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Several breweries in Austin host Austin FC watch parties in coordination with its biggest fan clubs. (Austin Anthem/Twitter)

The sun is out, and thousands of Austin FC fans will be as well as Austin FC goes to Kansas to play Sporting Kansas City at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.

There's plenty of pub partners to choose from, but here's a few watch parties to help you get in on the action.

Los Verdes watch party at Hopsquad Brewing, 2307 Kramer Lane

Ol' faithful: Hopsquad Brewing is hosting its weekly watch party, complete with beer, food trucks and the possible release of a new michelada, in partnership with Austin FC fan club Los Verdes. Admission is free, but make sure to bring a lawn chair so you can watch from the brand-new LED screen.

Austin Anthem North at 601 Whitestone Blvd, Cedar Park

Austin Anthem's 1,000+ audience at watch parties have been legendary, but they're splitting the group into two this week. The North Watch party will be located at Whitestone Brewery, with $1 off discounts if you bring Austin Anthem's signature beer or wear Verde. Tater tots and tacos will be on the menu. RSVP here.

Austin Anthem East at Haymaker, 2301 Manor Road

Austin Anthem is returning to its roots at Haymaker Austin, where much of the group originated. Beer, sandwiches and more will be on the menu for all of East Austin. RSVP here.

Head to a bar near you

If none of these watch parties are quite the right fit for you, 31 bars will be streaming the match in the Austin metro as part of the Austin FC Pub Club.

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