This year's All-Ireland football final is set for the big screen

Miss out on tickets? Never fear.

Former Dublin captain Bryan Cullen at today's launch at the Point Village.
Former Dublin captain Bryan Cullen at today's launch at the Point Village.
Image: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

FOR THE FOURTH year running, fans who are unable to get their hands on tickets for the All-Ireland football championship final can still experience the big-match atmosphere.

The ODEON cinema group have once again announced they will screen Kerry’s showdown with Dublin at Croke Park in ten of their venues across the country – and entry is free.

Tickets are now available to order online and the pre-match coverage begins at 3pm, half an hour before throw-in at HQ on Sunday 20 September.

It follows the successful screening of last weekend’s hurling final between Kilkenny and Galway.

While there are four cinemas in the capital for Dublin fans to spend the afternoon, Kerry supporters will have to travel 113km if they want to take advantage of this cinematic experience.

Participating venues:

  • Blanchardstown
  • Point Village
  • Coolock
  • Stillorgan
  • Cavan
  • Limerick
  • Waterford
  • Naas
  • Newbridge
  • Portlaoise 

Tickets are available here but are limited to one family pass per person.

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