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Where to Watch Panama vs USA, Ghana vs Egypt & the World Cup Qualifiers On US TV & Internet

brazil worldcup 2014 600x331 Where to Watch Panama vs USA, Ghana vs Egypt & the World Cup Qualifiers On US TV & Internet

If you’re a soccer fan in the United States, you have a mammoth 29 live World Cup qualifying matches to choose from today, many of which have massive implications on what countries will be playing in the World Cup next summer.

First, if you want to watch Egypt, managed by Bob Bradley, take on Ghana today in the first leg of their World Cup qualifier, the match is being shown live on beIN SPORT. But if you don’t have access to beIN SPORT, there’s a new service called DishWorld (reviewed here) where you watch the network live via a desktop, Roku or smartphone for just $10/month.

If you’re at work, you can watch it from your desktop. Setup is a breeze.

Egypt are currently undefeated in World Cup qualifying, but face one of the toughest sides in Africa to get past. Will Bob Bradley get revenge for Ghana beating his US team in the 2010 World Cup, or will Ghana be victorious?

Second, tonight’s game between the US Men’s National Team and Panama is also only on beIN SPORT, so you can watch it live tonight with your subscription to DishWorld if you don’t have beIN SPORT on your cable or satellite system.

Third, there are so many other key matches today including England versus Poland, where a win for The Three Lions will guarantee them passage to World Cup 2014, as well as Costa Rica against Mexico where El Tri will be fighting for a win to try to qualify from the CONCACAF qualifying group.

Plus, there are so many more must-watch matches.

Here’s the TV and Internet schedule for viewers in the United States today:

Ghana vs Egypt, Noon, beIN SPORT, beIN SPORT Espanol and DishWorld
Israel vs Northern Ireland, 1pm,
Portugal vs Luxembourg, 1pm, ESPN Deportes, and
Azerbaijan vs Russia, 1pm,
Lithuania vs Bosnia Herzegovina, 1pm,
Greece vs Liechtenstein, 1pm,
Cyprus vs Albania, 1:30pm,
Turkey vs Netherlands, 2pm,
Hungary vs Andorra, 2pm,
Switzerland vs Slovenia, 2pm,
Romania vs Estonia, 2pm,
Latvia vs Slovakia, 2:10pm,
Bulgaria vs Czech Republic, 2:15pm,
Serbia vs Macedonia, 2:30pm,
Sweden vs Germany, 2:45pm, GolTV
Scotland vs Croatia, 3pm,
Belgium vs Wales, 3pm,
San Marino vs Ukraine, 3pm,
Montenegro vs Moldova, 3pm,
England vs Poland, 3pm, FOX Sports 1
Spain vs Georgia, 3pm, ESPN Deportes, and
France vs Finland, 3pm,
Uruguay vs Argentina, 7:20pm, beIN SPORT and DishWorld
Chile vs Ecuador, 7:20pm, beIN SPORT Espanol and DishWorld
Paraguay vs Colombia, 7:20pm, beIN SPORT Play and DishWorld
Panama vs USA, 9:30pm, beIN SPORT and DishWorld
Jamaica vs Honduras, 9:30pm, beIN SPORT Espanol and DishWorld
Costa Rica vs Mexico, 9:30pm, Telemundo
Peru vs Bolivia, 10:15pm, beIN SPORT Play

Read: World Cup qualifying preview.

Which matches are  you going to be watching today?

About Christopher Harris

Founder and publisher of World Soccer Talk, Christopher Harris is the managing editor of the site. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Guardian and several other publications. Plus he has made appearances on NPR, BBC World, CBC, BBC Five Live, talkSPORT and beIN SPORT. Harris, who has lived in Florida since 1984, has supported Swansea City since 1979. He's also an expert on soccer in South Florida, and got engaged during half-time of a MLS game. Harris launched EPL Talk in 2005, which was rebranded as World Soccer Talk in 2013.
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7 Responses to Where to Watch Panama vs USA, Ghana vs Egypt & the World Cup Qualifiers On US TV & Internet

  1. Mekias says:

    Any options to watch the Mexico game? They have to be still riding high after that fantastic bicycle kick in the waning minutes against Panama. I hope they make it to Brazil.

  2. Len F says:

    ESPN2 is going to be broadcasting from 2:30 to 5 pm supposedly going to all the various games that they have rights to.

    It’s listed as “World Cup Qualifying” in the program guide but I believe it’s the “whip around” format that they did on ESPN3 last week.

    • Christopher Harris says:

      Correct, it’s their Whiparound coverage, where they’ll chime in with scores from other games, and show highlights of the games they have rights to.

  3. San Fransiscan says:

    Thanks to yesterdays review about dish world. Subscribed today and watched it on my Samsung TV, and let me tell you that the On Demand option is amazing, you can watch any program that was shown in the past 7 days. Just perfect.

  4. Pakapala says:

    Thank you for this breakdown of the different TV channels showing the games today. It has been very valuable to me as I am off today.

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