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Where to Watch the 2015 Women's World Cup in Atlanta

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The FIFA Women's World Cup, which kicks off Saturday in Canada, doesn't get as much global hype as the men's event, but that shouldn't be the case from an American perspective. The U.S. women are one of the best teams on the planet, and unlike the men, they have a chance to actually win the tournament. If you're planning on watching, why not join a large group of other soccer-crazed Atlantans? Here now, check out 13 local bars that will be all in for a month of the beautiful game.

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D.B.A. Barbecue

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D.B.A. will offer select pints for $2 during the games on June 8, and food specials will be available during the first week of the tournament. [Photo: D.B.A./Facebook]

Der Biergarten

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Der Biergarten has a nice patio, and the German restaurant/bar will run food and drink specials throughout the tournament. [Photo: Der Biergarten]

Diesel Filling Station

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Diesel will host viewing parties throughout the World Cup, and proceeds from Bud Light sales will be donated to local chapters of Soccer in the Streets and Sporty Girls. Look for other fundraising efforts such as raffles, foosball tournaments, jerseys and scarves for sale, and more. Photo: Google Images]

Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant Atlanta

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Fado has locations in Midtown and Buckhead, and will carry every game live. [Photo: Fado Irish Pub]

Meehan's Public House

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All five Meehan's locations will offer food and drink specials during every World Cup game. [Photo: Meehan's/Facebook]

Midway Pub

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An East Atlanta favorite, The Midway has a good patio and is a popular spot to watch U.S. games. [Photo: Yelp]

Padriac's

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If you're planning on watching in the Smyrna/Vinings area, you could do worse than the seven HD screens at Padriac's. [Photo: Google Images]

Park Bar

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Want to watch the U.S. women at an official U.S. Soccer bar? Park Bar is a fine choice. [Photo: Park Bar/Facebook]

Pub 71

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In business since 2008, Pub 71 has plenty of beers on tap and in bottles to go with its burgers and Irish cuisine. [Photo: Pub 71/Facebook]

Stats will offer buckets of Budweiser — five beers per — for $14 during the World Cup. [Photo:Stats/Facebook]

The Brewhouse Cafe

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Located in the heart of Little Five Points, Brewhouse might be Atlanta's best soccer bar. [Photo: Yelp]

The Elder Tree Public House

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The Elder Tree has a devoted soccer fan base and tasty Irish fare to match its decor. [Photo: The Elder Tree/Facebook]

The Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub

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With locations in Milton and Brookhaven, Olde Blind Dog offers beer specials anytime there’s a game, and that certainly applies during the World Cup. [Photo: Yelp]

D.B.A. Barbecue

D.B.A. will offer select pints for $2 during the games on June 8, and food specials will be available during the first week of the tournament. [Photo: D.B.A./Facebook]

Der Biergarten

Der Biergarten has a nice patio, and the German restaurant/bar will run food and drink specials throughout the tournament. [Photo: Der Biergarten]

Diesel Filling Station

Diesel will host viewing parties throughout the World Cup, and proceeds from Bud Light sales will be donated to local chapters of Soccer in the Streets and Sporty Girls. Look for other fundraising efforts such as raffles, foosball tournaments, jerseys and scarves for sale, and more. Photo: Google Images]

Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant Atlanta

Fado has locations in Midtown and Buckhead, and will carry every game live. [Photo: Fado Irish Pub]

Meehan's Public House

All five Meehan's locations will offer food and drink specials during every World Cup game. [Photo: Meehan's/Facebook]

Midway Pub

An East Atlanta favorite, The Midway has a good patio and is a popular spot to watch U.S. games. [Photo: Yelp]

Padriac's

If you're planning on watching in the Smyrna/Vinings area, you could do worse than the seven HD screens at Padriac's. [Photo: Google Images]

Park Bar

Want to watch the U.S. women at an official U.S. Soccer bar? Park Bar is a fine choice. [Photo: Park Bar/Facebook]

Pub 71

In business since 2008, Pub 71 has plenty of beers on tap and in bottles to go with its burgers and Irish cuisine. [Photo: Pub 71/Facebook]

Stats

Stats will offer buckets of Budweiser — five beers per — for $14 during the World Cup. [Photo:Stats/Facebook]

The Brewhouse Cafe

Located in the heart of Little Five Points, Brewhouse might be Atlanta's best soccer bar. [Photo: Yelp]

The Elder Tree Public House

The Elder Tree has a devoted soccer fan base and tasty Irish fare to match its decor. [Photo: The Elder Tree/Facebook]

The Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub

With locations in Milton and Brookhaven, Olde Blind Dog offers beer specials anytime there’s a game, and that certainly applies during the World Cup. [Photo: Yelp]

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