Best Places To Watch The World Cup in Philadelphia
June 26, 2014
The entire city has caught World Cup fever — and there’s a lot of soccer still to be played. The international tournament is down to 16 teams, with the most anticipated game thus far — the US versus Belgium — taking place on Tuesday, July 1 at 4 p.m.So where should you watch? That’s where this guide comes in. A slew of Philadelphia-area bars, restaurants and attractions are hosting programming to celebrate the 2014 World Cup right here in the City of Brotherly Love.Xfinity Live has the biggest indoor TV in Philadelphia. So if you go here, you’re pretty much guaranteed a good spot to watch. Wear a participating team’s color to Xfinity Live! and receive special food and drink deals while catching the World Cup action on the 32-foot HD LED television screen. For the USA vs. Germany game on June 26, Xfinity is hosting a special watch party complete with free parking and specials at Broad Street Bullies, Victory Beer Hall and the central NBC Sports Arena.