Fans of the cinema, GAA and Gaelic football will be delighted to see all their favourite things combined. Odeon is screening the All Ireland GAA Football Final this Sunday, 2nd of September in three of their Dublin-based cinemas.

The Odeon cinemas in Coolock, Stillorgan and Charlestown are where you can catch the game with the pre-match coverage kicking off at 3pm while the throw in between Dublin and Tyrone starts at 3.30pm.

Best of all, entry is absolutely free! Seats will be allocated on a first come first serve basis so be prompt to avoid disappointment.

If you’re not heading to Croke Park to see the match, then seeing it on the big screen in Odeon Coolock, Stillorgan or Charlestown is a pretty good substitute. Could the Dubs make it 4-in-a-row, or will Mickey Harte’s men cause an upset and claim their first All-Ireland title since 2008?

Paul Wren, Commercial Manager for ODEON Ireland said “If you’re not going to be at Croke Park cheering on the Dubs or Tyrone. We think the next best place to watch the match will be in one of the three ODEON cinemas screening this clash of the counties.”