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Where to Watch World Cup: USA vs Belgium

June 30, 2014 at 4:29 PM | by | ()

Team USA is up again this week, as they enter the round of sixteen in this year’s World Cup. Sure watching at work on your cell phone is awesome, but we’d imagine checking out the soccer action with thousands of new friends is even better. Here’s five spots to check out tomorrow’s match against Belgium.

· Boston – City Hall Plaza

The city is partnering with the New England Revolution, as they host a World Cup watch party at City Hall Plaza. The big screen will broadcast the pre-game stuff beginning at 3:30pm ET, and there will be giveaways, mascots, and more.

· Chicago – Soldier Field
US Soccer is hosting a viewing party over at the home of the city’s other type of football team—Soldier Field. Gates to the stadium open at around 1:30pm CT, and just note that regular parking rates to the stadium will apply. The ESPN feed of the game will be shown on the north end zone video board, and food, soft drinks, beer and Team USA goodies will all be up for sale.

· Dallas – AT&T Stadium
Tuesday’s big game will be available for your viewing at a stadium that’s held it share of big games. AT&T Stadium in Arlington—home of the Dallas Cowboys—will open its doors at 1:30pm CT on Tuesday. Parking and admission is free, and the game will be shown on the super huge screen above the field. The sideline screens as well as those in the end zones will also show the action, so no matter where you turn it’s Team USA.

· Long Beach – Pine Avenue
Just outside Los Angeles the fun kicks off before 9am PT, as Long Beach’s Pine Avenue is transformed into a little bit of Brazil complete with World Cup fever. Things will be setup between Third Street and Broadway, and there will be giant screens to air the game, DJs to keep the party going, and live music as well. They’ll be showing the match between Argentina and Switzerland in the morning, and then the main even at 1pm, PT.

· Seattle – CenturyLink Field Event Center

Another Major League Soccer team is getting in on the World Cup Fun, as Sounders FC are opening up the doors to CenturyLink Field Event Center in support of Team USA. Admission is free, and the gates will open up at 11am PT. Soccer supporters—The American Outlaws—are helping to sponsor and organize things, so expect some good soccer chants here.

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