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2014 World Cup: Where to Watch USA Kick Belgium’s Waffled Butts

I’m pretty sure the working world of Dallas is going to come to a screeching halt around 3PM. That’s when the Round of 16 continues and USA meets Belgium. Here are some places to watch the game.

I’m pretty sure the working world of Dallas is going to come to a screeching halt around 3PM. That’s when the Round of 16 continues and USA meets Belgium at Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Bahia (Hi, Karen!).

D editor Bradford Pearson put the game in perspective last night on Facebook. He calls for a ban of all-things Belgian.

no waffles no brussels sprouts definitely no jean-claude van damme no chimay no tintin no in bruges no magritte no moules-frites. no. belgium.

Bradford’s assessment of the game:

The Belgian team is using four central defenders across its back line. If Fabian Johnson or other US players can exploit the outside defenders on that line, we have a chance to win. That said, Belgium is stacked with high-level, young Champions League talent. This will not be easy.

Here is a link to some establishments showing the game. I’ll also add:  FC Dallas is hosting a watching party at Victory Park. The party starts at 2PM right outside the AAC in the plaza. Also, the Dallas Cowboys are opening up AT&T Stadium where the game will be projected on one million screens (or something close to that.)  Parking lots open at 12:30PM, doors open at 1:30PM. Watching is free. Beer is not.

Here is a little film that will help you dislike Belgium which, for me, is hard to do. Roll it.

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