This Sunday’s All-Ireland football semi-final between Cork and Donegal is to be shown on the big screen in the grounds of the City Hall.
Coverage begins at 1.30pm, with the match at 2pm, and admission to the City Hall grounds is free of charge, on a first-come-first-served basis.
Respective team jerseys and flags will be allowed, although flag poles will not.
No alcohol will be allowed on site, and other standard Belfast City Council terms and conditions apply.
The council has been showing GAA matches in public for the first time this year starting with the Ulster final.