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Where to watch the Women’s World Cup in New York

By
Will Gleason
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After its recent triumph over Germany, the United States Women’s World Cup team is progressing to the final match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015. They’ll be facing either Japan or England (depending on the outcome of today’s game) at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver.  Watch the game this Sunday at 7pm to see if the US takes home the trophy! These four bars are all good bets.

Bier International (2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Harlem)
Close to Morningside Park, this Harlem beer garden will be showing the game on a projector screen. A good place to go if you’re feeling sociable due to the bar's communal wooden benches.

Banter (132 Havemeyer St., Williamsburg)
A go-to spot for soccer fans in North Brooklyn, this vintage bar with international brews will be showing the game on a screen.

Legends (6 W 33rd St., Midtown West)
The “Football Factory” at Legends is a great place to watch pretty much any soccer game that’s broadcast around the world. With three floors, you shouldn’t have too much difficulty finding a spot.

Dublin6 (575 Hudson St., West Village)
An upscale Irish pub that’s a great spot for both craft beer and cocktails. If it doesn’t end up raining on Sunday, you could also take advantage of their outdoor patio beforehand.

Highbury Pub (1002 Cortelyou Road, Ditmas Park)
This Brooklyn bar can get pretty packed, but that’s just the atmosphere you’ll want for what could be a historic game. Many of their beers are just $6.

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