Soccer fans, this one's for you. 

The FIFA Women's World Cup finale airs at 11 a.m. Sunday, and the U.S. team will be playing the Netherlands.

In addition, the U.S. Men's National Team will also be playing at 9 p.m. Sunday against Mexico for the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the men's title of North and Central America and the Caribbean

If you're looking to tune into both games, as well as find some camaraderie in the community, this isn't a comprehensive list, but here are some of the bars around town that will be airing the matches.

Three Lions Pub, Daniel Island 

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Margaly Dotson (center) was among the crowd at Three Lions Pub on Daniel Island watching the World Cup soccer match between England and Colombia in 2018. 

This 5,000-square-foot English Pub at the Daniel Island MUSC Health Stadium, which is home to The Battery, will be open early for the Women's World Cup finale. The bar features walls of soccer memorabilia, from signed game balls to jerseys and pendants from around the world. There will be five 80-inch TVs tuned into the action, and the area's biggest soccer fans will likely be gathering here, the only true soccer bar in Charleston. 

The Alley, downtown

One of downtown's top sports bars, the restaurant and bowling alley site will likely be packed on Sunday for the Women's World Cup match. That's good if you're looking to join a big crowd rooting on the U.S. team. It was filled up for the semi-final game and will be airing the finale at 11 a.m. In addition to watching the game, you can bowl, play arcade games or try your luck at Hoop Fever or skee ball. Every U.S. goal throughout the Cup will result in a spin on the new Alley Prize Wheel, which will determine the special until the next U.S. goal — or everyone could instantly win Alley Bucks.  

My Father's Mustache, Mount Pleasant 

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Arsenal fans sing after their team scored a goal at My Father's Mustache. 

Mount Pleasant's British pub My Father's Mustache will have the TVs tuned into the games Sunday. In addition to watching the action on the screen, you can also participate in some games of your own at the bar, from the outdoor bocce and cornhole courts to darts, air hockey, pool and shuffleboard inside. 

Madra Rua, Summerville

Though the Park Circle Madra Rua has been closed for a few months due to a fire, the mini-chain Irish pub in Summerville will be open and showing the Women's World Cup game. There will also be Sunday brunch along with traditional Irish eats like corn beef and cabbage and Irish soda bread. 

DIG in the Park, North Charleston

If you're in Park Circle, though, you can still catch the matches at DIG in the Park, which will have the games playing on the TVs inside and on the TVs around the outdoor patio and bar. 

Bay Street Biergarten, downtown

The games will be playing (with sound) on all the TVs at Bay Street Biergarten. Since it's Sunday, there will also be brunch with $15 carafe mimosas and Bloody Marys. 

McCann's Irish Pub, Mount Pleasant

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McCann's Irish Pub, with locations in Mount Pleasant and Seabrook Island, will be showing the match. 

Enjoy a pint at this Irish pub at the Mount Pleasant location while tuning into the games Sunday. McCann's in Mount Pleasant had the semi-final Women's World Cup match turned up on Tuesday during their half-price burger night, and they'll be open at 10 a.m. Sunday with drink and food specials. 

Uptown Social, downtown

One of downtown Charleston's newest sports bars with a slew of TVs set to matches around the world will be airing the games as well. Uptown Social will have the sound turned up and their Sunday special of $6 pitchers of lager (in the vein of Bud Light) and $7 carafes of mimosas or Bloody Marys. 

Charleston Sports Pub, West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, James Island, Summerville

All four area locations of the Charleston Sports Pub will be playing the Women's World Cup finale, so if there's one near you, it might be a good option to catch the much-anticipated game. There are also bottomless mimosas from when the bars open at 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. 

The Brick, downtown

Downtown's The Brick will be opening up early for the game on Sunday, and I was told they'll likely be unveiling their new menu called the "Brick-Fil-A" with a bunch of different chicken items on it. The World Cup match will be on the TVs and the main projector, with the sound turned up. 

Frothy Beard Brewing, West Ashley

If you're in West Ashley, you might head to Frothy Beard Brewing Company for some brewskis while you watch the games, which will be shown on the TVs. In addition to seeing the action unfold, you can also enjoy some on-site slices of Zombie Bob's pizza. 

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Kalyn Oyer is a Charleston native who covers arts and entertainment for The Post and Courier's Thursday edition, Charleston Scene. She used to write about music for the Charleston City Paper and Scene SC.