It’s that time again, America. This Tuesday, July 1, the United States Men’s national soccer team will be taking on Belgium at 4:00 p.m. ET in the World Cup.
If you’re within driving distance of Detroit, you should join the thousands that will descend on Cadillac Square in downtown Detroit to watch the match on two big LED screens outside. What better way to cheer on the US than to congregate with a huge crowd of fellow Americans adorned in red, white and blue.
The game starts at 4:00 p.m. ET, but you should arrive at Cadillac Square early in order to get a good viewing spot.
Admission is free! You’ll also receive free thundersticks, face paint and stadium horns. But get there early, supply is limited!
Also, food trucks will line the square so you won’t have to leave for food.
Not familiar with the area? Click here for parking lots near Cadillac Square!
Not in driving distance of Detroit? Here’s a brief list of cities that are hosting World Cup viewing parties:
Redondo Beach, CA
Where are you watching the game? Share your plans with other readers below. Go USA!
If so, subscribe now for tips on home, money, and life delivered straight to your inbox.