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3 cool things about World Cup madness in Minnesota

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MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - Plenty of people elect to become soccer fans for just a handful of days, but here's three Minnesota happenings going on for Thursday's FIFA World Cup U.S.-Germany match.

Germany beat the U.S. 1-0 but Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana means both the U.S. and Germany will advance, and the U.S. will play the Group H winner on Tuesday.

WATCH AT TARGET FIELD

Target Field showed today's game on the giant video board and concessions were open. Need to get out of work? U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has you covered.





BRIT'S PUB LINE

By 8 a.m., there was already a line outside of Brit's Pub in Minneapolis -- a particularly popular place to catch World Cup madness. Brit's announced on their Facebook page that they're certain to hit capacity before kickoff, and suggested viewers find an alternate location. Once the pub hits capacity, they will be enforcing a one in, one out policy.

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GERMAN AMERICANS ROOTING FOR WHO?

Germany and America come together at Minnesota German-style bars -- fans on both sides are watching at Gasthof's in Northeast Minneapolis, Glockenspiel in St. Paul and, fittingly, somewhere in New Germany, Minn.


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