Three ODEON cinemas will be showing the All-Ireland on the big screen for free this weekend
Watch the match on the biggest screen possible.
We imagine all eyes will be on Croke Park this weekend, as Dublin and Tyrone will be going head-to-head for the All-Ireland final on Sunday 3 September.
We'll get to see whether or not the Dubs can make it four-in-a-row, or if Mickey Harte’s men cause an upset and claim their first All-Ireland title since 2008, but unfortunately, not everyone managed to land tickets to see the game live in the stadium.
And maybe you don't like your TV at home, because it is too small, but you still want to experience the grandeur of the game? Well, we've got the solution for you!
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."
The three Dublin branches of the cinema that will be showing the match are Coolock, Stillorgan, and Charlestown.
The pre-match coverage will begin in the screen at 3pm, before the 3.30pm kick-off for the game itself.
Entry for the game will be free, but tickets will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis on the day.