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Where to Watch the World Cup in Chicago

Sidney Madden
Sidney Madden
Posted on July 25   |   Updated on July 28
Alyssa Naeher at a World Cup

Alyssa Naeher at a World Cup game in New Zealand Saturday. (Brad Smith / USSF / Getty)

Not sure where to cheer on the U.S. Women’s National Team as they go for their fifth World Cup title? Consider joining Chicago fans at some of our fav bars and watch parties across the city over the next month.

Best snacks: The Rambler in North Center, Graystone Tavern in Wrigleyville

Top off Korean BBQ and maple bacon wings with shots from around the world.

Best multilingual spot: One City Tap in McKinley Park

The local chapter of Barra 76 — a group that welcomes Spanish-speaking fans cheering for the U.S. — is hosting a watch party Wednesday.

Best for all games: Richmond’s Bar in Humboldt Park

See other countries’ matches at the bar morning, noon, and night.

Best late-night option: Cleo’s in West Town

Celebrate or recover post match at Cleo’s until 4 or 5 a.m.

Best watch parties: Red Stars events across Chicagoland

Enter giveaways, brush up on soccer skills, and cheer for Chicago goalie Alyssa Naeher with other Red Stars fans.

Wings from The Rambler and Graystone Tavern for the 2023 World Cup

Wings from The Rambler and Graystone Tavern for the 2023 World Cup. (Papergirl PR)

+ Where are you watching the matches? Email us.

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