If your city has a Major League Soccer team, many — like LA Galaxy, Atlanta United and San Jose Earthquakes — are hosting watch parties in their stadiums.
In some cases, you’ll have to buy a ticket. But you’ll get the full stadium experience every time the US Women’s national soccer team scores.
If you want to be outside…
Many cities — including Boston and San Francisco — are hosting free watch parties in community plazas and public parks.
Just bring a towel or a lawn chair, find a good spot, and plop yourself down to enjoy the match on a big screen. Don’t forget to pack sunblock and lots of snacks.
If you’re feeling a bit more cultured, check with your local museum to see if it’s hosting an event. For example, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive is hosting a viewing party, and even serving light refreshments.
A post-match art show? Count us in!
If you’re a homebody…
You don’t need to leave your house — or even put on pants — to watch the final match.
The event will be televised live on Fox, FS1 and FS2.
Cord cutters (hipsters without cable) can stream it on their Smart TVs through Hulu Live or fuboTV.
In fact, anyone with a screen and WiFi should be in good shape using SlingTV.
Otherwise… maybe try the radio?
If you just want the highlights …
We get it. Soccer isn’t for everyone. But you should at least watch the highlights to keep up with water cooler talk at work on Monday.
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