Where to watch the World Cup in Orlando

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If you don't want to watch the 2022 World Cup alone, there are several places in Central Florida where you can join fellow soccer fans to cheer during the biggest tournament of the year. 

Ace Cafe

  • Saturday, Dec. 3: USA v. Netherlands

Kick-off is at 10 a.m.

  • Sunday, Dec. 18: World Cup Final

Ace Cafe is located in downtown Orlando at 100 W. Livingston Street. 

WOB Bar & Kitchen

  • Saturday, Dec. 3: USA v. Netherlands

World of Beer at 431 E. Central Blvd. in Orlando is going to have a special World Cup brunch with new food and drink offerings. The bar opens at 10 a.m.

West End Trading Co.

  • Saturday, Dec. 3: USA v. Netherlands

The bar at 202 S. Sanford Ave. opens at 10 a.m. 

"Come hang with us and let's cheer them on and start your day with our famous 'breakfast shot' The Sunshine State Bomb!"

Dunes Brewing

  • Saturday, Dec. 3: USA v. Netherlands

Located at 59 Dunlawton Ave. in Port Orange, the bar will open up for USA games and will be serving up drink specials. 

Tin Roof

Tin Roof at ICON Park on International Drive is hosting a watch party as USA takes on the Netherlands in the World Cup starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3.

The Pub Orlando

This British Pub at 9101 International Drive will be showing all of the 2022 FIFA World Cup matches. Doors open for brunch at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3 for the match between USA and Netherlands.

American Social Orlando

This gastropub is hosting its Live Victoriously Watch Party on Saturday, Dec. 3 for the match between the US and Netherlands. American Social Orlando is located at 7335 W. Sand Lake Road.

Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks on International Drive will be opening early to show the World Cup matches, including the final, and serving up brunch for the games, according to its events calendar

Murphy's Pub Orlando

Murphy's Pub Orlando will be showing the World Cup games at its location at 6582 International Drive. Murphy's says it will begin opening every day at 7:30 a.m. starting Nov. 21 so soccer fans can come early and grab their seats.

FOX 35 is airing many of the biggest matchups including the U.S. men’s team, while FOX Sports will also air all 64 World Cup matches live across FOX and FS1, with every match livestreaming on the FOX Sports App. The tournament runs through December 18.