If you’re looking for things to do and you’re a bit of a sports fan, then we’ve come up with a host of different sports which are played in Dublin throughout the year. There’s plenty to choose from, so whatever it is you’re in to, there’s something for everyone. Dublin is host to many of the big games and tournaments, so you couldn’t be better placed to catch some sophisticated play, in whichever sport it is you’re into.
With a team of 15 players each, Gaelic football is played on a rectangular pitch. It’s fun, and it’s very popular here in Ireland. You’ll be mad to miss it and if you’re a sports fan, and especially a football fan, this is the place to be.
If you love rugby, then you’ll love Irish rugby and you’ll find there’s a healthy love and respect for the game. There’s a variety of different rugby games, including tag and touch and disability and then of course there’s the various tournaments. Plenty to get your teeth into.
Football Association Ireland
Football is very popular here in Ireland and there’ll be some exciting tournaments here in Dublin throughout the summer. There’s great support for the home teams and a real community spirit, so get into football while you’re here in Dublin. There are matches with Slovakia, Norway, Czech Republic throughout April.
There’s a great love of cricket here in Ireland and especially in Dublin, probably more than you’d think, so if cricket is your thing, you should get yourself to a cricket pitch near where you are in Dublin and get to see some play. There are some great tournaments, with Ireland playing Bangladesh and New Zealand in May.
Golf is something that many Dubliners enjoy and there’s no reason why you can’t do the same while you’re here in Ireland. There are a lot of courses to choose from and you’ll be spoilt for choice, but with the beautiful views and friendly faces, you’ll be glad you went.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our post this week on things to do in Dublin if you love sport. We’ve chosen widely and we think you’ll see that there’s an awful lot for you to enjoy if you’re an avid sports fan. Enjoy!