The U.S. men's national team will play its final World Cup qualifier on Wednesday night in Washington D.C. and even though the team has already qualified for the 2010 World Cup, the match vs. Costa Rica is an important one to U.S. fans who want to see their team finish strong.
With that in mind, where will you be watching Wednesday's match vs. Costa Rica (8pm, ESPN2)? Will you be making the trek to RFK Stadium to enjoy a post-qualifying party? Will you enjoy it from the comfort of your home, where you couldn't watch Saturday's win vs. Honduras? Plan on skipping it in favor of the big Real Salt Lake-New York Red Bulls tilt?
I am making the trip down to D.C. today and will be providing coverage of the match for SBI (along with Franco Panizo) and for ESPN.com, including a live commentary on SBI, so be sure to follow our coverage of the match.
So, where will you be watching on Wednesday night?
Watching tape delayed after work. It is going to be emotional for the Davies situation!
At a sports bar in Downtown St. Pete, Florida….La SELE va a ganar!!!!
watching at home on the dvr after I put the baby to sleep. I miss the days I could watch from a sports bar with other fans. Lucky bastards.
Greens Sports Bar
San Francisco, CA
Not sure yet…just moved out to Bayside in Queens…anyone have a suggestion on where to watch around there?
I think I’m too depressed to watch this one. Thoughts are with Charlie, his family, and the family of the young woman.
RFK . . .nosebleed
RFk in 232… official supporters club!!! <3 to CD9… get well soon mate!!
All I care about is Davies getting better. Man I hate cars. Go Charlie Davies and others involved, see you soon.
British Bulldog, Denver.
At the Atlantic Crossing pub in Seattle with fellow AO Seattle and USMNT fans. Win the Hex for CD9.
at a bar, drinking one for Chuck D. Then not driving home.
RFK baby. One of the worst stadiums in the US.
THought about watching Tulsa thrash some obscure WAC team.
But then decided I’d rather watch the last US MNT WCQ for the next four (4) years. Can’t make up my mind yet to play the hermit and watch it at home or go to Trinity Hall in Dallas to celebrate qualification (again) with the rest of the USA fanatics. Ex-US National,
Heath Pearce is supposed to at Trinity Hall but after the Davies accident, who knows what might happen ?
I’ll be watching my Boise State Broncos stomp Tulsa. i know, i’m terrible.