off subject - Where to watch England v Turkey match in Dallas for Fort Worth?

Discussion in 'FC Dallas' started by burn fc, Oct 3, 2003.

  1. burn fc

    burn fc New Member

    May 20, 2003
    off subject -

    Anyone know specifically where one would watch the England v Turkey match in Dallas for Fort Worth on Saturday?

  2. Jonno

    Jonno New Member

    Oct 28, 2002
    Austin, TX
    Try the usual spots,

    The Londoner in Addison
    The Dubliner on Greenville Ave
    Trinity Hall at Mockingbird Station
  3. burn fc

    burn fc New Member

    May 20, 2003


    how about Fort Worth...anyone?

    I'm in Keller...
  4. ggh01

    ggh01 Member

    Jul 15, 2002
    Denton, TX
    This match is next Saturday, the 11th, right?
    Don't forget it is Texas-OU weekend, so finding a screen might be a little more difficult.
  5. burn fc

    burn fc New Member

    May 20, 2003

    how would I get there once I am at the Mocking Bird Station... trying to ride the train from Richland Hills/Fort Worth?

    thanks a lot!
  6. ferrari77

    ferrari77 Member

    May 23, 2002
    Manchester United FC
    the dubline without a doubt, irish bar but they will show the three lions, i was there my first month in dallas back in 2001 for england-greece. decent place. but i wont take chances i'm heading down to h-town where theres more than one brit pub. i know richmond arms will put it down, standing room only great atmosphere, if i dont do that then i'll be at the dubliner cheering the lads on.
  7. Texan

    Texan New Member

    Jan 8, 2001
    Re: directions

    Go up the escalator from the rail platform and it's the opposite way of the parking lot, next to the Angelika theater. You can't miss it.
  8. Brushes Sand

    Brushes Sand Member

    Oct 12, 2000
    I've watched every big England fixture on
    Setanta for the past couple of years at the
    Dubliner or occaisionally the now-defunct Tip.

    I was at the Dubliner for the England-Turku
    match in June. It was not a good scene.

    40 or so young, single, Turkish guys materialized
    early and took over the entire half of the pub
    where the sitting area and tables are. There's no
    Turkish-themed establishment of any kind
    in Dallas where they get Setanta, so they
    took over the place where the English fans
    typically congregate. Only because this was on
    neutral soil in the US did the scene not degenerate.

    Quite honestly, the regular patrons, who have
    kept the Dubliner going for years, were quite
    gracious at having to be crammed in to the
    bar area. But I"m guessing this game next
    weekend might be one you want to show up
    very early for at the Dubliner, or don't show
    up at all. It will be crowded. It could get
    nasty. Last time the Turks showed up 3
    hours early.

  9. SoccerNova2009

    SoccerNova2009 New Member

    Aug 19, 2000
    probably at a bar
    What?!?! When did the Tip close? I checked their site ( and they do say 'temporarily'. Say it ain't so. Especially after Martin spent all that money on the remodel. Did Laura Miller's smoking ban claim another victim?
  10. Brushes Sand

    Brushes Sand Member

    Oct 12, 2000
    Martin cashed in his chips and was last seen
    looking quite tan leading out a youth team
    for the pre-game parade at the Brimstone game.
    Rumour has it he spent a couple of weeks on
    the beach after locking the doors.

    He left a lot of people hanging with this move
    to close down with zero warning. Very unlike
    him, and very low class in the opinion of many.

    The Old Tip was the seas knees. It was
    "our place" and when he went in with the
    guys who funded the remodel, it killed the
    old crowd and the atmosphere IMHO.

    An inside joke that no one here will know about,
    but the last weekend before he closed down,
    we reused the letters on his marquis out front
    to spell "Our Nude Wenches Roar".

    Long live the Old Tipp. May the Beer Gawdz
    have mercy on Martin's soul.


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