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Where will you be watching USA-Mexico?

Michael Bradley, Giovani Dos Santos


MEXICO CITY– One of the biggest games of the year in American soccer, if not the biggest, will take place tonight at Estadio Azteca and U.S. Men’s National Team fans across the United States will be gathering together to watch what they will be hoping is a history-making game.

The U.S. have never won a World Cup qualifier here, and with serious pressure on Mexico to register their first HEX win, the match has even more significance and more on the line.

Our question for SBI readers is this: Where will you be watching tonight’s match? The match is airing on ESPN (10:30pm), so fans will have the option to watch from home, but with this being one of those kind of matches you want to watch with a group, it is safe to say that soccer bars across the country will be packed with anxious and hopeful U.S. fans.

Where will you be watching? Let us know in the comments section below.


  1. Anybody know of a good spot in LA…mainly near Downtown or better yet in Hollywood? Otherwise watching it with a good friend at home

  2. Camp Buehring, Kuwait. The game comes on here @ 5:30 am, just in time for breakfast and a U.S. win. From one soldier on foreign soil to our boys in Mexico, make us all proud! I know you will. Bravo Company, rock on!

  3. Home in my recliner, texting my friend who is on vacation in Orlando while we both watch ESPN, trying not to yell too loudly and wake up the wife or the neighborhood if the USA scores and then wins.

  4. 4-4-2 Soccer Bar in Portland Oregon!!!

    We are red, white and blue!
    Clint Dempsey, here’s to you!

    Whoa, whoa, WHOA!

    Burn, Destroy, Wreck and Kill!
    Michael Bradley feckin will!

    Whoa, whoa, WHOA!

    Use your head, use your feet!
    Jermaine Jones can’t be beat!

    Whoa, whoa, WHOA!

  5. Alone surrounded by Mexican neighbors from all directions. I tend to be the loudest. How can I be the loudest? When the US scores my yelling is heard clearly and over a distance compared to the absolute silence when my neighbors see the US score. Mexico will deploy every bit of whining, complaining, throwing fits, cheap shots, fouls, and playing the victim every chance they get. It makes a US victory even more sweet…sweet like FIFA’s decision over the Costa Rica whining about there protest in Denver.


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