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Here's where to take in some footy if you're fancy like that. Even though the boys didn't qualify this year, the establishment still intends to host matches for rowdy fans across allegiances and will open at 7 a.
In honor of the Cup, the sports pub will be opening early at 10 a. Houston St. They will be hosting several match viewings so visit them on Facebook for a complete schedule. The crowds are passionate, and most excitingly, the drinks are cheap.
It has a quieter atmosphere, German-style beers and artisan food. You can even bring your dog to this Southtown spot, which is great because obviously, dogs love soccer.
Lachapelle, It has historically been a World Cup spot for people across the fanatic scale. Grab some brews, find a spot under one of their many oak trees, root for your team and maybe a nice breeze. Alamo St, And even if you're not, you may root for Australia by the 32nd minute.
The bar is huge with lots of TVs and ample parking space.
Perfect for large groups so your summer recreational team can stretch their legs. If the heat is too much? You can always resort to shop therapy with a nice walk through the mall.
Germany match. Great for large groups. Visit them on Facebook for a full schedule.
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