In the words of Eamon Dunphy: What goes around, comes around... baby.
We've hunted high and low to find the best places to watch today's historic match against France. Kicking off at 2pm, it's going to be a heart-clenching, eye-watering 90 minutes (or more).
So you might as well be comfortable for it...
COME ON YOU BOYS IN GREEN!
1. The Sugar Club
Kick back and relax with cocktails, pitchers and pizzas in the cosiest spot in town.
It's all kicking off at 12.30pm – get there early to ensure you get somewhere to perch.
The guys in Xico are putting on quite a show this Sunday.
Their Match Day Madness Siesta kicks off at 1pm, with Mexican brunch, margaritas, a DJ, eight screens and surround sound. You know where to find us.
3. Smithfield Plaza
Dublin City Council have provided this easy-access, acohol-free fanzone as the perfect place to bring the whole fam. It's all kicking off at 12.30pm.
The place will be alive.
4. Fanfair, St Andrew's Lane
This dedicated venue will obviously be showing the match. Duh.
But if you haven't already, make sure you drop them a line and book. It's gonna be mental.
5. The Back Page
Dubbed "The Best Pub In Ireland To Watch The Euros" by the The Thinking Drinkers, The Back Page will be undoubtedly packed tomorrow.
6. The Jar
Their dedication to the Euros is admirable, and the atmosphere here is unbeatable.
Oh, and they serve Base pizza.
7. Croke Park
In a truly historic move, the second half of Sunday's match between the Republic of Ireland and France will be shown on giant screens in Croke Park before Leinster's SFC double-header.