HARRISON, N.J. (November 17, 2022) – New York Red Bulls and The Port Authority of NY & NJ have teamed up to bring the 2022 FIFA World Cup to 2 large screens streaming live at the World Trade Center. This free and open to the public event will include BULLevard activations, freestylers, giveaways, and much more, the club announced today.
"Our club looks forward to celebrating the 2022 FIFA World Cup with our passionate supporters and fans of the beautiful game," said Marc de Grandpre, General Manager, New York Red Bulls. "Soccer has the unique ability to bring communities together and we look forward to congregating at The Oculus and other local destinations to watch what will be the focus of the entire sporting world. Our excitement for the upcoming World Cup 2026 in North America is palpable and will serve as an extraordinary opportunity to continue growing the game."
The FIFA World Cup Viewing Events are a continuation of The Port Authority’s ongoing partnership with New York Red Bulls to activate the World Trade Center campus with various community events which have included a Red Bulls Viewing Party in September 2021 and a Season Opener Launch event in March 2022.
The viewing parties will stream all games from December 3 to December 18 at North Oculus Plaza and 2WTC Plaza, located at the intersection of Church Street and Fulton Street in Downtown Manhattan.
“We are excited to partner with the New York Red Bulls to host viewings of the 2022 FIFA World Cup on the World Trade Center campus,” said Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton. “We are delighted to provide an iconic venue for soccer fans to gather together to share the excitement of the 2022 World Cup by screening the games as part of our campus’ programming.”
The schedule of dates and times that the activations will be taking place are as follows:
Round of 16: December 3 to December 6 (10 a.m. ET & 2 p.m. ET)
Quarterfinals: December 9 & December 10 (10 a.m. ET & 2 p.m. ET)
Semifinals: December 13 & 14 (2 p.m. ET)
Third Place Match: December 17 (10 a.m. ET)
World Cup Final: December 18 (10 a.m. ET)