The STATE of Soccer in WASHINGTON
SEATTLE, WA — Who will the USA play first in the 2014 World Cup? We’ll all find out Friday December 6th when FIFA holds its draw. In Seattle, The American Outlaws will be meeting at the Atlantic Crossing to watch the event together live. The general public is invited.
2014 World Cup Draw— 7:30 AM, Friday, December 6th Atlantic Crossing 6508 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle, WA 98115
ESPN cameras will be there capturing the Seattle response live.
In the past the Atlantic Crossing has been the scene of some memorable moments for USA supporters.
RELEASE: A standing-room-only crowd of hundreds looked on inside of Seattle’s Atlantic Crossing Pub as Landon Donovan made American soccer history. Their reaction to Donovan’s miraculous stoppage time goal was broadcast to ESPN viewers across the country, thanks to the presence of ESPN cameras on hand for the viewing party that morning.
ESPN cameras will be back at the Atlantic Crossing this Friday, where the American Outlaws – Seattle Chapter and Golazo All Natural Beverages will be hosting the World Cup draw viewing party for the draw to the 2014 World Cup.
Doors to the Atlantic Crossing will be opened at 7:30 a.m., nearly four hours earlier than the bar usually opens.
Golazo All Natural Beverages will have giveaways and raffles. Atlantic Crossing will feature breakfast plate specials.
The Atlantic Crossing has been known to cater to the soccer supporter on previous occasions, opening as early as 5 a.m. for World Cup match viewing parties in 2010.
“A bar like the AC can cater to the soccer aficionado,” Chris Talamantez, AO – Seattle Vice President said. “It’s become branded. This is the bar where you want to watch the US national team. That is the place to be at because you will be surrounded with fellow US Soccer supporters.”
The American Outlaws Seattle will be going on their second world cup having become an official chapter of American Outlaws in 2010. Founded in 2010 by Colin Lamont, American Outlaws Seattle has burst onto the scene as one of the premiere chapters of American Outlaws. In June the Seattle chapter successfully hosted one of the best home field advantages the USMNT has enjoyed during its 2-0 victory over Panama at Centurylink Field.
Where: Atlantic Crossing – 6508 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115
When: 7:30 a.m – 10:30 am, Friday. December, 6, 2013.
Event Invitation: https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/524701397624339/