Photos: Londoner Pub & Grill World Cup party

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Mark Jones, Chapter president of the American Outlaws: Baton Rouge, a club of U.S. Soccer Team supporters, cheers in amazement as Croatia scores an early first goal in Thursday's 2014 FIFA World Cup Soccer match against heavily-favored Brazil, as others including Zachary's Daniel Bergeron and wife Andrea Bergeron, Brazil fans, react in dismay, at The Londoner Grill Thursday. James Morales is at center, turning toward screen. He's wearing a specially designed scarf made for Red Stick members of the American Outlaws.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Zachary's Daniel Bergeron, left, and wife Andrea Bergeron jump into the air at The Londoner Grill, as Brazil scores its first goal to even the score at 1-1, on its way to a 3-1 win over Croatia duringThursday's 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer match. Jamey Townsend, of Baton Rouge, is at left, watching another television screen.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- A sign welcoming soccer fans to The Londoner Grill for Thursday's 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer match between Brazil and Croatia. With the start of the World Cup, soccer-friendly places like The Londoner are expecting big, lively crowds for some of the more high-profile matches.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Flags of many participating nations hang over the bar at The Londoner Grill, duringThursday's 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer match between Brazil and Croatia. With the start of the World Cup, soccer-friendly places like The Londoner are expecting big, lively crowds for some of the more high-profile matches.

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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Erica Heagy, one of the managers at The Londoner Grill, pulls a pint of beer for a customer, during Thursday's 2014 FIFA World Cup opening soccer match between Brazil and Croatia. With the start of the World Cup, soccer-friendly places like The Londoner are expecting big, lively crowds for some of the more high-profile matches.

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