The World Cup Viewing Party Moves to Soldier Field

After a rainy weekend, the World Cup viewing party is moving to Soldier Field. U.S. Soccer fans have a chance to watch the U.S. vs. Belgium match on the field or in the stands.

ESPN’s live feed of the match will be displayed on the north end zone video board, and US Soccer merchandise, along with food, soft drinks, beer and other beverages, will be available for purchase.

Gates will open at 1:30pm and the Round of 16 match will kick off at 3 pm CT. Admission to the viewing party is free.  

Details

  • When: 1:30pm gate open, 3:00pm the match starts
  • Where: Soldier Field
  • Cost: Free

 

Fun Fact: On July 2, 1994 – almost 20 years ago this Tuesday – Germany defeated Belgium 3-2 at Soldier Field to advance to the quarterfinals of the 1994 FIFA World Cup. The match featured a goal by U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.

Photo credit: U.S. Soccer

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