Division Street and Fullerton Avenue locations are showing all 64 World Cup games in HD and opening daily at 6 a.m. to do so—but even so, we weren’t quite prepared for the fervor of the chest-beating, day-drinking crowd our photographer found packing the Division outpost on Saturday, when the U.S. tied England 1-1 in the first round…">

Weekend Photos: Watching the U.S.-England World Cup Match @ Small Bar

Small Bar is serious about soccer—the Division Street and Fullerton Avenue locations are showing all 64 World Cup games in HD and opening daily at 6 a.m. to do so—but even so, we weren’t quite prepared for the fervor of the chest-beating, day-drinking crowd our photographer found packing the Division outpost on Saturday, when the U.S. tied England 1-1 in the first round…

Small Bar is serious about soccer—the Division Street and Fullerton Avenue locations are showing all 64 World Cup games in HD and opening daily at 6 a.m. to do so—but even so, we weren’t quite prepared for the fervor of the chest-beating, day-drinking crowd our photographer found packing the Division outpost on Saturday, when the U.S. tied England 1-1 in the first round. Browse Saturday’s range of emotions below, then hit the sack. You’ll need to get up early if you’re going to catch Tuesday’s 6:30 a.m. match pitting The Netherlands against Denmark.

 

Photography: Jeff Schear

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