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Where to Watch the World Cup

Friday, May 31, 2002
   


    Landon Donovan and Brad Friedel The performances of the United States team, including Landon Donovan (top) and Brad Friedel, have been one of the biggest shocks of the World Cup. (Photo by Vincent Yu/AP)
The following establishments will continue to take advantage of the Asian time difference and show games in the wee hours of the morning. Many bars are showing the 7:25 a.m. matches live. See a television schedule, and check out -- any time -- washingtonpost.com's complete coverage of the World Cup.

District of Columbia
Lucky Bar -- Opening at 7 a.m. on game days. Will show all 7:25 games live, others on tape delay. View the bar's broadcast schedule on its Web site.

Capitol Lounge -- Opening at 7 a.m. on most game days. Will show 7:25 games live, others on tape delay. View the bar's broadcast schedule on its Web site.

The Diner -- Will show all games live, some on tape delay. Open 24 hours.

Engle's Diner -- Will show most games live. Open 24 hours every day except Wednesday.

Fado -- Will show Ireland matches against Germany (June 5) and Saudi Arabia (June 11) live, and all other matches on tape delay at 11:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Stetson's -- Will show all 7:30 matches live.

Maryland
Flanagan's Irish Pub -- No live matches, but will show every game on tape delay. View the bar's broadcast schedule on its Web site.

Roger Miller Restaurant -- Named after Cameroon's hero of the 1990 World Cup, the restaurant will show all matches, focusing on those involving African nations. Call for a schedule of live games.

El Patio -- Will show all Argentinean games live.

Virginia
Summers -- Will show all games live; Summers will be open 24 hours from May 31 through June 30.

Ned Devine's -- Will show most Irish, English and U.S. matches live, others on tape delay. Call for more information and a schedule.

Clarendon Ballroom -- Opening at 7 a.m. Will show 7:25 games live, others on tape delay.

Espresso -- Opening at 7:15 a.m. Will show 7:25 games live, and Portugal matches on tape delay.



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