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Watch Party Saturday


It’s been about a month since the last watch party which means it’s time for another one! Join us this Saturday at Smokin’ Joes in the South Side to cheer on the Hounds as they head down to Old Guard Shield rival Charleston. Kick off is at 7. Party starts at 6. As usual there will be drink and food specials including a free round of the Golden Hound Ale after every Riverhounds goal. Don’t forget you must be 21 and older to attend.

See yinz Saturday!


GAMEDAY 9: Tampa Bay Rowdies vs Pittsburgh Riverhounds


Al Lang Stadium – 7:30PM

Watch: Locally – Pittsburgh CW, Elsewhere – ESPN+


REF: Mr. David Barrie
AR1: Mr. Walter Heatherly
AR2: Mr. Matthew Osterhouse
4TH: Ms. Janessa Gunn


TAM +175

DRAW +225

PIT +125

If, when last season ended, we had been told that between Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh, one team would be a bit of a trainwreck before the tenth game of the season, everyone would have shoved all their cash on the Hounds. But, here we are. The Hounds haven’t lost yet this season and Tampa Bay have just lost in their first Open Cup match, sacked…

Watch Party: Riverhounds @ Tampa – 5/19


It’s once again time to head to our new favorite back room bar at Smokin’ Joes! No matter what happens on Friday the match next weekend at Tampa is another big one against a perennial top team. We figure it’s a good match to get everyone back together at Smokin’ Joes. Keep your calendar clear, grab a friend, and come on down!

We’re still confirming the details on the start time and any specials, but we figure it’ll be similar if not the same as last time. We’ll update this post once we have them. Be aware it is a 7:30 kick off. Also, this will be a 21 and over event again. Apologies to our younger members.

See yinz there!


GAMEDAY 1: Nashville SC vs Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC


Nissan Stadium – 6PM

Watch: Locally – Pittsburgh CW (channel locator) Elsewhere: The YouTubes


REF: Mr. Leland Grant
AR1: Mr. Ryan Starr
AR2: Mr. Thai Huynh
4TH: Mr. Michael Smith


Via BET365

NSH: +125

Draw: +240

PIT: +162

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