When every nation’s leading soccer players take the field in Qatar in November for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the world will be watching.
Here in San Francisco, non-profit Street Soccer USA (SSUSA)is making sure of it. In partnership with the City of San Francisco, SSUSA is leading the production of a month-long, public screening series of World Cup matches in iconic downtown locations throughout the city. A World Cup Village of food trucks, local merchants, performances, activities, live music and more will be rising up around the jumbo screens.
The month-long World Cup programming kicks off on November 21st and concludes with the final match on December 18th, live-streamed and open to the public in iconic San Francisco locations: Civic Center Plaza, The Crossing at East Cut, Union Square, and JFK Promenade in Golden Gate Park.
Join us for this unifying global event that celebrates the cultural diversity and vibrancy of San Francisco.
The first series of games will be held on November 21-November 27.
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