Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant in Washington DC - The Official Pub of Real Fans for World Cup 2010

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June 11 marks the start of World Cup 2010 and the fans at Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant in Chinatown will create an unrivaled atmosphere befitting the biggest sporting event in the world. It's the fans that make the game great.

1 of 6 Best Soccercentric Bars in America

June 11 marks the start of World Cup 2010 and the fans at Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant in Chinatown will create an unrivaled atmosphere befitting the biggest sporting event in the world. It's the fans that make the game great.

Here’s what real fans need to know:

  •     Fadó will show more World Cup programming than anyone. All 64 matches live (even the early 7:30am matches) plus daily replays of the top matches for the hard core World Cup fans.
  •     More fans watch World Cup with more viewing occasions than the Olympics, the Super Bowl and the Oscars.... combined. And, despite being able to watch at home, fans will pack Fadó during World Cup because soccer is a sport best enjoyed in a great pub.
  •     Fans crowd into the pub over 100 days every year, to watch exclusive international soccer feeds from numerous countries (Ireland, England, Spain, Italy, Scotland, South America, Germany). No other soccer bar spends more on broadcast fees or opens earlier to show international soccer than Fadó.
  •     More international fans (English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian, Italian, Dutch, African and Greek to name a few) will come to Fadó to watch the World Cup than any other location in D.C.
  •     Even though you could watch at home on Fox, Fadó was packed last Saturday afternoon (May 22) for the most prestigious inter-league soccer match of the year, the Champions League Final (the global Super Bowl of Soccer). It's better to watch world class soccer with other real fans.
  •     For the much anticipated USA v England match on June 12 (see event details below), jersey clad customers will be hanging from the proverbial rafters. The party will kick off early that morning and last well into the evening.
  •     Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant in Washington, DC is an Official Soccer Bar of US Soccer. Fadó Seattle was voted 'Best Soccer Bar in the U.S.' by fans at USSoccer.com in 2010 and named “1 of 6 Best Soccercentric Bars in America” by GQ Magazine.
  •     Fadó serves more European draught beer and more Guinness than any other bar, restaurant or pub in D.C. A real fan watching the beautiful game needs the Perfect Pint.
  •     Fado has sponsored numerous local soccer clubs and soccer supporters clubs since we opened because we love the beautiful game.
  •     Throughout the tournament, Fadó will treat fans to a special World Cup menu with breakfast starting at $8 and lunch for just $12.95. Of course both can come with a pint.
  •     Fans can create their own World Cup fantasy league for free. They can start their own private competition or compete with everyone at the pub for pub cash prizes: http://fadowc.fantasyleague.com

Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12, World Cup Kick off Weekend!
Friday is the official start to the World Cup. Matches shown live at 10am and 2:30pm and live music to follow.
Saturday is a daylong party for the much anticipated England vs. USA match up. Pub opens at 7.30am on the 12th for the first of 3 World Cup matches. England vs. USA kicks off at 2.30pm. Live acoustic performance immediately following the game.

About Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant
Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant, located at 808 7th Street, NW, is a favorite of International, US, and MLS soccer fans. Fadó is a proud member of the Official US Soccer Bar program and is the city's go-to spot for English Premier League, USA Men's, Champions League, Scottish Premier League, World Cup and much more.

For more information go to http://www.fadoirishpub.com/washington/world-cup-2010-washington-dc
Media Contact: Ellen Peacock, marketing manager, 404.848.8433

Pub Contact: Ciara O’Neill, general manager, 202-789-0066

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