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Where to watch the Women's World Cup 6/16/19

We're excited for the Women's World Cup match tomorrow as the USWNT takes on Chile at 9am 6/16.

With it being Father's day and the weekend we expect a packed house at our chapters’ partner bar The Toffee Club.

We recommend getting there as early as possible AS IT WILL GET FULL QUICKLY. They are also opening the Away Days brewing located next door just to make sure we all have a good viewing experience.

AOPDX will only have an official presence at the Toffee Club and does not expect it to be as busy during the week for other games.

With that said, it may be possible you need to find an alternate viewing location for the game tomorrow. The following locations are excellent places to go watch:

Beulahland located on 118 NE 28th Ave, Portland, OR. Sound will be on all the screens and they will have their usual breakfast + drink and food menus.

Proper Pint Taproom located on 5965 SE 52nd Ave, Portland, OR (Please note they will have their doors open an hour before every USWNT match, with sound on for the matches.  They will also be open for all of the knockout round matches not just the US team.  The kids friendly patio outside will have a TV so the whole family can attend).

Teote Mezcaleria invites you to "Journey to the ends of the Earth." Their restaurants and bars are your destinations to celebrate Latin American food and flavors. Teote Mezcaleria is located on 2700 NE Alberta Avenue. They are the Official Thorns FC Pub Partner for the Women's World Cup. They have multiple tv's on our patio and a large screen in our event room. They are showing many Group Stage matches, all USWNT matches and every match from the Round of 16 through the WWC final.

Teote House Cafe is located on 1615 SE 12th Ave in Ladd's Addition. They have a giant projector screen TV located on their outdoor patio. They are showing all the USWNT matches and other games during their normal operating hours.

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