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Catch The Soccer Finals On The Strip

Last updated: June 26, 2018 at 10:10 am. Posted by in Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Catch The Soccer Finals On The Strip.

It’s time! The moment soccer (or football as the rest of the world calls it) fans have been waiting four years for.

The world soccer final tournament runs from June 14 – July 15 and fans in Las Vegas can catch all of the action while enjoying drink specials and fun events at bars around the city.

Every four years, soccer fans gather to watch the big tournament, which pits 32 national teams against each other. Sixty-four matches will be played in 12 venues across 11 cities with the finals in Moscow.

The event is played in tournament fashion, with teams qualifying to move onto the next round of competition. It’s the single most prestigious and most-watched international soccer tournament in the world with more than half of the world’s population tuning in to view at least one game.

If you’re in Vegas during the world soccer finals, don’t worry – you won’t miss any of the action at these Las Vegas bars and sport books:

Where To Watch The World Soccer Finals

Watch the World Soccer Finals at Caesars Palace Sports Book

Head to the Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book for the soccer finals. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Caesars Palace

Drink Specials

  • Heineken and Dos Equis bottles for $8.50, drafts for $9 and buckets for $40
  • You-call-it Skyy, El Jimador or Knob Creek 16-ounce cocktails for $16
  • 14 Hands red or white wine for $11

The drink specials will be available at Spanish Steps, the Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book, the pool, Slice Bar and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. Slice Bar and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill will have all of the games on during business hours and will also be offering foosball.

Café Americano will also show the games and is offering $10 Jager Bombs and Caipirinhas.

Harrah’s Las Vegas

Drink Specials

  • $7 Heineken or Dos Equis
  • $13 Skyy & Red Bull
  • $12 El Jimador Margaritas
  • $14 Knob Creek Old Fashioneds
  • $10 14 Hands red wine

The drink specials will be available at all casino bars and at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill. Harrah’s pool will also be offering a special: Buy any bucket and get a Heineken free in June and July.

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Drink Specials

  • $7.50 Heineken or Dos Equis
  • $11 Skyy or El Jimador cocktails
  • $13 Knob Creek you-call-it cocktails
  • $11 14 Hands red or white wine
  • $5 Red Bull & Flavors

You’ll find these specials at all casino bars and at All American Bar & Grille.

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Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Drink Specials

  • $8 Heineken or Dos Equis (12-ounce glass bottles)
  • $35 mix & match bucket of five
  • $16 Heineken or Dos Equis + shot of Skyy or El Jimador
  • $12 Skyy Bloody Mary or El Jimador Bloody Maria
  • $15 Knob Creek cocktails
  • $12 14 Hands red or white wine

These specials are available in Extra Lounge and the Planet Hollywood Sports Book/Ringer Wings, Pizza & Sliders.

Extra Lounge will have seating for all games as well as foosball tables, soccer-themed photo ops and giveaways.

The sports book will also have photo opps, giveaways and special themed food.

The Scene Pool Deck at Planet Hollywood will feature foosball tournaments and a drink special: Buy a bucket of five Heineken bottles for $35 and get a sixth free.

World Soccer Final matches will be Live at the Bally's Las Vegas Race & Sports Book

Soccer matches will be shown at the Bally’s Las Vegas Race & Sports Book. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Bally’s Las Vegas

The Bally’s Sport Book will be decked out in soccer decor and will offer seating to view all of the games.

Drink specials include:

  • $8 Heineken or Dos Equis (12-ounce glass bottles)
  • $35 mix & match bucket of five
  • $16 Heineken or Dos Equis + shot of Skyy or El Jimador
  • $12 Skyy Bloody Mary or El Jimador Bloody Maria
  • $16 Skyy & Red Bull
  • $15 Knob Creek cocktails
  • $12 Four Hands red or white wine

The Blu Pool at Bally’s Las Vegas will also offer a drink special: Buy a bucket of five Heineken bottles for $35 and get a sixth free.

Drink specials will be offered at the Paris Las Vegas Race & Sports Book during the World Soccer Finals matches

Catch the soccer matches at the Paris Las Vegas Race & Sports Book. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Paris Las Vegas

The Paris Las Vegas Sports Book will be featuring soccer decor, koozie giveaways and all of the games with plenty of seating.

Drink specials include:

  • $8 Heineken or Dos Equis (12-ounce glass bottles)
  • $35 mix & match bucket of five
  • $16 Heineken or Dos Equis + shot of Skyy or El Jimador
  • $12 Skyy Bloody Mary or El Jimador Bloody Maria
  • $16 Skyy & Red Bull
  • $15 Knob Creek cocktails
  • $12 Four Hands red or white wine

The Soleil Pool will also offer a special: Buy a bucket of five Heineken bottles for $35 and get a sixth free.

Burger Brasserie will be offering a themed menu for the soccer finals. In honor of Mexico, they’ll be serving tri-tip flautas with cilantro lime slaw, blistered chili salsa, crema and cotija cheese for $10. For Argentina fans, there’s a flat iron steak sandwich with chimichurri for $12. Germany fans can indulge in beer braised bratwurst with sauerkraut for $9.

BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas will kick-off the semi-finals and final of the 2018 soccer world championship games with viewing parties starting on Tuesday, July 10. Viewing parties for the semi-finals will begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 10 and Wednesday, July 11. The viewing party for the final match will begin at 8 a.m. on Sunday, July 15.

BEER PARK will show the soccer games on dozens of high-definition TVs throughout the venue and offer live betting at the in-house sports book.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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