About This Venue

The Woolshed Baa & Grill Cork City is an Australian themed Sports Bar. With a quiz night every Thursday, all you can eat Wings Fridays and Video DJ Saturdays it’s a lively choice of venue which shows all major sporting events, and great choice of venue for parties and events. Our menu ranges from finger food to kangaroo steaks!

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Our venue is suited for all types of event ranging from birthday parties, stag & hen parties, corporate events or even just some after work drinks with your colleagues. We offer an extensive range of Aussie & international beers, cocktails, complimented with a wide choice of bites and grill style food. See our menu for more.

 

We can accomodate groups from 2 – 200+ guests and also have a large beer garden for those sunny days or when your event might need a little more space. Send us a booking enquiry and our events team would be delighted to help arrange your event or reserve an area for you.

 

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We show every sport under the sun on our 17 large screen TVs, meaning you’ll never be stuck for something to watch or get the perfect view for that all important match. With drinks and food promotions on a daily basis you’ll be able to enjoy the match or your event to the fullest. Make sure to check our website to see what’s on this week!

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Finally this evening lets have a look at Japan. 🇯🇵 Japan came through a tough group containing England, Argentina and Scotland. The Japanese team that won the 2011 World Cup became a symbol of recovery for the country following the devastating earthquake and tsunami earlier that year, as well as an inspiration for women’s football around the globe. A number of younger players from the 2011 generation have matured to provide the current side with leaders in every area of the pitch, including defenders Saki Kumagai and Aya Sameshima. apan line up in either an orthodox 4-4-2 or a 4-2-3-1 formation, with a style of play underpinned by hard work and good technique. Coach Asako Takakura will need the team to use all their hard work and technique to get through the challenge with the Dutch team.

Finally this evening let's have a look at Japan. 🇯🇵 Japan came through a tough group containing England, Argentina and Scotland. The Japanese team that won the 2011 World Cup became a symbol of recovery for the country following the devastating earthquake and tsunami earlier that year, as well as an inspiration for women’s football around the globe. A number of younger players from the 2011 generation have matured to provide the current side with leaders in every area of the pitch, including defenders Saki Kumagai and Aya Sameshima. apan line up in either an orthodox 4-4-2 or a 4-2-3-1 formation, with a style of play underpinned by hard work and good technique. Coach Asako Takakura will need the team to use all their hard work and technique to get through the challenge with the Dutch team. ... See MoreSee Less

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