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56 Places In LA To Watch The World Cup

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The FIFA World Cup takes place from June 12 to July 13, and Los Angeles is ready to watch. Bars and restaurants will be hosting various watch parties, and the city's tourism site at DiscoverLosAngeles.com has put together a list of all the places you can watch, based on the country you're rooting for.  To check out all 56 locations, check out this list on their website, or download their graphic guide.






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