Wondering Where to Watch the World Cup? These Soccer-loving San Francisco Spots are Winners.

Caught a case of World Cup Fever? Wondering where to get your football fix? Whether you prefer to catch the action with a pint of beer in hand--despite the early kickoff time--or keep it wholesome with family friendly activities, these soccer-loving San Francisco locations are winners.

Head to Jackson Square for free entry to the Cigar Bar before 7:45am.

Watch the 2018 World Cup action unfold on five big screen TVswith game-day eatsthirst-quenching drink specialsfirepits to keep you warm, and a load of fellow fans at Spark SF (601 Mission Bay Blvd). Free entry.

Belden Alley will have restaurants full of France fans watching the match Sunday--provided they have recovered from Bastille Day parties the night before. Cafe Bastille French Restaurant (22 Belden Place, San Francisco, California) will be open at 7:30 for the game.

Golden Gate Tap Room (449 Powell Street, San Francisco, California) will be hosting French fans (sponsored by Supporters de l'Équipe de France à San Francisco) and opens at 7 am. Fee is $5.

The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department will host free public viewing parties of the 2018 FIFA World Cup for the Final on Sunday, July 15, beginning at 8 am at Civic Center Plaza.


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