Thanks to the wonders of timezones and a World Cup in Russia, games are on early here in Music City. Want to go to a local establishment to watch with fellow fans? Here are the ones opening early.
Note: All of these are on the Soccer Bars in Nashville list – and I also tried some others that weren’t on the list, but none had special hours. Anything not listed here will likely be showing games, but is open regular hours or could not be reached.
|The Centennial||special hours||
10a for Mexico-Germany this Sunday, otherwise by request
|Belcourt Taps||special hours||24th for England (11a otherwise)|
|Tailgate Demonbreun||special hours||Normal hours opening at 11a – Maybe 10 for certain games with nothing specific planned yet|
|Pastime||special hours||Haven’t scheduled, but will be opening early|
|Fleet Street||special hours||This Thursday, 10am (Russia-Saudi Arabia), 7am Friday (Egypt-Uruguay), 10am Sunday (Mexico-Germany), 7am June 24 (England)|
|Franklin Abbey||special hours||UPDATE: Will be open for the vast majority of games, including the 5am France tilt.|
|Alley Taps||special hours||
UPDATE: Open for all games starting 10am or later
|ADDED: Bar Sovereign||special hours||Open for all games, focusing on England|
|ADDED: Plaza Mariachi||special hours||Open for all games (also: not technically a “bar,” per se.|
|ADDED: Bavarian Bierhaus||special hours||Open 8 a.m. June 30, July 1, July 7, July 14. 9 a.m. July 15|
For more details on these bars, check out the Soccer Bars in Nashville post.