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  • 14-03-2018 10:29am
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    Closed Accounts Posts: 2,743 ✭✭✭ Heres Johnny


    For the first time ever I've been let down by my club for tickets but I have flights and hotel booked and I'm going. Unlikely to get a ticket from another source now at this stage, so I'm resigned to watching it on a tv screen.

    Is there anything organised like a fanzone etc....
    Some spot to gather on St Patrick's day with my fellow Irish and of course opposition English fans to enjoy the game in good atmospheres and a bit of craic.

    Or just a really good pub with big screens anyone can recommend??


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  • Registered Users Posts: 3,236 ✭✭✭ Dr. Kenneth Noisewater


    Yes, there's a fanzone at Twickenham. Have a look at the link, it's open to non ticketholders too. https://www.twickenhamexperience.com/west-fan-village

    If you decide not to bother heading out there, there's a decent Irish pub called Philomena's in Covent Garden which has plenty of screens and will get both Irish and English in watching the game, I was there for Ireland v England before and there was a good atmosphere.


  • Registered Users Posts: 3,512 ✭✭✭ Irish Gunner


    Heading over myself and heading to Richmond area for pre atmosphere and going to a pub called Cabbage Patch and depending on the weather may go up to the fan zone. Depending on result may hang around or head uptown to waxy o Connors. So many Irish pubs in London sure to stumble into one or two before heading back for sleep:D


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