Published: 12:21 | 7/12/20

Celebrate Christmas Day with eir sport


Share some iconic sporting moments this Christmas Day on eir sport.

We've got some of the greatest sporting moments of all time for you to enjoy this Christmas Day on eir sport.

Join us on eir sport 1 from 7pm to see Ireland defeat the All Blacks for the very first time or watch the moment Ray Houghton put the ball in the Italian net at USA '94.  

Don't miss the one and only Muhammad Ali as he defies the odds  to beat George Foreman and reclaim the World Heavyweight title in the 'Rumble in the Jungle' in Zaire back in 1974. 

It's cup finals all the way on eir sport 2 this Christmas.

Among the highlights is a replay of last year's Rugby World Cup final between South Africa and England from 2.30pm, Munster v Leinster in the 2001 Celtic League (4.30pm) and, for all you Crazy Gang fans out there, a chance to relive Wimbledon's fairytale FA Cup final triumph over Liverpool in 1988 (7.30pm).

For full listings, go to www.eirsport.ie/tv-guides

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