The U.S. didn’t qualify for this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup, but that doesn’t mean you can’t lace up those Adidas shoes, put on a jersey, and watch the games in Chicago.
The World Cup, which takes place in various cities in Russia from June 14 to July 15, will be shown at plenty of parties throughout the city, which, if you didn’t know, is home to the U.S. Soccer Federation.
Below is a list of some of the best places to watch the games (with some facts about the teams and the tournament). But a warning: You might want to leave the vuvuzela at home.
Address: 1721 W. Division St.
When: They will open early to air games live after 1 p.m. on both indoor and outdoor TVs, with games shown daily.
Specials: Black Bull will have $30 sangria and $15 porrons of Estrella Galicia summer shandies.
By Bea Aldrich, Steve Bynum