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December 4th, 2009 7AM
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[WORLD CUP 2010 DRAW]The countdown to the 2010 World Cup will begin in earnest with Friday's draw in Cape Town, South Africa. For information on viewing parties ...

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Arlington, Va.
Kitty O'Shea's, 2403 Wilson Boulevard, noon ET with American Outlaws DC.

Boston, Mass.
Game On! Fenway, 82 Brookline Avenue, for the viewing party hosted by the New England Revolution and adidas.

Boulder, Colo.
Rocky Mountain Soccer, 2767 Iris Avenue for the viewing party hosted by area soccer speciality store.

Chicago, Ill.
Globe Pub, 1934 W. Irving Park Road, 10 a.m. CT for the viewing party hosted by the Fire, adidas, Red Stars and Chicago Soccer.

Columbus, Ohio
Claddagh Irish Pub, 585 S. Front Street for the viewing party hosted by the Crew.

Dallas, Texas
Trinity Hall Irish Pub, 5321 East Mockingbird Lane, 11 a.m. CT for the viewing party hosted by DFW American Outlaws and FC Dallas.

Denver, Colo.
Fado Irish Pub, 1735 19th Street #150, for the viewing party hosted by the Colorado Rapids and adidas.

Eastsound, Wash.
Blanchard Manning LLP, 259 Mount Woolard Road, for viewing party hosted by Tim Blanchard and Peg Manning.

Houston, Texas
Wings N' More, 7620 Katy Freeway, for the viewing party hosted by the Houston Dynamo and adidas with Dynamo forward Dominic Oduro along with the Dynamo Girls and Glenn Davis.

Kansas City, Mo.
810 Zone Plaza, 4686 Broadway, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. ET for the viewing party hosted by the Kansas City Wizards and adidas.

Los Angeles, Calif.
ESPN Zone at LA Live, 1011 Figueroa Street, 9 a.m.-noon PT for the viewing party hosted by the Los Angeles Galaxy and adidas. (RSVP)

Lynwood, Calif.
La Huasteca Restaurant, 3150 E. Imperial Hwy. (Plaza Mexico), 9 a.m.-noon PT for Chivas USA's viewing party with Chivas USA players and the ChivaGirls. (RSVP)

New York, N.Y.
Nevada Smiths, 74 Third Avenue, 12-2:30 p.m. ET for the viewing party hosted by the New York Bulls, MLS, adidas and ESPN with ESPN's Rob Stone analyzing the draw and the band "The Group of Death" entertaining. (Information)

Philadelphia, Pa.
Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant, 1500 Locust Street, for the viewing party hosted by the Philadelphia Union and adidas.

St. Paul, Minn.
The Sweetwater Bar & Grill, 161 St. Anthony Avenue, At the Kelly Inn Best Western, Marion & I-94, 11 am CT.

San Diego
O'Brien's Pub, 4646 Convoy Street, 9 a.m. PT with San Diego American Outlaws chapter on hand for early opening. (Information)

Sandy, Utah
Rio Tinto Stadium, 9256 South State Street, for the viewing party hosted by Real Salt Lake and adidas.

Seattle, Wash.
George & Dragon Pub, 206 North 36th Street for viewing party hosted by the Seattle Sounders.

Washington, D.C.
Union Station, 12:30 p.m. ET for adidas' celebration with D.C. United's Jaime Moreno and U.S. national team midfielder Stuart Holden.



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