NYCFC Watch Parties Continue at Rockefeller CenterÂ® for World Cup Semi-Finals
New York City FC will host watch parties at Rockefeller Center® on Tuesday and Wednesday for both 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia semi-final matches. These events are a continuation of a series of watch parties the Club has hosted along with Telemundo Deportes throughout the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.
Over the course of the tournament, crowds of 1,000+ fans from all represented countries have gathered to watch the games in the iconic location in the heart of Manhattan.
Below you will find a schedule for Tuesday and Wednesday. Media are invited to attend, send a camera, interview fans onsite and capture b-roll of the excitement.
2:00 - 4:00 pm: World Cup Watch Party: France vs Belgium Semi-Final
8:30 pm: NYCFC Academy Watch Party
2:00 - 4:00 pm: World Cup Watch Party: England vs Croatia Semi-Final
7:00 pm @ Yankee Stadium: New York City FC vs Montreal Impact
***Note: Transportation can be arranged from the Watch Party to Yankee Stadium at an at-need basis
All Watch Parties to take place on Rockefeller Plaza (between 49th & 50th St, 5th & 6th Ave)
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