KC Power & Light District to host Kansas City’s official 2022 FIFA World Cup watch parties

Sporting Kansas City and the Kansas City Power & Light District are partnering to host official World Cup watch parties at KC Live! and No Other Pub throughout the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar from November 20 to December 18.

Fans of all ages are invited to come cheer on their country alongside fellow soccer supporters and take part in a tradition that has earned Kansas City recognition as the Soccer Capital of America. Dating back to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, KC Live! at the Power & Light District has garnered international attention as one of the nation’s largest and most vibrant World Cup watch party locations.

KC Live!, the 25,000-square foot multi-level entertainment block in the heart of downtown Kansas City’s Power & Light District, will be the area’s premier watch party destination for United States and Mexico matches. World Cup broadcasts for both national teams will be shown live on the theater-sized LED screen, which stretches 40 feet wide and 18 feet high. Match commentary will play throughout the covered outdoor venue in English for USMNT matches and in Spanish for El Tri matches.

Tickets for admission to the watch parties are free and available to reserve in advance via SeatGeek at the links below. Entry to the events will be on a first-come, first-served basis beginning two hours prior to kickoff until venue capacity has been reached. Ticketholders are advised to arrive early and enter KC Live! via Walnut Street.

Group Stage Watch Parties in KC Live!

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In addition, No Other Pub will be open for all knockout round matches during the World Cup as well as group stage fixtures kicking off at 9 a.m. CT or later (excluding Thanksgiving Day) for indoor watch parties utilizing the venue’s 10 foot by 15 foot video wall and surrounding HDTV screens. Food and drink specials will be available throughout the World Cup – including $6 wells, $25 domestic beer buckets and 50% off nachos -- and attendees can enter to win giveaways including Sporting KC prizes.

Group Stage Watch Parties in No Other Pub

  • Nov. 20: Qatar vs. Ecuador (10 a.m. CT)
  • Nov. 21: Senegal vs. Netherlands (10 a.m. CT) | USA vs. Wales (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 22: Mexico vs. Poland (10 a.m. CT) | France vs. Australia (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 23: Spain vs. Costa Rica (10 a.m. CT) | Belgium vs. Canada (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 25: Netherlands vs. Ecuador (10 a.m. CT) | USA vs. England (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 26: France vs. Denmark (10 a.m. CT) | Mexico vs. Argentina (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 27: Croatia vs. Canada (10 a.m. CT) | Spain vs. Germany (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 28: Brazil vs. Switzerland (10 a.m. CT) | Portugal vs. Uruguay (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 29: Ecuador vs. Senegal | Netherlands vs. Qatar (9 a.m. CT)
    USA vs. Iran | England vs. Wales (1 p.m. CT)
  • Nov. 30: Tunisia vs. France | Australia vs. Denmark (9 a.m. CT)
    Poland vs. Argentina | Saudia Arabia vs. Mexico (1 p.m. CT)
  • Dec. 1: Croatia vs. Belgium | Canada vs. Morocco (9 a.m. CT)
    Japan vs. Spain | Costa Rica vs. Germany (1 p.m. CT)
  • Dec. 2: South Korea vs. Portugal | Ghana vs. Uruguay (9 a.m. CT)
    Cameroon vs. Brazil | Serbia vs. Switzerland (1 p.m. CT)

Located across from the T-Mobile Center at 1370 Grand Blvd., No Other Pub opened in 2016 as a one-of-a-kind sports bar and social lounge. The 21,000-square foot space features a full array of amenities and activities, including a gaming parlor with bowling, golf simulators, snookball, shuffleboard, foosball, ping pong, shufflepuck, darts, beer pong and billiards.

Among the many entertainment and dining options in the Power & Light District’s nine city blocks, fans will be able to gear up at Rally House, catch a movie at B&B in between matches and ride the KC Streetcar.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup will air live in the United States on FOX, FS1 and the FOX Sports App in English, as well as Telemundo, Universo and Peacock in Spanish. Click here for the full schedule of all 64 matches with broadcast information.

FIFA anticipates this year’s World Cup will once again reach a global television audience of over three billion people. The 2018 FIFA World Cup generated an average live audience of 190.5 million viewers per match across 210 territories worldwide.

Taking place quadrennially, the FIFA World Cup will expand from 32 teams competing in 64 matches at this year’s tournament to 48 teams playing in 80 matches in 2026. Kansas City is one of 16 cities across the United States, Mexico and Canada selected to host matches during the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Visit and follow KC2026 on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for all the latest news.