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Where to watch USWNT in the World Cup Final on Sunday

Jill Ellis' team is looking to make it 4 World Cup wins for the USA.

The eyes of the world will be watching the likes of Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Julie Ertz as the U.S. Women's National Team shoot for immortality in Sunday's Women's World Cup Final.

Jill Ellis' team will kick off against the Netherlands at 10 a.m. Central at the Stade De Lyon, in Lyon, France.

You'll be able to watch the game from the comfort of your couch by watching on your local FOX channel, or Telemundo.

But if you're looking for a bigger atmosphere, here are some suggestions on where to watch the game in the Twin Cities.

The Brew Hall at Allianz Field, St. Paul

The sprawling brew hall at the home of Minnesota United will be open on Sunday morning for the game.

With beer flowing from its ridiculous 96 taps, it will open its doors at the north end of the stadium from 8 a.m., and you'll unlikely find a better view or more fitting setting for soccer in the whole of the Midwest. 

Brit's Pub, Minneapolis

While a decent chunk of its clientele would have been cheering for England in the semifinal against USA on Tuesday, the British pub can still expect to be a Mecca for USA fans on Sunday morning.

The bar is actually holding "Finals Day" that consists of the Women's World Cup Final at 10 a.m., the Copa America Final between Brazil and Peru at 2 p.m., and the Gold Cup Final between Mexico and the USMNT at 8 p.m.

It will have $5 specials on Heineken, Amstel Light, Newcastle, Strongbow and Dos Equis, and $6 specials on Absolut and Jameson.

La Doña Cervecería, Minneapolis

The recently-opened brewpub in the Sumner-Glenwood neighborhood west of downtown Minneapolis is a haven for soccer fans.

It too will be showing all three finals on Sunday starting with the Women's World Cup,  with doors to the bar opening at 8 a.m.

You can find it at 241 Fremont Ave N, Minneapolis.

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The Black Hart of Saint Paul

The pre- and post-game haunt for Minnesota United fans is an obvious place to catch the game. 

It says it will be opening at 9 a.m. Sunday to "cheer on President Megan Rapinoe."

It will then be showing the Copa America and Gold Cup Finals.  You can find it at 1415 University Ave W, St Paul.

Part Wolf MPLS

Under its previous name of the Nomad World Pub, the bar at 501 Cedar Ave. was a hotbed for soccer, and it's continuing that tradition under its new name, Part Wolf.

It will be opening its doors at 8:30 a.m. for the final, with two-for-one on draft Heineken and Strongbow.

Kieran's Irish Pub, Minneapolis

If you're sticking in downtown Minneapolis, Kieran's is always a popular spot for soccer fans.

It will be opening its doors at 9 a.m., an hour ahead of kickoff. You can find it at 85 North 6th St.

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