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There’s few better times for soccer fans than World Cup season—and Atlanta soccer pubs and sports bars are joining in on the celebration.
Atlanta was recommended in the official bid submitted to FIFA to host the semi-final round of the 2026 World Cup. But it will be a long wait until we find out if we actually will host any games.
When Philips Arena finishes up its renovations this fall, the clubs and suites will feature a brand new menu from executive chef Joe Schafer. He chats about what to expect, from venison brisket sandwiches to fresh, beer-battered onion rings.
The Harlem Globetrotters play Philips Arena, Atlanta United has its home opener at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and Kaki King uses a guitar as an instrument and a video board.
Despite getting knocked out during the Major League Soccer playoffs, Atlanta United FC did not disappoint in its inaugural season, ending with a 15-9-10 record. We talked to coach Gerardo “Tata” Martino about his first year and what to expect next season.
“You feel a little bit like a one man show,” Nicki Collen says, contemplating her first few days on the job as the new head coach of the Atlanta Dream. “One woman show, I guess.”
Every Thanksgiving weekend Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia clash on the gridiron to resolve yet another battle in the 124-year-old rivalry described by author Bill Cromartie as “clean, old-fashioned hate.”
Aly Nussear, a Morningside physical education teacher, started the triathlon team last year and by spring had 57 kids competing in the swim, bike, run competition.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium teamed up with SCAD to curate its art collection, which features more than 180 works from 54 artists.
At an event at Lenox Square, we chatted with Matt Ryan about his long history with Banana Republic, favorite Atlanta food spots, and how he bounced back from February’s Super Bowl heartbreaker.