NASHVILLE – With the Group Stage winding down in the Women’s World Cup, Nashville SC is throwing two World Cup watch parties this week one on Wednesday at Fleet Street Pub and one on Thursday for the U.S. Women’s National Team match at Tailgate Brewery.
Wednesday’s World Cup match at Fleet Street, an English-style pub which shows soccer matches throughout the season, will feature the England vs. Japan match. Nashville SC defender Liam Doyle, a native of the UK, will be at Fleet Street to sign autographs and take pictures with fans. Fleet Street will offer 15% off Primm’s Cups, 15% off English Breakfast Martinis and 15% off all British draft beers.
There will limited Nashville SC Pride scarves for sale at Fleet Street that fans can wear to Nashville’s two upcoming matches at First Tennessee Park celebrating Pride Month, Saturday, June 22 and Wednesday, June 26.
On Thursday afternoon, the U.S. Women’s National Team continues it push for its fourth World Cup title with a match against Sweden, and Nashville SC will be back at Tailgate Brewery on Music Row for a watch party alongside the American Outlaws, the nationwide U.S. Soccer supporter’s group.
Tailgate Brewery will feature $4 beer flights and half-priced appetizers throughout the match. Nashville SC defenders Ken Tribbett and Taylor Washington will both be in attendance to take pictures and sign autographs. Pride scarves and USA-themed Nashville SC scarves will be available for purchase at the watch party.
For more details on the Women’s World Cup watch parties and other fun events in our Fan Jam Series, visit our Fan Jam home page here!