Thousands of soccer fans gathered in sports bars, churches, restaurants, pubs, football clubs and makeshift viewing stands all over Southern California on Saturday to watch the World Cup soccer match between Mexico and South Korea.
The game kicked off at 8 a.m. and is being broadcast locally from Rostov-on-Don, Russia, about 600 miles south of Moscow. Here are some of the places you can watch the game.
Mexico, which upset reigning champion Germany in its June 17 match, is favored to win. History is not on Mexico’s side, however, because it has not won back-to-back matches at a World Cup since 2002.