Stamford, CT (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
For soccer fans at Tigin Irish Pub, warm weather marks the end of the season in the English Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A and the beginning of the final rounds of all the major soccer tournaments, including the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers. As an Official Soccer Bar, Tigin, located in the heart of downtown Stamford at 175 Bedford Street, has attracted a host of fans - US, international travelers and ex-pats alike - who cheer on their teams weekly in a raucous atmosphere befitting the beautiful game.
Whether it is the prestigious Champions League, the ever-unpredictable FA Cup, or World Cup 2014 Qualifier matches, Tigin is the best bar in Stamford to watch the games this spring and summer. No other soccer bar spends more money on broadcast fees or opens earlier to show live International soccer matches than Tigin.
With live matches broadcast from all over the US as well as the UK, Europe and South America, it is typical to see Barca fans pouring in the pub at on a Wednesday afternoon, English fans enjoying a pint and traditional Irish breakfast on an early Saturday morning and US Men's National team fans packed in late on a Tuesday night - all dressed in their team jerseys. It is this enthusiastic atmosphere that brings fans together making the downtown Stamford pub the premier location for soccer viewing.
Here is some general stuff every fan needs to know about the Tigin soccer experience:
-Official Bar for US Soccer
Tigin will be crowded with enthusiastic soccer fans supporting their teams and watching the title race in the FA Cup Final, the US World Cup Qualifiers, and the most prestigious inter-league soccer match of the year, the Champions League Final (the global Super Bowl of Soccer) on May 25.
About Tigín Irish Pub and Restaurant:
Tigín (pronounced Ti-geen) Irish Pub and Restaurant is distinguished by its genuine Irish hospitality, quality and craic (pronounced ‘crack’, a uniquely Irish form of fun). Tigín has been voted 'Best Of' by a number of local and national publications.