Where to Watch the World Cup 3.0

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World Cup soccer fans will once again be glued to television screens around the nation as the USA National team takes on Ghana on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. central time. The USA advanced after a last minute goal by "wonder boy" Landon Donovan on Wednesday when the team played Algeria. You could call it the kick heard around the world. So where can you watch Saturday's game here in North Texas.

FC Dallas will host watching parties for both the USA and Mexico games on Saturday and Sunday. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and admission to the stadium club is free.

On Sunday the stadium club will open at 1 p.m. for the Mexico vs. Argentina game.

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Trinity Hall
5321 E. Mockingbird Lane
(open for every World Cup game no matter what the time) Doors open when earliest game of day begins (6:30 a.m.). Trinity Hall was designed with an authentic Irish feel, so it has one of the best Irish menus and whiskey & scotch collections in North Texas. Huge crowd expected for US/England matches.

Fox And Hound-Sports, Spirits and Fun (7 Locations) 
Two in Fort Worth and Dallas, Arlington, Richardson and Lewisville
Doors open at 8 a.m. every day during World Cup. Special breakfast menu and a number of drink specials including $5 Michelinas, Bloody Marys and Mimosas for the early bird crowd at all seven locations. Great atmosphere and huge crowds expected for big matches. Tarrant County residents should take note, this is one of the few spots west of Dallas where you can watch a match with real soccer fans.

Attending a world cup party? Send your pictures to isee@nbcdfw.com. Or let us know where you will be watching in the comments section below.

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