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Soccer On The Strip: Where To Watch the World’s Biggest Matches This Summer

Last updated: June 4, 2014 at 12:31 pm. Posted by in Gaming, Las Vegas Casinos, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 2 Comments on Soccer On The Strip: Where To Watch the World’s Biggest Matches This Summer.

The new TAG Bar & Lounge inside The Quad also features multi-hand blackjack hologram dealers.

The new TAG Bar & Lounge inside The Quad also features multi-hand blackjack hologram dealers.

Celebrate this summer’s sports extravaganza with Soccer on the Strip. Beginning Thursday, June 12 to Sunday, July 13, watch the world’s biggest matches live at a variety of bars and lounges. All outlets are guaranteed to show the matches at no cost. Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts’ Race & Sports Books will be taking bets for all soccer matches. Ready, set, bet!

TAG Lounge & Bar
TAG at The Quad Resort & Casino is the 24-hour center for all Soccer on the Strip matches, and will offer the complete Touchline Experience Package for $25 during all USA matches on June 16, 22, 26 and the semi-finals and finals beginning July 8. The Touchline Experience Package includes two free beers, a t-shirt and a raffle ticket to win a High Roller Package that includes a two-night stay at the Jubilee Tower at Bally’s Las Vegas, two show tickets to Jubilee, $200 comp dinner for two at BLT Steak and two High Roller observation wheel passes. The games will be featured on 40 high definition televisions, including two 80-inch screens, strategically placed throughout.

With more than 300 bottled, can and large format brews from the United States and around the world, TAG appeals to experienced beer connoisseurs as well as beginners, eager to broaden their palate. Each member of the TAG team is Beer Service Certified, making them the largest certified staff in the country. Approximately half of the beer selection showcases domestic brews from 17 states throughout the nation, and the other half of the menu features more than 25 imported beers from across the globe.

TAG also features hand-crafted beer cocktails, known as “hop’tails,” which offer a new take on beer and mixology, using fresh ingredients and an entire beer. TAG also showcases “pour your own” draft tables, using a self-serve system where guests are encouraged to pour as they see fit. Experience packages can be purchased at the Total Rewards center on the casino floor. Six other locations across the Las Vegas Strip will also be playing the live tournament matches and offer raffle tickets to the High Roller package.

O’Sheas Casino
Watch all the shenanigans on the soccer field at O’Sheas Casino located just off The Quad’s casino floor, at the heart of The LINQ. This Irish-inspired bar features 12 TVs to catch all the soccer action with great beer specials and live entertainment. In its heavily social and dynamic environment, enjoy more than 60 kinds of beer, table games and a lively outdoor bar.

Piano Bar
Make it the goal to have some outrageous, non-stop fun at The Piano Bar in Harrah’s Las Vegas during the soccer tournament games. Located just off the Strip, just a few steps from the action-packed Carnaval Court, The Piano Bar offers a full slate of live, interactive shows including Cook E. Jarr, Pete “Big Elvis” Vallee, a Dueling Pianos show and Rusty’s All-Star Las Vegas Karaoke.

Nosh on Yorkshire Ale Batter fish and chips while watching games at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. Photo by Erik Kabik.

Nosh on Yorkshire Ale Batter fish and chips while watching games at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. Photo by Erik Kabik.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
When award-winning chef Gordon Ramsay kicks, he scores. Like his Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill inside Caesars Palace, the most authentic English pub experience in Las Vegas. His 290-seat restaurant has plenty of room to watch soccer excitement on 23 TVs. The grill section of the restaurant features a relaxed and friendly setting with dishes including Scottish Salmon, Yorkshire Fish & Chips, and famous Sticky Toffee pudding or spotted dog for dessert. The pub includes 36 beers served on tap in addition to another 63 bottled beers.

Le Cabaret
Take a seat in this charming, garden-style Las Vegas lounge, Le Cabaret at Paris Las Vegas when you’re ready for some downtime from the soccer games. Sip cocktails and listen to DJs spinning tunes and live entertainment while you recharge in the comfort of velvet curtains, bistro tables and twinkling lights laced under the trees.

Keep up with the intricate soccer moves on field with iBar’s 18 TVs at the center of Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. It is the perfect spot to take in the rough and tumble soccer action as teams from around the world compete for the championship. The exciting space is the only spot to play games, watch videos and order drinks, all without leaving your seat. The tabletop touch-screens offer cutting-edge nightlife technology at one of the best places to experience the biggest soccer matches.

Extra Lounge
If you are able to take your eyes off the world’s greatest soccer championship, use them for some of the city’s best people-watching at Extra Lounge, a celebrity hotspot located just off the casino floor at Planet Hollywood. Grab a drink and settle in with one of the eight surrounding TVs to watch the USA matches.



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2 Responses

  1. I guess it will be really crowded during the final World Cup Match!

  2. I kept on missing all the good games. Not sure it was as good as the World Cup in South Africa