I'm surprised there isn't at least one good footy bar in El Ay. Every big city has enough expats to support one, and most of the games kick off before the NBA, NHL & MLB do, so there is hardly any conflict. Especially not in the Pacific time zone. I can understand why most bars can't be arsed to open in time for a 7 AM kickoff, but there's gotta be enough of a supply of fans to support at least one.
A few weeks ago, Legends opened at 7:30 AM Eastern time for a League One match for fuck's sake. That's fucking dedication for you.
There's a few "English" / "Irish" pubs scattered around that you can find some of that expat crowd at but isn't the situation that you're describing w/ a game on every television. Now, there was a place down the road from me that had the last World Cup on a massive projection screen but that's a much larger (and profitable) event than the end of the EPL season. They weren't even open during Champions League games. There's also a Brazilian restaurant that shows matches on the tiniest tv possible.
It'd be good if there were a solid Italian place w/ tvs and beers like I had when living in NC. When the World Cup was in Germany we got seated by 8am, had the first pitcher by the time the game started at 9, and continued throughout the day. And did that the whole tournament. I didn't attend the final there though since I loathe the Italian team (Portuguese being a close second).
Anyway, should be a fun Sunday and looking forward to seeing how it shakes out.
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