It's time to get excited about soccer again. Get in on the action and watch the games in places including Occidental Square. Occidental Square via Facebook

From June 14 to July 15, 38 teams from around the world will gather in Russia for the most anticipated professional soccer tournament in the last four years, the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Like any major sporting event, most fans will want to experience the games in a crowd of people who share their spirit, their capacity for yelling, and their appreciation for beer and pub fare. Luckily, you can count on at least one bar in your vicinity to broadcast the matches. For the final weekend, watch France take on Croatia at places like the George & Dragon Pub, the Park Public House, or in an outdoor beer garden at Seattle' Center's 50 Plaza. Find them all below, and check out our sports & recreation calendar for even more athletic events.

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Ballard Loft
Root for your favorite teams at the Ballard bar.
(June 15-July 15)

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Reuben's Brews
Watch any World Cup game during the Ballard brewery's business hours (daily from 11 am to 10 pm). They'll open a little early (8 am) for the final game.
(June 15-July 15)


Bill's Off Broadway
Watch every FIFA match on the big screen, and enjoy an extended breakfast menu seven days a week until 2 pm. They'll open at 8 am for the final game, and they'll also offer breakfast options.
(June 15-July 15)

Cafe Presse
Cheer on France (or your other favorite team) while enjoying Parisian cafe fare like pastries and Croque-monsieurs.
(June 14-July 15)

Rhein Haus
Eat and drink German happy hour in the biergarten while you watch replays of big games and live showings of others.
(June 14-July 15)

Post up in Capitol Hill to catch any and all World Cup games after 11 a.m.
(June 14-July 15)


Two Doors Down
Nosh on burgers and sip an array of beers and ciders while you watch the World Cup.
(June 15-July 15)


Fadó Irish Pub
The "number one soccer bar in Seattle" claims to be the place to be to watch every World Cup match, which they'll broadcast on multiple screens. They'll also offer food and drink specials, giveaways, and contests.
(June 14-July 15)

Hard Rock Cafe
Nourish your fanatical love of soccer by feasting on a breakfast buffet while you watch every single World Cup match.
(June 17-July 15)

Waterfront Park
Express your excitement for World Cup finals weekend by dancing to live sets from Tai Shan, Geoffrey Castle, and Nolan Garrett with the Seattle Sounders FC RAVE Foundation.
(July 14-15)


The George & Dragon Pub
The British-inspired Fremont pub deems itself a soccer bar, so you can bet they'll broadcast every World Cup game on indoor and outdoor screens.
(June 14-July 15)

Norm's Eatery & Alehouse
Watch France vs. Croatia at the Fremont pub.
(Sunday, July 15)

Super Bueno
Enjoy six-dollar shorty margaritas and one dollar off all draft beers while you watch the final World Cup matches.
(July 14-15)


St. Andrews Bar and Grill
Enjoy a wide selection of scotch and ales, plus English bites, while you cheer on your favorite teams.
(June 15-July 15)


BluWater Bistro
The bistro will open early for the final World Cup match.
(Sunday, July 15)


The Park Public House
Nosh on chicken-fried steak, biscuits and gravy, corned beer hash, and other brunch favorites while you cheer on your team.
(Sunday, July 15)

The Whit's End
Bring your dog to the Phinney neighborhood bar for viewings of every World Cup match.
(June 14-July 15)


Flatstick Pub
Sip Rachel's Ginger Beer mimosas for seven bucks, beermosas for three bucks, and other breakfast cocktails while you cheer on either France or Croatia (or both!).
(Sunday, July 15)


Queen Anne Beerhall
Wake up early to catch France vs. Croatia in the final game. They'll have plenty of food and drink specials, including the Elysian Superfuzz Pale Ale.
(Sunday, July 15)

Sports Restaurant
Wear the colors of your favorite team (France or Croatia) and watch the final match at the sporty sports bar.
(Sunday, July 15)


The Atlantic Crossing Pub
Watch as many World Cup games as you can handle at the Roosevelt pub.
(June 15-July 15)


50 Plaza
Join the Seattle Sounders for a viewing of the final FIFA World Cup match (France vs. Croatia) at 8 am before cheering on the Sounders as they take on Atlanta United FC at 11 am. You can watch both matches on an outdoor screen from a beer garden, knowing that all proceeds will benefit the RAVE Foundation.
(Sunday, July 15)


Art Marble 21
Will France or Croatia take home the World Cup? Find out while you bite brunch food instead of your fingernails, and stick around afterwards for Sounders and Mariners games.
(Sunday, July 15)

Sam's Tavern
Early risers can catch the final World Cup game at Sam's—they plan on serving special menu items.
(Sunday, July 15)


Beveridge Place Pub
Bring your own breakfast (they'll provide the drinks) to the final early-morning games.
(Sunday, July 15)