Where to Watch: Women’s World Cup & Revolution VS Manchester United in Boston

US Women's Soccer Team Celebrates their win agains Brazil. Photo by Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images

Tomorrow doesn’t get much bigger for Boston soccer fans. At noontime, the U.S. women’s soccer team, fresh off their amazing victory over Brazil, will square off against France in the Women’s World Cup in Germany. Tomorrow night, global power Manchester United will be at Gillette Stadium to face the New England Revolution.

So, here’s a great itinerary for Boston soccer fans tomorrow:

1. Watch the Women’s World Cup at one of Boston’s great soccer pubs. Fans usually crowd these venues to catch the EPL, Serie A, and other European club teams, but tomorrow they should run red, white, and blue.

Phoenix Landing, 512 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. 617-576-6260
Caffe dello Sport, 308 Hanover Street, North End. 617-523-5063
Caffe Paradiso, 255 Hanover Street, North End. 617-742-1768
Caffe Graffiti, 64 Cross Street, North End. 617-367-3016
The Green Briar, 304 Washington Street, Brighton. 617-789-4100
The Banshee, 934 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester. 617-436-9747
McGann’s, 197 Portland Street, Boston. 617-227-4059
PJ Ryan’s, 239 Holland Street, Somerville. 617-625-8200
2. Get yourself a ticket to the Revs-ManU match. Tickets on Ticketmaster ranged from $60 to $121 and were still available this morning. Stubhub, Craiglist, and other reselling venues will have plenty of tickets as well. Parking lots open four hours before the 8 PM start time. Be prepared to pay $40 for parking. The MBTA is also running a special train from South Station with a stop in Dedham. Click here for more information.
When the Women’s World Cup is over, be sure to check out the Boston Breakers women’s soccer team. Lauren Cheney, Amy LePeilbet, and Rachel Buehler are among the Breakers on the national team. Next home match at Harvard Stadium is July 24.
Editor’s Note: Want to know more about the New England Revolution, the Boston Breakers and all things related to soccer in the greater Boston area? Pick up The Die-Hard Sports Fan’s Guide to Boston by Christopher Klein, available in bookstores and online.

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