The FIFA World Cup kicks off Sunday, November 20 and soccer fans everywhere will be watching! Hosted by Qatar, the tournament will run until December 18. Click here to see the schedule and head out to a local watering hole to take in a match! Hosting a World Cup party at home? Jamie Oliver has some yummy recipes you can try including Epic Nachos 4 Ways.
Barca City Cafe
Catch the World Cup matches on their six plasma TVs.
Watch the game at this family-owned bar. Hosting a party at home? They can cater your watch party.
Black Bear Bar & Grill
Book a private lounge to watch the World Cup with your friends.
Food and drink specials will be on tap, along with team-themed beers to get viewers pumped for the games.
The Cottage Bar
The fans bring the enthusiasm here and there will be lunch and dinner specials running during the World Cup.
Darby Road Public House
Starting Monday, Nov. 21 they will have a World Cup HQ tent where fans can watch the matches on big screens.
The go-to spot for watching soccer on the shore, they will be streaming all World Cup games lives.
The Dublin House
They will show all World Cup matches starting at 10 am and will be offering drink specials.
Ed and Mary’s
This family-owned pub will open for 10 am and 1 pm soccer matches.
“Mercer County’s premier soccer bar” will be showing all games starting at 11 am on Nov 20.
First n’ Ten Sports Pub
Bring your friends and wear your jersey to this bar which offers a wide variety of beers and apps.
Golden Rail Pub
A popular spot for Rutgers students, this pub will show matches as early as 10 am.
Grasshopper Off the Green
This gathering place has always catered to fans when it comes to showing the soccer matches they want to see.
Hailey’s Harp & Pub
This neighborhood bar is an official watch site for all the US Men’s Soccer Team matches and will have food and drink specials too.
This local business has lots of screens for you to watch the World Cup on.
Lucky 7 Tavern
Catch all sporting events on their seven flat-screen HDTVs.
Mickey’s Bar & Grill
Mickey’s has 50 televisions to watch the game on or private party rooms to rent.
The bar will open early for each match.
Public House 46 Sports Bar and Grill
Craft cocktails and big-screen TVs in the center of the bar make this a prime spot for watching soccer.
Scots American Club
Watch the soccer matches on their flat-screen TVs and enjoy Scottish and local craft beers.
Tommy Fox’s Public House
They call themselves “World Cup Headquarters” and will be opening early to show US matches. If there’s a game you want to see that starts before 10 am they will accommodate groups of 10.