By now, plenty of punters have told you where to watch the World Cup, but what about your team? Whether you’re rooting for the Blues (France) or the Red Fury (Spain), or you’re just looking for an excuse to chant “U! S! A!”, here’s where to watch the right game at the right place.

Café Argentino in Williamsburg is an authentic Argentinian steakhouse with a full bar and TVs for cheering on the boys in blue and white. 499 Grand Street, Williamsburg, 718-782-9477

Northern Territory, a Greenpoint newcomer, isn’t normally open during the day, but it’ll be serving lunch during all Socceroo games. Fosters on draft = how to cheer Australian. 12 Franklin Street, Greenpoint, 347-689-4065

Esperanto in the East Village is hosting a BBQ with drink specials especially for the Brazil v. Croatia game on June 12. Cheer on the host team (and the World Cup’s winningest), but careful with those caipirinhas. 145 Avenue C, East Village, 212-505-6559

Bogota Latin Bistro in Park Slope is serious about their Colombian cuisine, and the festive décor is sure to get you in the mood. While Los Cafeteros play, they’ll have $4 bottles of Cerveza Aguila and the “World Cup Colombian Sampler” for $16. 141 5th Avenue, Park Slope, 718-230-3805

Kafana in the East Village was packed during the 2010 cup, so get to the Serbian-Croatian meatery early if you want to snag a seat. 116 Ave. C, East Village, 212-353-8000

Gordon Bennett in Williamsburg is our favorite spot to watch the world’s oldest team (along with Scotland), though of course there’s no shortage of pubs like Nevada Smith’s, The Monro, Black Horse Pub. Try the dependable cottage pie and wash it down with one of the many tap beers that run the length of the bar. 109 S. 6th Street, Williamsburg, 718-599-9109

Bunna Café in Bushwick is celebrating the World Cup all month long, with specials on drinks and soccer-themed events. Munch on authentic, flavor-packed Ethiopian dishes, with plenty of vegetarian options and lots of Ethiopian beer. 1084 Flushing Avenue, Bushwick, 347-295-2227

Mominette in Bushwick will be projecting World Cup games in its beautiful backyard garden. They’ll also offer their oyster bar happy hour during games. 221 Knickerbocker Avenue, Bushwick, 929-234-2941

Loreley in the Lower East Side has 12 imported German beers on tap, and all the sausage and schnitzel you can stuff in your hole. They have five HD screens on which to watch the games, and outdoor seating, too. 7 Rivington Street, LES, 212-253-7077

Parmys in the East Village is an authentic Persian restaurant with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. They kick off their World Cup festivities on June 12, with beer, wine, and kabobs. 125 1st Avenue, East Village, 212-335-0207

Lil’ Frankies in the East Village will offer food and drink specials while the Italians do their best to tie Brazil for most championships of all-time. 19 First Avenue, New York, 212-420-4900

Ainsworth Park, in Union Square, is a bit north of the Little Tokyo, but it’s a solid bet: Japanese promotion firm O Planning is hosting meetups during the Samurai Blue’s games. There’s a $10 cover, but judging from the promo video at the top of this page, it’s going to be a blast. 111 E. 18th St., Union Square, 212-673-2467

Campeon in Union Square has 36—count ‘em—36 TVs on which to watch the Mexicans, who (fun fact) played France in the World Cup’s very first game, in 1930. They’ll have food and drink specials once the games begin. 9 E. 16th Street, New York, 212-675-4700 

Raizes Churrascaria in Greenpoint will offer its food and drink happy hour during every game. Try the empanadas and spicy yucca fries for a real Portuguese treat. They’re closed on Mondays, so plan accordingly. 139 Nassau Avenue, Greenpoint, 718-389-0088

Anyway Café in the East Village serves up stiff vodka drinks infused with flavors like black currant and lychee. And anyway, who wouldn’t want to watch the Russians, who’ll host the 2018 World Cup, with a bowl of borscht and a plate of stroganoff? 32 E. 2nd Street, New York, 212-533-3412

South Korea
Han Joo on St. Marks is the place to watch South Korea, the only Asian team to have reached the semis. Just don’t get so drunk on Hite that you burn yourself on the tabletop grill. 12 St. Marks Place, New York, 646-559-8707

Huertas in the East Village, which opened just eight weeks ago, will host viewing parties on Saturdays and Sundays, with a projector. To honor La Roja (current world champions) they’ll have specials on Spanish beer and pintxos, which are sort of like tapas served dim-sum style. 107 First Avenue, East Village, 212-228-4490

Cafe Select in Soho will be doing drink specials and serving its usual menu of Swiss-leaning fare. Toast the Blue-Yellow by hoisting a bottle of Quöllfrisch. 212 Lafayette St., 212-925-9322

Tabaré in Williamsburg is the clear pick here, with its steak-forward menu of Uruguayan staples. The first game, on June 14 at 2:30 p.m., finds La Celeste going up against Costa Rica. 221 S. 1st St., Williamsburg, 917-862-5014

The Grand Bar and Grill in Williamsburg serves up simple, delicious bar food and relatively inexpensive draughts and cocktails, too. They’ll show every game on their big screen, but be sure to catch USA v. Ghana on June 16. 647 Grand Street, Williamsburg, 718-782-4726