With the 2020 UEFA Soccer Championship in full swing (June – July), now is the best time to cheer on your favorite team with your mates. Whether you have been a longtime fan of the sport or you are looking to check out a game for the first time, Hibernia Soccer Bar NYC is the BEST place to see and feel the thrill of the game.
So, let’s say you’re new to watching European soccer. What can you expect to experience when you visit a Soccer Bar in Manhattan?
As a newcomer to the Soccer Bar NYC scene, you might find that the game, the fans and the experience is definitely different than what you might have noticed if you watched American college soccer or American pro soccer at a soccer bar in Manhattan.
Here are some things to expect when you catch a game at a Soccer bar in NYC:
- A Tie Game Isn’t Necessarily a Bad Thing
Most American sports games don’t end in a tie, so it may seem strange that soccer games most definitely can. Watching your team win a game is, of course, the ultimate goal (no pun intended), but when soccer teams tie, that’s ok too!
- Amazing Beer, Food, Cocktails & Fun
One thing that Hibernia Bar is known for is its vast array of draught beers, cocktails, and delicious appetizers. When you go to Hibernia Soccer Bar NYC to watch a game, make sure you enjoy a delicious Guinness (perfectly poured) and a plate of our tasty, loaded nachos.
- Best Dressed Fans
When you visit Hibernia Soccer Bar in Manhattan to enjoy the UEFA, don’t be surprised if you feel like you’re actually at the game. Hibernia Bar soccer fans are hardcore and believe that dressing the part not only brings good luck to their team, but it makes a bold statement as a fan! A little face paint and colorful garb makes the soccer bar experience that much more flavorful.
- Ongoing Celebrations
Getting a goal in soccer is harder than it is to make a 3-point shot in basketball or a touchdown in football. With soccer, games can be low scoring, so when someone does make a goal, be prepared for the soccer bar crowd to go wild!
- That shot was “So Close!”
When a soccer player attempts a shot at the goal and it’s batted away by the goalie, it’s seen as “so close!” The fact that the attempted shot was close enough to warrant the goalie intercepting it, is worth a few cheers.
- Accessorizing with Scarves Isn’t Just For Harry Potter
If you’re new to the soccer bar NYC experience, you’ll notice a lot of people wearing scarves at the actual games and in the soccer bars. The scarf is a common accessory for soccer fans, and they will proudly wear them in support of their team, even if it’s 90 degrees in the shade.
- What Did He Say?
Listening to the commentators during an NBA or NFL game can be quite annoying. Sometimes it seems like they talk, just to talk. I mean, we all love Joe Buck, but come on man…sometimes silence can be golden! Well, soccer announcers are much less annoying. While they do still talk during the game, they tend to make what they say more important and interesting, so fans will take the time to tune in to hear what they say.
- My Team Rules. Your Team Doesn’t
When you visit a soccer bar in Manhattan to watch the EUFA Championship, you can expect to see some real-life team rivalries. European countries tend to have a deeper connection to their soccer teams than smaller cities might to their basketball teams. When a countryman loves his/her team, they really LOVE their team.
Come experience a UEFA game at Hibernia Soccer Bar NYC!
The best place to catch the 2020 UEFA European Championship is at a soccer bar in NYC. There is no mistaking that the atmosphere will be fun and exciting and will really add to your enjoyment of the game. If you are looking for a great place to go, Hibernia Bar is the best soccer bar in Manhattan and we welcome new fans to come in, have a drink, catch a game, and have a great time with both new and old friends!