The 2022 World Cup is underway in Qatar, and everyone knows it is better to watch soccer surrounded by screaming fans.
Here are a few of the best places to watch the games in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The bars are packed every weekend with fans looking to support their favorite European soccer teams.
The Addison location was voted the #1 Pub in America to watch the English Premier League, so the World Cup be a big deal for the locations in Dallas, Colleyville and Addison.
Watch parties are scheduled for all three locations, but you have to get tickets.
FC Dallas announced that it will hold large watch parties for the USMNT's group stage games at Toyota Stadium.
Stars and Stripes supporters will be able to watch the games on the stadium's video boards and inside the Gallagher Club at the National Soccer Hall of Fame.
The watch parties will be free to attend, but you will have to register.
All U.S. Group Stage matches kick off at 1 p.m. with the doors opening at noon.
Arlington will be bumping for games this World Cup.
Texas Live! is holding free watch parties for all U.S. and Mexico games.
Watch-party guests will get some complimentary swag and a chance to win other prizes.
Globe Life Field
When Mexico squares off against Argentina in Qatar on Saturday you'll want to be at Globe Life Field in Arlington.
Estrella Jalisco is hosting a watch party for fans with beer, live music, DJs, big screens and special guest appearances.
The doors open at 11 a.m. for a 1 p.m. kick-off. You can go for free or buy a premium ticket for $11.
AT&T Discovery District
The AT&T Discovery District in Downtown Dallas is holding some exciting watch parties of their own.
You can watch some of the U.S. Men's National Team and the Mexican National Team's games on the 104-foot media wall in the District.
So far, they have announced watch parties for the U.S. game against England on Nov. 25 and the Mexico-Argentina game on Nov. 26.
There will be live music and giveaways.
If you go, be sure to bring a lawn chair (and probably a blanket).
Upper 90 on College
The Fort Worth sports bar in the Near Southside area was made for soccer.
The bar is asking people to show up early to show their support for the US team.
The pub is packed for Manchester United games and fans will bring that same energy to this Dallas pub.
The Uptown bar will have TVs playing every matchup throughout the tournament.
What better place to watch soccer, than a place where you can play soccer (and drink)?
Crossbar in Richardson will be showing the majority of World Cup games.
There will be free pickup and yard games, plus food and drink deals.
They also have high speed WiFi for people who want to "work" while they watch.
The Abbey Pub
The Fort Worth Irish bar and pub on West 7th says they are ready to make some memories for the 2022 tournament.
The bar shared video of US supporters doing the "I Believe" chant during a previous tournament to get people pumped for this year's tourney.
The Dallas bar will be showing all World Cup games for real football fans.
Harwood Arms will open 30 minutes before kick off every game that starts before 11 a.m.
They even have a full schedule for when they will be open.
Ojos Locos Sports Cantina
The Dallas restaurant chain is holding watch parties for Mexico's games.
The restaurant says the waitresses will be wearing their soccer jerseys from Nov. 14 to 20th to celebrate the tournament.
Peticolas Brewing Company
Peticolas Brewing Company is all in on soccer.
Known for their Match Day pale ale served at FC Dallas games the brewery is opening up for soccer fans to watch USMNT games.
The brewery has the watch parties listed on its Facebook page.
They have also released a new brew, Spar in Qatar, with peach, apricot and other citrus flavors.
The World Cup will be a big part of celebrations at Happiest Hour in Dallas.
The bar will be open for a number of key games that they've listed on their website.
You can pick up a beer tower or get bottle service while watching your favorite match.
Hopfusion Ale Works
Hopfusion Ale works in Fort Worth is going all out for the World Cup.
The brewery is opening early for a number of games.
They have a full schedule of their hours for the games on their Facebook page.
Real Madrid fans know Si Tapas well.
The Spanish restaurant is the place to enjoy tapas and Sangria while cheering on one of the world's biggest teams.
The restaurant will also be showing the World Cup, and you can expect to see a lot of red and yellow there.
Local Tap & Table
DFW sports fans have come to the area around the American Airlines Center for basketball and hockey games for years.
Now the restaurant and bar is looking to bring in soccer fans!
Local Tap & Table is a block away from the AAC in Victory Park, and it is located right on the Katy Trail.
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