With the US women’s team slated to cruise out of the group round after crushing Thailand 13-0 and Sunday’s 3-0 win over Chile, soccer fans won’t want to miss the women’s team with the most World Cup wins, four Olympic gold medals, and a slew of other accolades in action. For those who want to get out and support the clearly superior US women’s team (even though they still get paid less than the underperforming men’s team), here’s where to go until the tournament culminates on July 7.Read More
Where to Catch All the Women’s World Cup 2019 Action in the Twin Cities
The best bars to cheer the nonstop action
1. La Doña Cervecería
While new to the brewery scene, this spot has already made itself a new go-to for soccer fans thanks to the futbol leagues it hosts. It’ll be showing all of the games each week which fans can follow along with on the cerveceria’s Instagram.
2. Brit's Pub
Known for its love for soccer, Brit’s will be showing the games and as many of them as they can will be shown outside on their rooftop big screen. Let’s hope this summer gets its act together soon so we can celebrate the exquisite talent of the US Women’s team in sun shine-y summer glory.
3. Part Wolf MPLS
Previously the soccer-centric Nomad, ownership recently changed hands. The new guys running the show say that everything will remain the same outside of the name change. Follow the Facebook page for game updates and specials during game time.
4. Surly Brewing Co.
“Excellence should be celebrated. Sustained excellence should be revered. The U.S Women’s Soccer team should be kings for life of all they survey,” Surly’s website says about showing the WWC games and we simply could not agree more. Matches will be shown on their Big Ass TV in the beer garden. Bonus: their senior marketing director was once on the US Women’s team!
5. Brew Hall at Allianz Field
For fans who want to soccer it up as much as possible, head on over to Allianz Field and soak up all the action at the on-site Brew Hall that is open on non-game days and will be showing WWC games. This is a great way to experience the field without the hassle of a United game and the silly clear bag policy that major stadiums love.
6. Black Hart of Saint Paul
At this LGBTQ St. Paul outpost, visitors will find all the Women’s World Cup games alongside all of the Men’s National Team games and more as well as a jam-packed calendar of events ranging from drag shows to open mic comedy.