Wondering where you can watch the game other than at home on your couch? Here are some of our top suggestions on where to watch Super Bowl 51 around St. Louis.
Twelfth Night, St. Louis Blues, Reel Big Fish, Harlem Globetrotters, Star Wars at First Friday, Winterfest at the Arch, and more. This weekend in St. Louis.
Ronda Rousey makes her long-awaited return to the UFC octagon tonight as she fights Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Wondering where can you watch it around St. Louis? We have you covered. Options include the largest screen in St. Louis at Ballpark Village as well as options in St. Louis County, St. Charles and the Metro East.
Goodbye 2016, Hello 2017! If you have yet to prepare for the biggest party of the year, check out all of the fabulous New Year’s Eve events around St. Louis and choose where you want to forget your last hours of 2016 and ring in your first hours of 2017.
Saint Louis FC is on the road again this weekend as they take on San Antonio FC on Saturday in a United Soccer Leage (USL) match. The match will kick off at 7:30 pm central at Toyota Field. Saint Louis FC is currently 7-11-9 (30 points) on the season while San Antonio FC is 9-9-8 for 35 points.
Saint Louis FC is on the road this holiday weekend as they take on FC Cincinnati at Nippert Stadium on Monday afternoon. Kickoff on September 5 is set for 3:30 pm CST.
Saint Louis FC is back at World Wide Technology Soccer Park this Wednesday to face Oklahoma City Energy FC in the club’s second-to-last home game this season. Kickoff for the Wednesday August 31st match is scheduled for 7 pm.
Saint Louis FC is back at World Wide Technology Soccer Park this weekend to face San Antonio FC with the playoff hopes for both clubs on the line. Kickoff for the Saturday August 27th match is scheduled for 7:30 pm.
Saint Louis FC takes on the Swope Park Rangers this Sunday night in a United Soccer League match at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City. Kansas.
The St. Louis Cardinals are hosting an event next week that will allow fans to interact with former Cardinals greats Jim Edmonds, David Eckstein and Randy Flores as well as get pictures with the 2006 World Series Championship trophy.