Where to watch the World Cup in Kansas City? No Other Pub, Sporting KC’s World Cup headquarters

Thirty-two teams. Thirty-two days.

From the opening match on June 14 to the final on July 15, No Other Pub in the Kansas City Power and Light District downtown will be Sporting KC’s World Cup headquarters throughout the 2018 FIFA World Cup this summer.

Watch Party Schedule: 2018 FIFA World Cup at No Other Pub

No Other Pub will open early at 9 a.m. on World Cup matchdays to show 54 of the 64 matches live from Russia on the venue’s 10 foot by 15 foot video wall and surrounding HDTV screens with broadcast audio playing on the sound system from kick off to final whistle. Food and drink specials will be available during each day’s World Cup watch party and attendees can enter to win giveaways including Sporting KC tickets.

In addition, guests can play the World Cup update on EA SPORTS FIFA 18 inside No Other Pub along with the full array of other amenities and activities available in the bar’s gaming parlor: bowling, golf simulators, snookball, arcade games, shuffleboard, shufflepuck, foosball, ping pong, darts, beer pong and billiards.

No Other Pub, located at 1370 Grand Blvd., opened in 2016 as a one-of-a-kind sports bar and social lounge in the heart of Kansas City’s premier dining and entertainment destination. The 21,000-square foot space includes free Wi-Fi and mobile charging stations for customers.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will air live in the United States on FOX (38 matches) and FS1 (26 matches) in English, as well as Telemundo (56 matches) and NBC Universo (8 matches) in Spanish. Click here for more details on TV, streaming and radio coverage.

FIFA estimates three billion spectators will watch this year’s World Cup across the globe. The 2014 FIFA World Cup was seen by an estimated 195.9 million viewers in the United States, including a record-setting audience of 34.4 million for the 2014 final between Germany and Argentina.