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Where to Watch The World Cup Finals in Miami

Germany VS Argentina

The ParkJockey Miami team has put together a list of the top spots to catch this Sunday’s World Cup Finals based on your country allegiance –

If you bleed celeste y blanco…


Why? Whether you’re at their location in Brickell, Aventura or Key Biscayne, you’re promised to be surrounded by flocks of Messi-wearing jerseys screaming obscenities at the multiple screens. If you get a chance to eat in between all of the chanting, the Novecento salad is a personal favorite.

To secure your Brickell parking for Sunday’s game in advance, click here.


Why? Located in what is commonly referred to as Little Buenos Aires, Manolo is the meeting point for all things Argentine – whether it be protesting the government or chowing down on some empanadas and sandwiches de miga. Rest assured, if Argentina wins, the streets will come to an absolute standstill as fans flock to the streets.

If you bleed black, red and gold… 

Hofbräu Beer Hall

Why? If your wife or girlfriend isn’t as into soccer as you are, she’ll be fully entertained ringing up your credit card at the many shops up and down Lincoln Road.

Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

Why? We’re in Miami – our German bar options are limited but this place is sure not to disappoint. Check out the scene here when Germany played Ghana.

If you’re from one of the countries that didn’t make it…

Watch The Cup in Wynwood

Why? 35,000 square foot space housing a 240” Jumbo LED Screen, the kids will have a great time playing “Pool Ball” – essentially an enlarged pool table with soccer balls you kick for points.

To secure your Wynwood parking for Sunday’s game in advance, click here.

Wherever you allegiance lies – Argentina or Germany, South America vs. Europe, Sunday’s game promises to be one hell of a match!



World Cup in Chicago

parking-football-soccerThe World Cup is an international football competition organized by the members of Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) founded in 1904. It is the most widely viewed and followed sporting event in the world. This year is the 20th World Cup, hosted in Brazil from June 12th to July 13th. There are a total of thirty-two teams participating at twelve different stadiums across Brazil.

The World Cup is heating up all over Chicago. On June 26th, Grant Park will be hosting USA’s final group match against Germany. Each event will feature ESPN’s live feed of matches displayed on giant 19’-by-33’ high-definition screens and will include look-ins on the fans gathered in Chicago. Admission is free and open to the public the only thing you will need to purchase is your parking. Fortunately for you, we have very affordable parking a block away located at 111 N. Wabash. Book now & enjoy the World Cup!