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Where to Watch the World Cup in the United States

banner mid Where to Watch the World Cup in the United States

Many of us, whether we live here or are on vacation, will be in the United States this summer when the World Cup is on. But which pubs, restaurants, sports bar or venues will you be attending nearby to watch the game with tens or hundreds or thousands of sweaty soccer fans?

The problem is where can you find a comprehensive list of the venues that will be hosting World Cup viewing parties — especially when a lot of the games are on when US venues haven’t opened for lunch yet?

At which venues are you going to watch the big matches, where you know they’ll broadcast most of the 64 World Cup games this summer? Go ahead and post it in the comments section below and we’ll update the master list in this post here.

In the meantime, here’s the first listing – which is where EPL Talk will be hosting all of its official viewing parties (except for the 7:30am games when the venue is not open):

CONNECTICUT

New Haven: Anna Liffey’s Irish Pub, 17 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511

FLORIDA

Boca Raton: Wowies, 7036 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, FL 33433. 561-392-5040. More information at http://www.worldcupbuzz.com/wowies

GEORGIA

Atlanta: Brewhouse, 401 Moreland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307

PENNSYLVANIA

Philadelphia: Dark Horse Pub. 421 S. 2nd St., Philadelphia, PA 19147
Philadelphia: Fado Irish Pub, 15th and Locust St., Philadelphia, PA

Thanks to EPL Talk reader Scott Alexander for the story idea.


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