SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — World Cup soccer fans in San Francisco will have another opportunity to view games outdoors at a public screening in Civic Center Plaza beginning Saturday morning.

The city’s Recreation and Parks Department has arranged the big-screen, outdoor viewings for the month-long free event, which will include other family-friendly activities such as mini soccer games, youth skills, face painting and photo booths.

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The first game on the schedule is Saturday, Greece vs. Colombia at 9:00 a.m. PT. Team USA will play on Monday vs. Ghana at 3:00 p.m.

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Viewing events are scheduled several times throughout the month of June. The semifinals on July 9 and the finals on July 13 will also be shown.

San Francisco-based Twitter and Visa, Inc. are among the companies underwriting the event.

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San Francisco has previously hosted viewing parties at Civic Center for World Cup and San Francisco Giants World Series games and Olympics events.