LA Galaxy to Host Watch Parties for Every U.S. Women's National Team World Cup Match
LOS ANGELES - The LA Galaxy will host watch parties for each of the U.S. Women's National Team's group stage games of the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019. The USWNT kick off the tournament today at 12 p.m. PT, with the viewing party set to take place at Tom's Urban at LA LIVE as the LA Galaxy celebrate the USWNT during the world's biggest soccer tournament.
The USWNT World Cup Watch Party Series kicks off as the U.S. begin their World Cup campaign against Thailand on Tuesday, June 11 at 12 p.m. PT. The U.S. will then face Chile on Sunday, June 16 and will finish off the group stage against Sweden on Thursday, June 20. Should the USWNT advance, the watch party series will continue for future U.S. matches.
Tom's Urban will feature drink specials during the watch parties, including LA Galaxy partner Angry Orchard. To help cheer on the USWNT, Galaxy Star Squad and the Galaxy's beloved mascot Cozmo will be in attendance for every match. All ages are welcome to attend this free event series.
DATE MATCH TIME (PT) LOCATION
Tuesday, June 11 United States vs. Thailand 12 p.m. Tom's Urban 1011 S Figueroa St B101 Los Angeles, CA 90015
Sunday, June 16 United States vs. Chile 9 a.m. Tom's Urban 1011 S Figueroa St B101 Los Angeles, CA 90015
Thursday, June 20 Sweden vs. United States 12 p.m. Tom's Urban 1011 S Figueroa St B101 Los Angeles, CA 90015
LA Galaxy Season Ticket Membership deposits for the 2020 Major League Soccer season are now available. Galaxy fans can go to www.lagalaxy.com/tickets/deposits to place their 2020 LA Galaxy Season Ticket Membership deposit for $50 per seat. In addition to visiting www.lagalaxy.com/tickets/deposits, fans can place their 2020 Season Ticket Membership deposit at the Dignity Health Sports Park by visiting Galaxy HQ at any LA Galaxy home game. Fans can also call 1.877.3GALAXY ( 342.5299) and press 2 when prompted to place Season Ticket Membership deposits.
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