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World Cup watch party planned Monday

Posted June 15
Updated June 16

Here's a fun start of summer break activity for all the soccer players and fans out there:

WakeMed Soccer Park will host a free World Cup Watch Party for the match between the U.S. Men's National Team and Ghana in the FIFA World Cup in Brazil on Monday. Gates open at 4 p.m. with a McDonald's Fan Fest that includes Brazilian dancers, soccer jugglers and other activities. A full concessions menu will be available for sale.

The game starts at 6 p.m. The match will be displayed on the park's new 38-foot-by-20-foot videoboard in the south endzone. It's free and open to the public.

The RailHawks, town of Cary and Backyard Bistro are hosting the watch party.

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  • dwntwnboy2 Jun 16, 4:29 p.m.

    If i wasnt already going to another watch party, would have gone- sounds like fun. Its always more fun to watch a game with friends and a crowd all rooting for same team. When Duke or UNC make it to title games- we watch the games in a bar with lots of like minded folks- share the highs, share the lows- when ya scream at the ref's bad call at home, you scare the dog and the neighbors think there is a domestic fight going on, scream at the ref's call in a bar or crowd- odds are someone else is screaming with you!

  • scubagirl2 Jun 16, 2:25 p.m.

    The Brazilian dancers sound intriguing and all, but I've never understood the appeal of going to... View More

    — Posted by Super Hans

    not EVERYONE has HD, and not everyone would prefer to watch at home.

  • Super Hans Jun 16, 1:55 p.m.

    The Brazilian dancers sound intriguing and all, but I've never understood the appeal of going to a stadium to watch a match on a TV when you're got HD at home.

  • scubagirl2 Jun 16, 12:59 p.m.

    awesome! Wish they'd do that for ALL the games but USA is better than none.