Williamsburg Bars: Where to Watch World Cup Soccer

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Can’t get enough World Cup action? Stop by these Williamsburg bars to catch the 2014 FIFA soccer games on the big screen.

Spike Hill (now closed)

This friendly, wood-panelled pub near the Bedford Avenue L stop will be showing all of the games (from June 12–July 13) as a projection wall and on high-def TVs, including coverage from Brazil. You’ll find a nice selection of Single Malt Scotch and beer on tap. (184 and 186 Bedford Ave. at North 7th St., Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-218-9737; Subway: L to Bedford Ave.; Website: www.spikehill.com)

Baby’s All Right

Two large monitors bring you the FIFA goodness at this kitschy bar, also serving up drinks themed to honor Brazil, England, and Nigeria. (146 Broadway, Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-599-5800; Subway: J/M/Z to Marcy Ave; Website: http://babysallright.com)

Berry Park

Join a boisterous crowd to cheer on your team at this hip beer hall near McCarren Park. They show up to two games at once on a mega scale and have a great menu and pick of draft beer. In between plays, you can have a quick match on the foosball tables. (4 Berry St., Wiliamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-782-2829; East River Ferry to N. Williamsburg; Subway: L to Bedford Ave.; Website: http://berryparkbk.com

Croxley’s Abbey

An offshoot of the Long Island ale house chain, this new sports bar features numerous big screens for prime World Cup viewing. Plenty of burgers and wings are on hand to keep you energized. (63 Grand St., Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-387-4290; East River Ferry to N. Williamsburg or S. Williamsburg; Subway: L to Bedford Ave or J/M to Marcy Ave. Website: croxley.com)

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