June 7 kicks off the Women’s World Cup! Here’s where you can cheer on team USA in Austin.
By Courtney Runn, Jordan Burnham and Lindsey Logan
The FIFA Women’s World Cup starts today in France and we’re ready to cheer on our girls in red, white and blue! The first U.S. game will be against Thailand on June 11 with following matches against Chile on June 16 and Sweden on June 20 before the knockout round begins. Cheer on Team USA at these local spots.
All Month Long
Cover 3 will be celebrating the Women’s World Cup all month long with internationally themed wings and games broadcasting after 10 a.m. The restaurant is also accepting new sporting equipment to donate to foster children through Partnerships for Children.
Hi Hat Public House
Hi Hat Public House will have games on throughout the month during their regular operating hours.
Jack & Ginger’s
The Irish pub is hosting watch parties every day of the month. Cheers!
Native Hostel will be showing games all month long with drink and snack deals and prizes donated by Austin FC. A portion of the proceeds from the drink specials will go to Upper Ninety, a nonprofit that teaches life skills to underserved kids through soccer. Kids are welcome before 8 p.m.
The Lady Birds of Austin Anthem are hosting a series of watch parties at Easy Tiger. Join them on June 16, June 24, June 28 and July 7 to cheer on your teams.
On July 7, Fresa’s on South 1st is hosting a watch party for the final from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. with drink discounts and TVs outside and inside.
On June 11, Haymaker is partnering with Austin FC to host a watch party and sweepstakes for the U.S’s first game in the World Cup against Thailand. On June 20, AO Austin will raffle off gear to support the Austin Soccer Foundation.
Parlor & Yard
The dog-friendly bar is showing games on June 11, June 16, June 20, June 27, July 2 and July 7. The bar is also offering daily drink specials and foods specials from Brooklyn Pie.
Sloan & Parker
Sloan & Parker is hosting two watch parties celebrating the U.S. vs. Thailand game and the U.S. vs Chile game on June 11 and June 20 respectively.