Allez les Bleues! Allez les Bleues! After a sluggish overtime win over Brazil on Sunday (2-1), the French team will compete in the World Cup quarter-finals on Friday, June 28 at 3pm (ET) where they will play against the United States.
Here is a list of bars that broadcast the game in New York.
FIAF will welcome fans from both teams in its Skyroom on Friday from 2:30pm on. The match will be broadcast on a giant screen accompanied by drinks and snacks. The event is free of charge. You can reserve your spot here. — FIAF Skyroom, 22 East 60th Street.
It’s one of soccer fans’ favorite spots in New York. OCabanon will broadcast the Bleue’s quarter-final Friday game also on a giant screen, in what will once again likely be a hyped-up atmosphere. — 245 W 29th St, (646) 669-7879.
Félix, the French restaurant in SoHo, also knows how to set the mood and is expecting crowds on Friday for the French team’s match. — 340 W Broadway, (212) 431-0021.
The District: New York’s big French market will put out some French specialties and several screens to make sure you don’t miss a single second of the match. — 225 Liberty St, (212) 981-8588.
The new Coco Bistro will be showing the match. — 233-235 Front St, (212) 346-9090.
The French of the Upper West Side can meet at Café du Soleil, which will broadcast the match to meet the needs of the city’s French fans (and their clientele). — 2723 Broadway, (212) 316-5000.
On Friday, Smithfield Hall, used to welcoming fans of the Olympique de Marseille, will don the blue-white-red jersey for the France-US game. — 138 W 25th St, (212) 929-9677.
For a less French-centered atmosphere, visit the Football Factory at the Legends Bar in Midtown, home to New York soccer fans. — 6 West 33rd Street, (212) 967-7792.
The indoor sports complex Socceroof is looking forward to Friday’s quarter-final. The game will be broadcast on a giant, rooftop screen with a breathtaking view of Manhattan in the background. Several French and American soccer clubs will also be present at the event. Participants are invited to wear either French or American colors and are encouraged to cheer loudly for their team. The afternoon will start at 1 p.m. on the fields with good-natured pick-up matches and games. Free admission to watch the game, $10 at the door for pre-game activities. — 14b 53rd St 3rd floor, (917) 909-0114.
The French of Cobble Hill can meet at Bar Tabac, which never misses an opportunity to broadcast French soccer games. — 128 Smith Street, (212) 923-0918.
The other 5v5 football center, SoFive, will also broadcast the France-USA game on Friday in its new complex located in East New York, easily accessible from Manhattan with the L line. — 2015 Pitkin Ave, (347) 745-7544.
The other SoFive complex, located in Carlstadt, will also broadcast the match. — 2 Palmer Terrace, Carlstadt. (201) 345-5434.