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Places in Tulsa to watch the World Cup

Tulsa is ready to cheer on our favorite soccer team as they take on Belgium in the World Cup. There are many watch parties going on across Tulsa and Broken Arrow for the July 1st, 3:00pm game. The winner of this game will advance to the quarterfinals, and the loser will go home.



201 N Elgin

ONEOK Field will play host to a the World Cup game. Admission to the Watch Party is free and concession stands will be open. The splash pad for the kids is open free of charge as well as several inflatables. Gates to the field will open at 2:00PM.


White Flag

116 S. Elgin

At White Flag, the party starts at 2 with $6 Pitchers and lots of cheering for your favorite team. USA!

Main Street Tavern

200 S. Main St, Broken Arrow

The Main Street Tavern in Downtown Broken Arrow is hosting a watch party complete with FREE Bud Light everytime the US scores. You can also be entered into a drawing at the end of the world cup for a world cup soccer ball. Plenty of food and TVs to watch the US play Belgium.


Fox and Hound

7001 S. Garnett
The games on all the TV's at Fox and Hound in Broken Arrow. All ages are welcome to come in and watch the games.


Empire Bar

304 S. Elgin

Empire Bar in Downtown Tulsa will be offering big TVs for your viewing of the game and great food. If your hungry, Mangiamo's food truck will be parked out front.



3301 S. Peoria
Get to Leon's on Brookside early to get a good seat and enjoy $3 Marshall's Arrowhead Pale Ale pints, $8 mini pitchers and awesome food.


Twin Peaks

7007 S. Memorial

The Budweiser great American Party supporting the USA soccer team starts at 3 pm at Twin Peaks in South Tulsa with lots of food, Bud beer specials and giveaways.

Dust Bowl Lanes and Lounge

211 S. Elgin

The Dust Bowl will be opening two hours early for your viewing pleasure of the game. Doors open at 2 pm so you can watch USA take on Belgium on their big screens.


Jamenson's Pub

8921 S. Yale

Jamenson's Pub is hosting happy hour all day long while you watch the World Cup at 3. Come in and enjoy an early lunch and reserve your table for the game.

If you are excited to see the game, you'll love this video. Check out these adorable puppies playing soccer:


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