World Cup brings out the American Outlaws

As the official supporters group of the U.S. Men's National Team, the American Outlaws have made a name for themselves during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Founded in 2007 by three soccer fanatics in Lincoln, Nebraska, American Outlaws has more than 20,000 members in 135 chapters nationwide. Check out what makes the Kansas City chapter special with this feature from FOX 4.

The USMNT continues its World Cup run on Tuesday against Belgium in the Round of 16 (3 p.m. CT, ESPN). You can bet the American Outlaws will be in attendance for the watch party hosted at KC Live! in the Power & Light District. Admission is free for all ages, and food and drink specials are available for supporters, as well as limited edition “For Club and Country” merchandise. 

The Mosaic Lounge (1331 Walnut St.) in the Kansas City Power & Light District will also host a watch party for Tuesday’s match. Guests ages 21 and up will have access to four domestic beers, a private cash bar, indoor/outdoor viewing spaces with televisions and projectors and a viewing area overlooking the KC Live! Block. Tickets for the game are $20 and can be purchased online. Doors open to Mosaic one hour prior to the match and close one hour after.