Where to watch the Women’s World Cup matches in NYC

Watch the 2019 Women's World Cup with friends between June 7 and July 7. The DUMBO Archway, pictured, is hosting screenings almost daily.
Watch the 2019 Women’s World Cup with friends between June 7 and July 7. The DUMBO Archway, pictured, is hosting screenings almost daily. Photo Credit: Danielle Silverman

The Women’s World Cup is back, and many of the city’s bars and restaurants are planning screening parties as the U.S. team competes for its fourth win.

Here are some of our favorite spots to catch the games:

Mustang Harry’s
352 Seventh Ave., Manhattan

Irish sports bar Mustang Harry’s is opening early with a special breakfast menu through Sunday so that fans can watch the morning games in high-definition. The venue has a 99-foot bar with dozens of HDTVs and surround sound throughout its two floors so you won’t miss a pass or goal. Its special menu includes the Team USA Breakfast Burger ($20), Mustang Power Wrap ($14) and The Morning Stretch, a new whiskey-spiked frozen Irish coffee ($13), plus additional drink specials and giveaways during every Team U.S.A. match.

DUMBO Archway
Under the Manhattan Bridge across from the Pearl Street Triangle

Weekday World Cup games as well as the final on Sunday, will be broadcast on an 80-inch screen with "grass" for viewers to spread out on and lunchtime concessions from El Super (tacos), Chef Katsu (Japanese burgers), Rice and Miso Everyday and beer and wine from Dumbo Station.

Zum Schneider
107 Avenue C, Manhattan

Starting at 3 p.m., this Bavarian beer hall is showing all games on its HD projector screen while it offers up 14 German beers on tap. 

Smithfield Hall
138 W. 25th St., Manhattan

Catch all the U.S. games live while enjoying the craft beers and tavern dishes available.

World Trade Center
2 World Trade

Catch the U.S. semifinal game against England on Tuesday at 3 p.m. or watch the final on Sunday at 11 a.m. on the steps of the World Trade Center.

Black Forest Brooklyn
733 Fulton St. and 181 Smith St., Brooklyn

The authentic German home cookery is showing all Germany and U.S. games regardless of starting time, including all noon and 3 p.m. group stage times and knockout games on its big screen with surround sound at both locations.

56-06 Cooper Ave., Brooklyn

The beer garden on the border of Ridgewood-Bushwick is screening the games for free indoors through the end of the finals. After the game, relax in the backyard hammocks or grab a drink.

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