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Arlington to Show Early World Cup Matches


The Arlington Theatre announced it is showing all 9 a.m. matches from the World Cup soccer tournament in Brazil on the big screen. The doors open at 8:30, and admission is free.

In the coming week, the early matches are Colombia-Greece (Saturday, June 14), Switzerland-Ecuador (Sunday), Germany-Portugal (Monday), Belgium-Algeria (Tuesday), Australia-Netherlands (Wednesday), Colombia-Ivory Coast (Thursday), Italy-Costa Rica (Friday), and Argentina-Iran (Saturday, June 21).

The U.S. team will play its last group-stage match at 9 am on Thursday, June 26, against Germany. There will be six early knock-out stage matches starting Saturday, June 28.

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