entry is free with a DJ, drinks promos, pizza, snacks, and the big game on the big screens! Also enjoy € 15 pitchers of beer and € 20 bag of 5 cans deals. The party starts at 10pm for the 11:30pm kickoff!

19+ Only!

American dress encouraged!

5. Superbowl 2020 at the Camden

Where: The Camden 

84-87 Camden Street Lower

D02 DH36 Dublin 2

When: 6:30pm with last entry at 9:30pm

Tickets: €10

Get tickets here.

Come watch Superbowl 54 at the Camden! Whether it’s to cheer on your favorite team or boogie down at the halftime show, this Superbowl party has got you covered. Limited tickets are available, so book yours now!

All guests will be required to show a valid photo ID. 23+ only!

6. Superbowl Party – Woolshed Baa

Where: Woolshed Baa and Grill

Parnell Centre, Parnell Street

Dublin, D015KNB

When: 9pm

Tickets: FREE

No registration required.

Come out and enjoy free entry, drink specials, cheerleaders, a DJ, and food served until 1am at the Woolshed Baa and Grill! The night gets started at 9pm with a meet and greet with former Philadelphia Eagles Player and Sky Sports american football pundit, Cecil Martin until 10. There is no cover charge and no entry ticket required. However, the Baa is not taking reservations, so tables are available on a first come, first serve basis. Get there early!

How are you celebrating the Superbowl? What’s your most burning question about American Football? Let us know in the comments!

While you’re at it, check out some other late night bars in Dublin to enjoy the big game!

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