REMATCH: 4 places to watch the U.S. vs. Netherlands Women’s World Cup game in Birmingham

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American Outlaws Birmingham Chapter at Good People Brewing (American Outlaws-Birmingham)

For over a week, Birmingham soccer fans have been waking up early in the morning to watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ from Australia and New Zealand. How early? Most of the games kickoff at midnight 3:00AM and 5:00AM.

That all changes Wednesday night, when the reigning defending champion U.S Women’s National Team (USWNT) takes on The Netherlands, the 2019 World Cup finalists at 8:00PM

Looking for places to cheer on superstar Alex Morgan and dynamic newcomer Sophia Smith? 

Here is a list of Birmingham establishments showing the game.:

Good People Brewing 

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American Outlaws Birmingham Chapter at Good People Brewing (American Outlaws-Birmingham)

For years, Good People Brewing has been the home of the American Outlaws, the U.S. Soccer’s official supporters group. We asked Nic Gulas, one of the leaders of the Birmingham American Outlaws Chapter to describe why this game matters and fans should show up BIG Wednesday night.

“It’s not very often you get a World Cup Final rematch in the group stages.  It’s hard to beat an 8pm local time kickoff, so between time and opponent, this has the makings for a great turnout at Good People. We always see a steady increase in numbers for Women’s World Cups as the tournaments go on, but we would love to see numbers in the 300-400 range for such a massive game with implications on the rest of the tournament. ~ Nic Gulas

LOCATION: 114 14th Avenue S. Birmingham

Sol Y Luna

Sol Y Luna
Sol Y Luna. ( Hannah Chambley/Bham Now)

Earlier this week, Sol Y Luna over at Lane Parke in Mountain Brook Village christened their new party room. 

Be the first to watch a big game in their new space.

Come early, have some appetizers and dinner — and watch the US take on the Dutch. There will be drink specials and yes – they are keeping the place open an extra hour for everyone watching the match.

LOCATION: 920 Lane Parke Ct. Mountain Brook

Hi-Wire Brewing

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Hi-Wire Brewing in Birmingham (Hi-Wire Brewing Facebook)

One of Birmingham’s newest breweries, Hi-Wire Brewing Birmingham is crazy for the USWNT. Try their taproom and cheer on the USA.

LOCATION: 2901 4th Avenue South, Birmingham 



For 20 years, Rojo has been a place to gather around and watch World Cup soccer games. Wednesday night is no different.  The game will be available in the main room. Come early and secure a good seat.

LOCATION: 2921 Highland Ave. Birmingham

Have you been following the Women’s World Cup? Do you have a favorite place to watch the games? Let us know by tagging us on social media at @bhamnow

Pat Byington
Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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