Soccer fans all over Seattle are getting together in restaurants and bars to watch World Cup games on big screens.Visit our online news partners' sites below to find out where you can watch in your neighborhood.
Soccer fans all over Seattle are getting together in restaurants and bars to watch World Cup games on big screens. Visit our online news partners’ sites below to find out where you can watch in your neighborhood.
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