We’re just a few days into the World Cup 2014, and it’s already getting REAL out here in Brooklyn. With over 150 nationalities represented in Brooklyn’s 71 square miles, you’d better believe that there are plenty of places around the borough to watch what’s going down in Brazil.
Here are our top picks for where to get your soccer on in Brooklyn, based on who you’re rooting for.
Italy: Scopello (Fort Greene)
Venezuela: Caracas Arepa Bar Brooklyn (Williamsburg)
Russia: Russian Bath of NY (Gravesend)
Colombia: Bogota (Park Slope)
Nigeria: Buka (Clinton Hill)
France: Bar Tabac (Boerum Hill)
Australia: Sheep Station (Park Slope)
South Africa: Madiba (Fort Greene)
England: Black Horse Pub (South Slope)
Trinidad: Janelle’s (Prospect Heights)
No matter who you’re supporting, you can watch under the Archway of the Manhattan Bridge [GMAP]. That’s right — once again, the DUMBO Improvement District is collaborating with ESPN and Rooftop Films to bring you over 60 hours of competition under the Archway.