Launched in 2012, the WSOTP Soccer Pub Atlas is the web’s first and most comprehensive crowd-sourced, Google Maps-based soccer bar directory for North America! And we’ve launched a new effort to update every pub in the atlas — click here to help us out!
Built not only to help fans of the beautiful game find every soccer-friendly bar, pub, and restaurant in the US and Canada, it also provides essential information — hours, channels, supporters, and what’s on the menu — to help you choose the right spot for your watching needs.
With over 500 listings in 49 states (come on, Wyoming) and 5 provinces, the WSOTP Soccer Pub Atlas gathers information on all of our listings from soccer supporters like you. That way you have in-depth, first-hand information at your disposal, such as:
- Directions to each location.
- Whether they open for early kickoffs.
- Television/streaming networks available.
- Supporters groups that call the pub home, including special map markers for American Outlaws bars.
- Information on the beer and alcohol selection.
- Whether or not they serve food.
- General notes about the atmosphere.
- Social media contacts.
Know of a soccer bar that’s missing? See a listing that needs updating? Help out your fellow fans by filling out this quick form and we’ll update the guide in short order.
I am a Spurs supporter and will be visiting family in San Francisco when THFC will have a fixture against Chelsea. I plan on being at the Mad Dog In The Fog at 4:45 AM Pacific Time to watch the game. If I was at home I would be watching at 7:45. this is my life. What can I say. No offense, but, I cannot see how your directory can be anymore efficient then the one where I found where I can watch one of the most important fixtures for my side this season.
As a fellow Spurs supporter, I’m glad to see how dedicated you are to watching Spurs. I’m the same way whenever my travels take me out West! And while I’m glad you were able to find a location through other means, just think of this project as just another offering that provides a little more information. Who knows, maybe it will be useful for you in the future? Either way, thanks for stopping by and enjoy that match against Chelsea… COYS!
T0 update a listing I saw: Mavis Winkle’s in Independence, OH
TV’s ESPN’s, FSC, BeIN Sports… or any other method necessary to watch the USMNT.
Opens early for USMNT Matches (we’ve watched at 8:00am)
Comments: Bring the RUCKUS… and enjoy a “Bedoya Bomb”
Thanks for the tip! I’ve updated Mavis Winkle’s write up in the directory.
Great site! A couple of more corporate pubs in columbus that have the matches on would be The Pub-Polaris and Claddagh- Brewery District
Please rename to Football Pub Atlas…we have Dallas FC, Sounders FC, New York City FC,
There’s also Chicago Fire SC and Orlando City SC… so not everyone is adopting the football. And to be honest, calling it a “Football Pub Atlas” would create a lot of ambiguity between whether this is a map for “soccer bars” or “American football bars”.
Please update Chappy’s Tap Room & Grille
Supporter Groups: Manchester United Supporters Group of Dayton, USMNT
Beer Selection: Great selection of craft beers. One of the best in Dayton!
On the TV: FSC, FSC+, ESPN’s, BeIN, NBCSN.
Stranded in Las Vegas through the weekend due to the impending east coast snowstorm. Any suggestions where on the strip I can watch the Spurs vs Crystal Palace match this Saturday?
Zauber’s in Columbus, OH has the correct address but is in the wrong location on the map. Not sure if this is something we can even control, but figured someone thought it was worthy enough for a mention so may as well be in the correct location. Great blog boys, cheers.
My girlfriend and I are traveling to London over the Thanksgiving break and would like to cheer on the US National team while we’re there. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where we could go to find a US friendly pub to watch the games? If I wear my US Soccer shirt will I get my ass kicked?(-:
Scott – My husband and I are traveling with our kids to London for Thanksgiving this year too, and are trying to find a US friendly pub to watch the games as well! Have you had any luck in finding somewhere? I’d love to hear where Americans can watch with other Americans in London to cheer for the the US!