Pittsford, N.Y. – Some of the seats at Back Nine Grill in Pittsford may be empty Saturday, but Sunday, good luck even finding a place to stand.
Staff at Back Nine Grill expects to fill up to capacity.
"If you're not here by 1 o'clock, I think you're going to be standing,” said General Manager Eric Jones.
That's why Robert Seawall and his brother came to the bar Saturday night hoping to reserve a seat.
"We figured Abby Wambach has a lot of friends and a lot of family and we figured people would be jumping on the bandwagon, coming to see what's going on, so we figured we'd better check it out first,” said Seawall.
Jones says don't bother calling ahead, because they expect to be so busy they're not taking reservations.
He says seating will be on a first come, first serve basis.
Jones says people are willing to do about anything to get a seat.
"I've gotten calls, I have people begging me, asking what can we do to come in at 10:30am and sit there and wait? We don't even open until 12,” said Jones.
The bar has not only generated a buzz locally, but also internationally.
Jones says ESPN and Japanese television crews are expected for the game.
"The center is around what Abby Wambach has been able to do, for her team and being an inspiration to young girls and women's sports out there and us being connected with that is a huge deal for us right now,” Jones said.
Jones says he plans to accommodate everyone by placing TV’s outside on the patio so everyone can watch the game.
The restaurant wants the game to be a family affair.
In addition to a buffet with plenty of food, there will be face painting for the kids.
The game starts at 2:45 pm.