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Fans cheer at a Los Verdes watch party at Armadillo Den earlier this month. (Claire Partain/Austonia)

For its seventh straight week on the road, Austin FC is facing its toughest challenge yet in West Conference giants Seattle Sounders this Sunday at 8:30 p.m.

No need to fear with a beer in hand, however. Grab a friend and a drink and head to any of these Austin FC watch parties to watch the club compete in their biggest underdog battle yet.


Austin FC official watch party, Lustre Pearl South, 10400 Menchaca Rd.

If you're looking to get the party started 9+ hours before the match begins, head to Lustre Pearl South for Austin FC's official watch party on Sunday. Doors open at 11 a.m., and be sure to be there early as parking and space is limited.

Los Verdes watch party, Hopsquad Brewing 2307 Kramer Lane

If you're looking for the elusive single-match Austin FC tickets after they sold out in just minutes, head to Los Verdes watch party at Hopsquad Brewing to get your name in a raffle for the match against Colombus Crew SC on June 27. The raffle goes to LGBTQ+ program Out Youth, and the watch party comes complete with food trucks and brews as well.

Austin Anthem watch party, Oskar Blues 10420 Metric Blvd.

If you're looking for an all-day soccer frenzy, head to Austin Anthem's watch party, where three back-to-back matches will begin at 6 p.m. before ending with Austin FC. Beer, BBQ and burgers will be around as fans watch the USMNT vs. Switzerland match (1 p.m.,) Philadelphia Union vs. Portland Timbers match (6 p.m.,) and Austin FC vs. Seattle Sounders match (8:30 p.m.).

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