The World Cup Isn’t Over!
Sure, the U.S. team has been eliminated, but we’re proud of our guys and will continue to support them, and the sport of soccer in general, here at Tellus360. And come August, you can bet we’ll be screening English Premier League games.
But, the World Cup isn’t over. We still have one more week, and we’re partnering with American Outlaws: Lancaster to make it a good one.
In fact, we’ll be showing the two semifinal games this Tuesday and Wednesday as follows:
- Tuesday, July 8 – Brazil vs. Germany, 4pm
- Wednesday, July 9 – Netherlands vs. Argentina, 4pm
As always, we’ll have the games on the big screens, and we’ll have our usual drink and food specials for you.
Then we’re going to switch things up on Saturday, July 12. Tellus360 will be fielding one of 8 teams in our own local version of the World Cup at Red Rose Arena. Other teams will include American Outlaws: Lancaster, our neighbors at Annie Bailey’s, and Lancaster City FC. The games will run from 10am to 4pm, and then everyone is invited back to Tellus360 for the afterparty to end all afterparties.
In addition to watching the 3rd place match at 4pm, we’ll have drink and food specials, plus a concert that evening featuring New Sweden and Lavacave. Oh, and of course we’ll have an awards ceremony for our own little tournament. Who do you think will win??
Then it’s on to the finals. Sunday, July 13th we open at 11am, and we expect a crowd for the 3pm game, so get there early. We’ll have a special Session Sunday Jam with our friend Corty Byron which will start at 1pm.
Make sure you bring your appetite as we’ll be featuring some great food and drink specials, and might even have some Brazilian Sangria and beer on the menu. And while our boys are no longer in it, we want to honor the U.S. Men’s Team and celebrate how well they played by having everyone come out in their red, white, and blue. If you wear your U.S. gear, you’ll get 20% off of your food orders!
So let’s do this. Let’s pack out the house a few more times and show the naysayers that soccer is here to stay!
Photo Courtesy: Ken King Photography