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Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Where to Watch the World Cup if You Live in Altadena
No one should watch the World Cup alone, without friends and fans screaming their enthusiasm, or their frustration, at the giant big screen TV bring all the action right into your lap while you enjoy great drinks, bar food, and the laughter of people you’re proud to call neighbor.
Where is the one place you should go to view all the World Cup Events you ask?
Altadena Ale & Wine House is the answer, and the reason is simple. They will be open, and ready to bring you all the games of the World Cup no matter what time they are showing on the West Coast.
Of course you know that the games this year will be happening in Russia, and that will make for some pretty early games in Altadena, but for those of you who love the game it won’t make any difference. You can come and view these great games on Altadena Ale & Wine House’s big TV, and pound down some tasty beverages, and enjoy some good ol’ bar food to go along with the good times.
The first match of the World Cup to the shown at Altadena Ale & Winehouse will be between Russia and Saudi Arabia on Thursday, June 14 and takes place in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. Kickoff is at 11 am 8 a.m.
Matches will take place in the stadiums at Sochi, St. Petersburg, and Ekaterinburg, among other stadiums in Russia. If you see a particular team, look up their group schedule. Find the match schedule, and then make your plans to be up and awake for the game.
During the group stage, matches will be taking place between 3 a.m. and noon. Some of the early match-ups that you might want to make room for on your schedule include:
Iceland’s debut against Argentina on Saturday, June 16 at 6 a.m.
Germany, the returning champs, facing off against Mexico on Sunday, June 17 at 8 a.m. England’s popular striker Marcus Rashford will play in the first game against Tunisia on Monday, June 18 at 11 a.m.
Here is the full schedule for the games this year. Take a look:
Maybe you would like to see how far Iceland will go, as it is their first time around the horn at the World Cup, or maybe you just want to watch your country’s efforts at winning their matches and seizing the World Cup for themselves.
So, whether you want to watch one game, or all the games, make your plans to get out to the Altadena Ale & Wine House to watch then in style with all the other fans who love to shout I Believe That We Will Win!
Altadena Ale & Wine House is located at 2329 Fair Oaks Ave, in Altadena. For more information, call (626) 794-4577 or visit http://www.altadenaalehouse.com.