This Friday, June 3 sees the beginning of the Copa America Centenario as the USA play host to Colombia in the opening game at Levi Stadium in San Francisco at 9:30pm EST.
After that, the games come thick and fast and only heat up more as Euro 2016 kicks off the following Friday, June 10 with France playing Romania in the opening game at 3pm EST.
Our Football Factory locations will all be showing every game live, including the 9am Euro games, so be sure to check our live games page for a full list of every game that’s on. Also, learn more about our bus trip to the USA v Paraguay game on June 11 in Philadelphia HERE.
We guarantee you the best atmospheres in whichever location you choose, so learn about them a little below and we’ll hope to see you at The Football Factory throughout the summer!
Here’s where to watch …
Smithfield Hall – 138 West 25th St, between 6th & 7th Ave.
Smithfield Hall is already host to many supporters clubs that will help bolster the turnout for certain Euro and Copa games, but regardless almost every game here should have a good atmosphere. Smithfield Hall also recently expanded, almost doubling in size, so this is the perfect chance to take advantage. Keep a special eye out for USMNT games here as they always provide a packed house.
Carragher’s – 228 East 39th St, between 7th & 8th Ave.
Carragher’s has been a great home for Liverpool fans since opening in 2015 and was recently featured on ESPN FC, but throughout the Copa, Euros and beyond they will be catering to soccer fans of many different backgrounds. Their latest expansion, named ‘The Team’ will be open in time for the start of the tournaments so be sure to go check it out.
Bar 43 – 4306 43rd St, at 43rd Ave, Sunnyside, Queens, NY.
In such a diverse neighborhood as Sunnyside, Bar 43 is sure to have a great atmosphere for many games throughout both tournaments in June. The USA v Colombia game on Friday, June 3 is certain to pack the place out, and with TV’s now available outside in the sidewalk cafe, you’ll have options inside and out for your tournament viewing needs. Look for strong Irish support too in this area, especially should they manage a result against Sweden on June 13 at 12pm.