for some of us, the word ‘football’ does NOT conjure up ‘dawgs,’ ‘falcons,’ or any other animal

you may not know this but the us soccer federation ranked the brewhouse cafe on moreland in little 5 as one of the five best soccer bars in the country. pretty sweet, huh?

well if you want to know why (and don’t think because you went to a world cup match you’ve got it) it’s because the atmosphere in there for a big english premier league match is absolutely amazing. I have watched a ton of manchester united matches there, but there is nothing like the electricity in the brewhouse for a big match.

knowledgeable fans, screaming and hollering, people on the edge of their seat everytime a superstar striker touches the ball near the goal. yeah, its awesome.

i would like to invite all of you who have never experienced top-notch professional soccer out to watch the fa community shield at 10 am on sunday, august 13 at the brewhouse. the shield pits the previous season’s fa cup winner against the previous seasons premier league champions and this year it is two of england’s most storied and best franchises going at it; chelsea and liverpool. a ton of storylines that make this an amazing match and rest assured it will be a top-notch 90 minutes.

so remember. brewhouse cafe in little 5. 8/13. football (the kind with the round ball.) you’ll get hooked so bad you won’t even remember what a ‘dawg’ is

2 Comments so far

  1. Margaret - UGA (unregistered) on July 30th, 2006 @ 11:31 pm

    no chance there – Football (with the oval ball) is so ingrained it physically hurts. But awesome!!!

  2. james (unregistered) on August 2nd, 2006 @ 3:32 pm

    eh yeah – i am convinced they condition you all in the cradle in some sort of nefarious aldous huxley-brave new world style mind-bending.

    still experience the amazement of an arsenal-manchester united match when 100’s of millions around the world stop to watch.


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