Jurgen KlinsmannThe House of Blues Boston will be World Cup central one evening in late June.

The New England Revolution will host a 2014 FIFA World Cup watch party for the U.S.-Portugal game on Sunday, June 22 at the House of Blues Boston (15 Lansdowne Street). The World Cup Group G game will be shown on a large screen on the House of Blues stage.

The U.S.-Portugal game will be the second of three group-stage games for the Americans. They’ll go up against a Portugal squad that features FIFA Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo and other talented players.

Doors will open at 5 p.m. ET, and the game kicks off at 6 p.m. The event will be free of charge, but fans are encouraged to arrive early.

The first 200 people to enter the venue will receive a free “For Club and Country” scarf as a gift. There also will be a raffle/silent auction of signed soccer memorabilia, with all proceeds benifinting AmericaSCORES Boston.

Revolution players will be on hand as VIPs.

For more information, visit Revolutionsoccer.net.