Home Of The Irish Reds - The Only Spot In Dublin For Liverpool Fans To Watch Their Huge Match Later

It should be a Christmas cracker

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It's been a fairly memorable year for fans of Liverpool. Back in January, The Reds ended Manchester City's unbeaten league record before Mo Salah led the charge in the spring as the club roared its way into the Champions League Final.

While supporters will not need to be reminded of what happened in Kiev, the defeat was a rare blip in what has been an otherwise stellar 12 months. Jurgen Klopp's men have kicked on again since the start of the 2018/2019 season and are now sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League with an end to a 29-year barren spell firmly in their sights.

Cautious fans will state that they are only halfway to their goal and the second half of the league season gets underway tonight when Arsenal visit Anfield.

The Gunners should provide a sterner test than most and a defeat for Liverpool will open the door for Man City to close the gap before they host The Reds next Thursday night. If you feel like watching the match with a couple of drinks and some grub, there's only one place for Dublin's Liverpool fans (or brave Arsenal ones) to go.

McGarry's Pub in Harold Cross is the base of the YNWA Irish Reds and members and non members are invited to join like-minded fans to support Jurgen Klopp's men tonight and throughout the season.

The pub has a great selection of food and drinks to enjoy while taking in the atmosphere and is served by the 9, 16, and 49 bus routes from various parts of the city centre.

Alternatively, if you fancy an evening stroll, McGarry's is about a half hour walk from Camden Street. Of course, in keeping with LFC tradition, you won't be walking alone, at least in spirit anyway.

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The match gets underway at 5.30pm and more information on how to get involved with YNWA Irish Reds can be found here.

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James Fenton

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