Oxon Hill, MD- What is considered to be the most anticipated match-up of the quarterfinals and of this year FIFA Women’s World Cup; The United States Women’s National Team will take on the Les Bleues(France).
At 3 p.m. on Friday, June 28 the National Harbor Waterfront District Plaza will be showing the match on the big screen. Following the match, enjoy Friday Night Happy Hour on American Way with live music and happy hour drinks.
Throughout the Women’s World Cup, National Harbor hosts viewing parties, food and drink specials and The Capital Wheel will sport its new custom-wrapped gondolas representing the 24 countries participating in the Women’s World Cup.
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