While you can catch the game from the comfort of your own home, it is nothing compared to the rambunctious atmosphere of a viewing party where Bostonians rep their favorite jerseys, scream, cry, and laugh as Argentina and France compete for the title of the world’s greatest soccer team.
There’s really only one way to watch the game and that’s amidst jerseyed fans cheering and playing ref at these FIFA World Cup viewing destinations in Boston. The game coverage starts at 9 AM on Sunday, December 18!
1. High Street Place Food Hall, Downtown
Boston’s hottest new food hall is about to get a lot spicier. High Street Place Food Hall is home to Boston’s largest LED screen indoor television, with picture so clear it’ll feel as though you’re in Qatar watching from the stadiums.
Find it at 100 High Street Boston, MA 02110
2. SoWa Powerstation, South End
The SoWa Powerstation will throw a free viewing party with a massive 32-foot screen to watch the World Cup Finals! Petit Robert Bistro will have food inspired by the two finalist’s teams. May the best team win! Catch the finals from 9 AM to 12 PM on Sunday, December 18.
Find it at 50 Harrison Avenue Boston, MA 02118
3. Café Sauvage, Back Bay
The French cafe in Back Bay might be one of the hottest brunch spots right now, but it’s also a great place to watch the game while enjoying some scrumptious authentic French eats, even if you’re an Argentina fan.
Find it at 25 Mass Ave.
4. The Greatest Bar, North End
The Greatest Bar is all about England fans, but with them out of the tournament, they continue to screen the games. Check out this cozy North End hangout notorious for hosting lively viewing parties for events like Bruins games.
Find it at 262 Friend Street Boston, MA 02113