Where to Find Jordan vs Uruguay World Cup Playoff Match Live On US TV and Internet; 10am ET Kickoff

luis suarez uruguay Where to Find Jordan vs Uruguay World Cup Playoff Match Live On US TV and Internet; 10am ET Kickoff

Uruguay plays Jordan today in the first leg of their World Cup playoff to determine which team will qualify for World Cup 2014 in Brazil.

For viewers in the United States, the match kicks off at 10am ET today on One World Sports and DishWorld. The second leg will be played in Uruguay next Wednesday.

Programming note: For viewers in the United States, Jordan vs Uruguay is being shown exclusively on One World Sports and DishWorld, while the return leg (next Wednesday) will be shown live on beIN SPORT, beIN SPORT Espanol and DishWorld. Even if you don’t have a TV subscription to One World Sports or beIN SPORT, you can access those channels via online streaming service DishWorld for $10/month. Read our review of DishWorld. And sign up for DishWorld via their website. Signup takes just a couple of minutes.

One World Sports can be found on television on DISH Network only on channel number 9794. One World Sports is also offering a free stream of the game on its website at http://www.oneworldsports.com/watch

Today’s game is being played at the Amman International Stadium in Jordan.

Starting line-ups:

Jordan: Shatnawi, Aqel, Mustafa Ali, Zahran, Al-Dumeiri, Al-Murjan, Baniateyah, Abu Hashash, Al-Laham, Hayel, Abdlmahmoud

Uruguay: Martín Silva, Maximiliano Pereira, Diego Godín, Diego Lugano, Martín Cáceres, Egidio Arévalo Ríos, Nicolás Lodeiro, Cristian Rodríguez, Cristhian Stuani, Luis Suárez and Edinson Cavani.

Jordan have never qualified for the World Cup before, while Uruguay has won the World Cup twice and has been champions of South America a record 15 times.

Before, during and after today’s game, join the conversation with soccer fans who are watching the game in the comments section below.


6 thoughts on “Where to Find Jordan vs Uruguay World Cup Playoff Match Live On US TV and Internet; 10am ET Kickoff”

    1. It’s looking like a comfortable win for Uruguay. 2-0 at the half, and they should be able to close the game out now.

      1. Bloody hell, this commentator likes to talk a lot. He needs a co-commentator alongside him to break up his discussions.

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