Whether you’re a soccer die-hard or just need an excuse to drink in the middle of the day, Seattle has a host of bars for your World Cup viewing pleasure.

St. Andrews Bar and Grill (7406 Aurora Avenue North)
Menu features starters, sides, soups, salads and a wide range of burgers and sandwiches that are all natural 100% antibiotic and hormone free. The bar has all the single malt scotch anyone could ever ask for. All games are shown live, plus replays in the evenings.

Kangaroo & Kiwi (7305 Aurora Ave North)
A brand new menu with some special Aussie fare, free wi-fi and all games live and on replay.

All Nations Soccer Bar & Restaurant (930 N 130th St)
A soccer bar in it’s truest form with “music, food and drink that permeate the lives of soccer fans.”

Conor Byrne Pub (5140 Ballard Ave NW)
Will open at 10 a.m. on Saturday for the U.S. v England game. Offering “take a dive” drink specials – a new special will be announced with each player dive or injury claim.

The Ballard Loft (5105 Ballard Avenue NW)
“Your World Cup Headquarters” opens at 7 a.m. for all World Cup matches with happy hour from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. with $3 Bloody Marys, well drinks & draught beers.

The Dray (708 NW 65th St)
Will open for all the live games, including the 4:30 a.m. matches. Serving breakfast food, $2 coffee and beer starting at 6 a.m. and a mimosa tent for Saturday’s U.S. v England game.

Eastlake Bar and Grill (2947 Eastlake Ave E)
Will be open whenever there is a game and kicking off the World Cup with a Team USA pep rally Friday night at 11 p.m. There will be a TV set up on the deck for outside viewing and food specials featuring national cuisines of some of the more popular team.

Empire Espresso (3629 S. Edmunds St)
Will be open for every live World Cup game with coffee, paninis, beer, wine, waffles on the weekend, and outdoor seating.

Murphy’s (1928 N. 45th St.)
Will open at 6:45 a.m. every morning and feature the matches in 3D (rental glass required).

La Taberna del Alabardero (2328 1st Ave)
Will show every game of the Spanish National team, “La Furia Roja” as well as every game from Stage 2 on their brand new 42” Plasma TVs

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