TALE OF THE TAPE

Tale of the Tape: Watch the World Cup at Home vs. Watch at a Sportsbook

The day is finally here! In just a few hours the World Cup will kick off from Brazil. But the question still remains, where’s the best place to watch the FIFA World Cup? Well, let’s find out in this tale of the tape.

Watch At Home
Watch At The Sportsbook
Family Move Into The Futuristic Research House Based In Sheffield
Supporters From Andy Murray's Home Town Cheer Him On During The US Open
TV
Yeah, we know, you are jazzed up about your 60" LED, LCD, LSD television with all the bells and whistles.
Winner They have projectors and screens that are taller than your house.
Ambiance
Nice couch, sweet surround sound, and your dog. Plus a side of selective hearing to turn off the Mrs.
Winner Thousands of fans waiting to jump up and celebrate like there's no tomorrow. You might even get hugged by some guy you've never met.
Food
Winner A fully stocked pantry, fridge full of beer, and an end table to put it all on. Oh, and... it's all FREE.
Free drinks if you bet enough, but food, that'll cost ya.
Restrooms
Winner No lines!
Nothing's better than discussing sports while urinating.
Postgame
Alexi Lalas' knowledge awaits you.
Winner If your teams wins, the celebration is just starting. If they don't, at least you can go gamble your sorrows.
Memories
Remember that time you watched that game with yourself?
Winner Remember that time you hugged that random guy after Landon Donovan scored against Algeria?

The Winner Is

Supporters From Andy Murray's Home Town Cheer Him On During The US Open
Winner Watch At The Sportsbook
4 out of 6

The World Cup only comes around once every four years, don't be a loner, enjoy it with others who love the beautiful game just as much as you do.

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