10 Cool Spots to Watch the World Cup in Cleveland 

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Dedicated soccer fans congregate at this Irish pub to suffer losses and victories together. Watch the matches on the Old Angle’s enormous TVs and be sure to try the lamb stew. Pay the pub a visit at 1848 W 25th St.
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A CSU hot spot and neighborhood bar, Becky’s offers a dollar off pitchers for students, a hefty discount for those struggling with loans and textbook fees. Hang out with the college crowd while you root for your team. Becky’s can be found at 1762 E 18th St.
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The Pub in Beachwood is hosting a colorful affair: the World’s Finest Football Party. From June 12 to July 14, you can partake in the fun by watching the World Cup, filling out your “score card” by buying food and drink, and winning prizes. Get in the spirit of the Cup at 26300 Cedar Rd.
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PJ McIntyre’s: Get your green on in Kamm’s Corners and root for the Irish at Cleveland’s self-proclaimed most authentic Irish pub. Sip on a craft brew while you mingle and watch the Cup round PJ McIntyre’s fireplace. Pop in at 17119 Lorain Ave.
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Parnell’s in Playhouse Square will be open for ALL the World Cup matches. Yupp, every single one. Bring friends and grab a Guinness. Visit Parnell’s at 1415 Euclid Ave.
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Pretend you’re actually watching the Cup in the home country of whatever team you’re supporting; partake in Winking Lizard’s World Tour of Beers. You can keep up with the action on the plethora of screens located throughout the bar. The Winking Lizard’s Lakewood location can be found at 14018 Detroit Ave.
Lined with flags of different nationalities, the Map Room is a Cleveland favorite. Grab a beer here and get into the international spirit of the World Cup. Hang out at the Map Room at 1281 W 9th St.
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Root for your team in the spirit of Dorothy and Toto at Tremont’s Flying Monkey Pub. Harken back to your college days and sip on a $2 PBR on Mondays while you watch the Cup. Check out the Flying Monkey at 819 Jefferson Ave.
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The American Outlaws, fans and supporters of the US team, convene here for the Cup. Even if you’re not a part of the club, feel free to have a drink and join in on the fun at this lively pub. Visit Merry Arts at 15607 Detroit Ave.
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This Eastern European restaurant is a bit more high-end than some of the dives included in this list, but it’s got a fully-stocked bar and a chilly vodka-tasting room; don’t worry, fur coats and hats are provided. Unleash your inner Russian while you watch the Cup at 30519 Pinetree Rd.