Come get your breakfast at the ICC Pub and a hearty portion of the All Ireland Championship Final televised live by Centra® on Sunday, September 23, 2012 at the Irish Cultural Centre. The Pub will be open and serving breakfast at 9:00 a.m. The live, televised game from Cork Park begins at 3:30 p.m. (IST) and will be broadcast at 10:30 a.m. at the ICC (United States, Eastern Time). There is a $20 broadcast fee per adult to cover the Centra® service. There will also be a charge for any pub meal and drink.

Irish football fans on both sides of the big pond know this is a championship game not to be missed given Donegal’s skilled fight to victory in the August 26th semi-final against Cork. It’s been twenty years since Donegal has had its chance at the championship title. After the beautiful left-footed play of Colm McFadden in the second half of Sunday’s game, the GAA Daily News notes that the "Donegal players are capable of mixing aesthetically pleasing football with the other aspects of the game they have perfected."

Debating about how Donegal will keep up what been described as its "attacking style of football whilst also defending with true grit, discipline and skill" (GAA Daily News) is reason enough to gather family and friends and head to the ICC for the live, televised broadcast beginning at 10:30 a.m. in the Pub. Come early to the ICC on Sunday, September 23 to get your good seat, good breakfast and good chance to weigh in on which team will win the All-Ireland championship.

If you are interested in catching other live, televised games at the ICC Pub then please join us at the Irish Cultural Centre on these dates and times. The hours are listed in United States, Eastern Time. A $20 cover fee is charged per person to cover the cost of the broadcast service. The pub will offer meals and beverage for a charge as well. The rooting and cheering is on the house.

Sunday, September 2
8:30am ET GAA Minor Football Championship Semi Final: Dublin vs Kerry
10:30am ET GAA Senior Football Championship Semi Final: Dublin vs Mayo
4:30pm ET The Sunday Game - GAA Match Highlights and Discussion

Sunday, September 9
8:15am ET GAA Minor Hurling Championship Final: Dublin vs Tipperary
10:30am ET GAA Senior Hurling Championship Final: Kilkenny vs Galway
4:30pm ET The Sunday Game - GAA Match Highlights and Discussion