Mapping where to watch the World Cup in Southern California

Updated Sept. 10

As the title of the post suggests, this map was created so Southern Californians knew which bars and restaurants showed World Cup games last summer. I’m in the process of updating the map to illustrate what local places are soccer-friendly for MLS, UEFA CL and other games. Stand by. Until then use the below map with caution because what applied during the World Cup may not apply now.

View Viewing World Cup 2010 around Los Angeles in a larger map

Tip: an alphabetical list of bars and restaurants pops up when you click on the link at the bottom of the map.

Finally, here’s a list of more than 100 Galaxy-sponsored viewing parties not included in the map above.

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  • Josi

    What a great idea – a map with all the locations of places to watch the games! Your wife must be super dooper talented! Go Kayla!

  • John

    Any places in the the inland empire?

  • Josefina Ramirez

    This is great!!!


    Stick and Stein in El Segundo opened early for the US-Slovenia game and was packed to capacity of Aerospace workers skipping out on work. I’m sure they will be open for the US-Algeria game too.