RTE 2 will broadcast the Irish women’s World Cup quarter-final match against India on Thursday afternoon while a number of public houses have also confirmed they will broadcast live.
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The tie will take place at 6pm in London’s Lee Valley, moving from the original time of 8.15pm due for television reasons due to England making it through to the last eight.
BT Sport 1 will continue to broadcast every game from the World Cup live via their channel but they have agreed a deal to allow RTE to take up the rights for this tie with the broadcast getting under way at 5.45pm.
In addition, the following clubs and bars have confirmed they will show the games
- Porterhouse Bars – Nassau Street, Temple Bar, Glasnevin, Bray
- Railway Union
- The Dropping Well, Milltown, Dublin
- The Martello, Bray
- The Club, Dalkey
- The Glenside, Churchtown, Dublin,
- Garryduff Sports Centre, Cork
- Cork Airport Hotel
- Gleeson’s, Booterstown
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