Are you looking for the best way to watch Ireland’s first game vs Australia in the World Cup? Well, be sure to check out the Ultimate Viewing Experience in Fingal.
The FAI ‘Women’s Watch Party’ is the largest viewing party in Ireland, set to take place on Thursday, July 20 at the Sport Ireland Indoor Arena, Blanchardstown.
Fingal Sports Office welcome Fingal fans to enjoy an unparalleled experience as they come together to support Team Ireland in their crucial World Cup match against Australia.
“We are incredibly excited to host the Women’s World Cup Watch Party to support Ireland,” said AnnMarie Farrelly, CE of Fingal County Council.
“This event is a testament to our commitment to women’s football within the community and the incredible achievements of Team Ireland. It’s an opportunity for fans to unite and celebrate the sport we love while cheering on our national team.”
This is a free ticketed event and tickets must be booked on Eventbrite. Doors will open at 9:30 am. With limited tickets available, attendees can expect an exclusive and immersive experience but book early to secure tickets.
Attendees can also have the chance to showcase their creativity and unwavering support for Team Ireland by participating in the “best-dressed super fan” competition. Prizes include a signed Ireland jersey. But the excitement doesn’t end with the game! Fingal’s FAI Women’s Watch Party has curated a range of pre and post-match activities to keep the energy high.
Tickets for Fingal’s FAI Women’s Watch Party are available at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/family-womens-world-cup-watch-party-australia-v-ireland-opening-game-tickets-663787094067
Feature photo: Diane Caldwell from Balbriggan and Izzy Atkinson from Rush launch the Watch Party with Mayor of Fingal Cllr Adrian Henchy
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