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Sounder at Heart's Seattle-area World Cup viewing guide

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We've been able to crowd-source a list of more than 40 venues where you can expect to find World Cup games playing.

Dean Mouhtaropoulos

Aside from being in South America, there might not be a better place in the Western Hemisphere to watch the 2014 World Cup. Need proof? We asked our readers to help us crowd-source a Seattle-area viewing guide and got more than 40 responses. Whether you have kids, prefer to have a drink while watching, want to be outside or quietly watch, we've got you covered.

Among the highlights:

  • The Phinney Ridge Community Center will be showing every game live on a massive screen.
  • Nord Alley will be hosting free outdoor viewings for select games in the Pioneer Square area.
  • Fuel and Atlantic Crossing will be the AO Seattle headquarters, while Doyle's Pub in Tacoma will be their main spot in the South Sound.
  • The Ballard, Fremont and Capitol Hill neighborhoods were all particularly well represented in responses we received.
  • There's a theater in Bremerton showing the games

On a related note, Sounder at Heart is still trying to find a suitable venues to hold watch parties. We'll be sure to let you know as soon as we finalize something.

In case you have someplace you'd like to see listed, just fill out this form and we'll get them added. If you're having trouble with the map, you can see a list of every venue submitted here.