It's the moment of truth—the USMNT will face off against Germany, in hopes of getting advancing into the World Cup's knockout round. Of course, with the match at 12 p.m. ET, this means you'll have to watch secretly on your work computer. Or perhaps you've decided to take an extra long lunch and need our our Gothamist 2014 World Cup Venue Guide.

With 73 different bars, pubs, restaurants, and other unusual locations to take in the 2014 World Cup, there's something for everyone. Here's the map:

Remember: UMSNT coach Jurgen Klinsmann wants you to skip at least part of work to help cheer on the team—here's your work excuse note:

However, if you cannot leave your desk, WatchESPN will be streaming it as will Univision (more suggestions here).

Then again, there could also be delays because of insane flooding in Recife, though the stadium is apparently fine: