The U.S. men's national team's path to Brazil 2014 continues Friday night with the first of two World Cup qualifying matches against Jamaica in a five-day span.
The game in Kingston, Jamaica, is the first U.S. men's national team game to be televised on beIN Sport, a network that is being carried on Dish Network and DirecTV and has begun to be rolled out by Comcast in different markets around the country (call your local provider for the latest information leading up to first kick). While it makes for a more ideal scenario than the pay-per-view situation that surrounded the last U.S. qualifier in Guatemala, it still leaves a good portion of fans without a home viewing option.
Fortunately, it's Friday night, and the amount of bars around the country showing the game should be more than sufficient for fans hoping to see the United States win a World Cup qualifier in Jamaica for the first time. Here is a list of official U.S. Soccer bars, although they won't be the only ones carrying the match.
Where will you be watching tonight's game?
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