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Where to Watch Uruguay vs. Panama - Copa América 2024 in Miami

The Copa América 2024 is just around the corner and promises to be an exciting showcase of soccer as some of the best teams in the Américas compete for glory. If you’re in Miami and wondering where to watch the Copa América Uruguay vs. Panama match at Hard Rock Stadium on June 23, look no further than News Cafe. Our iconic restaurant is the perfect place to catch all the action, offering a lively atmosphere, unbeatable deals, and multiple TVs to make sure you don’t miss a moment of the game.

 

Group Stage Highlights

 

The Copa América 2024 kicks off with an exciting lineup of group stage matches that are sure to captivate soccer fans. Here’s a quick look at the groups and their schedules:

 

Group A: Argentina, Canada, Peru and Chile will battle it out from June 20-29.

 

Group B: Mexico, Jamaica, Ecuador and Venezuela will compete between June 22 and 30.

 

Group C: The United States, Bolivia, Uruguay and Panama will compete from June 23 to July 1.

 

Group D: Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia and Paraguay play from June 24 to July 2.

 

Watch Uruguay vs. Panama at News Cafe

 

Join us at News Cafe on June 23 for the highly anticipated match between Uruguay and Panama. Here’s why News Cafe is the best place to watch the match:

 

  • Happy hour prices on drinks: Enjoy our special happy hour drink prices during the game. Whether you’re a fan of cocktails, beer or soft drinks, we’ve got you covered.

 

  • Social Media promotions: Follow us on social media to unlock specials, including $7 off all drinks! Don’t miss out on these exclusive offers to enhance your game-watching experience.

 

  • Multiple TVs: With multiple TVs strategically placed throughout News Cafe, you can catch every goal, tackle and save without missing a beat.

 

A Historical Perspective on the Copa América

 

The Copa América is not just a tournament; it’s a celebration of soccer history and culture. Started in 1916, it is the oldest international continental soccer competition. This year’s tournament continues the tradition of bringing together the best teams from North and South América, promising matches filled with passion, skill, and national pride. Watching these games in a historic venue like the News Cafe adds to the experience, connecting fans to the rich heritage of both the sport and the place.



Delicious appetizers to enjoy during the game

 

While you watch the game, treat yourself to our delicious appetizers:

 

Tomatoes & Burrata: Fresh Florida tomatoes, local burrata, truffle balsamic glaze, pickled onions & crispy basil

 

Truffle Fries: Parmesan, picked thyme & black truffle spread

 

Buffalo Wings: Aged blue cheese, fresh celery & carrot sticks

 

Chicken Lettuce Wraps: Chicken or Portobello Mushroom Glazed in Ponzu with scallion slaw, cucumber, carrot, Fresno chiles, sweet & spicy aioli, crispy rice noodles & fresh Boston lettuce wraps

 

Guacamole: Hass avocado, tomato, onion, serrano peppers & cilantro with crispy corn tortilla chips

 

Why Choose News Cafe?

 

News Cafe is more than just a place to eat; it’s a part of South Beach history. Since 1988, we’ve been a go-to spot for locals and tourists alike, offering a blend of delicious Américan-Italian cuisine and a vibrant atmosphere. Our friendly staff, extensive menu and prime location make it the perfect venue for any event, especially high-stakes soccer matches like the Copa América.

 

Plan your visit

 

Mark your calendars for June 23rd and join us at News Cafe to watch Uruguay take on Panama in what promises to be an electrifying match. Come early to secure your seat, enjoy our happy hour specials, and share the excitement of Copa América 2024 with fellow soccer fans.

 

Visit us at 800 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, and stay up to date on our latest promotions by following us on social media. We can’t wait to welcome you and make your Copa América viewing experience unforgettable!




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