Watching FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – France vs USA at La Maison Française of the Embassy of France in Washington D.C.

SOURCE: French Embassy in the U.S.

WHAT: FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – France vs USA

WHEN:Friday, June 25, 2019 from 3 PM – 5 PM

WHERE: French Embassy in the U.S.
4101 Reservoir Rd NW, Washington, D C 20007

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – France vs the U.S.

Mark your calendars! The big match between France and the U.S. is on Friday, June 28!

Join us at La Maison Française at the Embassy of France to watch the game and cheer for your team!

2:30 pm: Doors open

3:00-5:00 pm: Live broadcast of the match on our big screen

Free, reservation required. No parking inside the Embassy.

The name on the ticket MUST match the name on the ID

Don’t forget to wear blue, white and red!

Please read carefully the FAQs

1) When do the doors open at the Embassy?
The doors for this event will open at 2:30 pm.

2) Can I park in the Embassy parking lot?
Unfortunately, no. However, there is substantial street parking in the neighborhood. The Embassy is on the D6 bus route. We also encourage using ride sharing services.

3) Are there any items that are not allowed at the Embassy?

Yes. Please be advised that for security reasons, large bags or backpacks, animals, sharp objects, umbrellas, helmets, or any object considered dangerous by Embassy staff and security services will not be allowed onto Embassy grounds and will be confiscated at the entrance gate before the owner can be granted entry.

4) Can my children be admitted under my name?

Please be advised that the Embassy requires that every individual attending this event have a ticket that matches a valid piece of identification. Minors must provide their own ticket as well as be accompanied by a parent or adult of age.

5) For security purposes, the name on the ticket must match the name on the ID

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