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The top 10 places to watch the World Cup Final in Toronto

Where to watch the World Cup Final in Toronto is an easier question to answer than at the outset of the tournament when it seemed that every bar in Toronto was showing the games in some capacity. Now the idea is to find your way to those places that best represent Germany and Argentina or to spots that will have a particularly good vibe for the big game. The following spots are selected for their affiliation to one team or the other and/or for the degree to which they'll prove a fan-friendly environment for the biggest game of the year. May your favourite team win.

Here are the top 10 spots to watch the World Cup Final in Toronto.

The Musket - Central headquarters for German fans this World Cup.

Das Gasthaus - There's no patio, but the scene indoors is positively rambunctious.

WVRST - Cheer on Germany in a sausage hall with plenty of communal tables.

Blue Danube - Where east end fans gather to cheer on die Nationalmannschaft.

Sky Ranch - Ground zero for Argentina supports (better camp out overnight to get in).

Valdez - appointed "Latino HQ" for the World Cup, go here if you don't head up to Sky Ranch.

El Rancho - El Rancho will serve as a rowdy overflow spot for Argentinian fans.

The Bristol - Indulge in the World Cup of pies while you watch the action go down this Sunday.

Cabana Pool Bar - Come for the huge screen, stay for the World Cup-themed bathing suits.

CBC viewing stations - Communal big screen viewing that's free and full of rabid fans.

Where do you plan to watch the World Cup Final? Let us know in the comments.

Photo by Jesse Milns


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