For soccer fans in the United States, trying to stay on top of where you can watch the World Cup on television and the Internet is like a part-time job. Luckily, we’ve done all the work for you so all you have to do is bookmark this page and keep on returning to it throughout the tournament.
First things first, here’s background information regarding what the three main broadcasters are providing to sports fans in the United States:
The self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports has assembled a world-class team of talent and commentators to bring you all 64 games live on television and Internet. More details can be found via the following links:
• ESPN announces hosts for World Cup TV coverage,
• ESPN names 4 additional analysts for 2014 FIFA World Cup,
• ESPN hire Jon Champion and Daniel Mann as World Cup 2014 commentators,
• ESPN announces studio team for World Cup 2014 coverage featuring Van Nistelrooy and Gilberto.
Spanish-language Univision Deportes will launch 24/7 coverage of the World Cup beginning June 9th with the most coverage the United States has ever seen. More details are just a click away:
• Univision president discusses World Cup coverage plans,
• Univision Deportes announces talent lineup for World Cup 2014 coverage,
• Univision Deportes to kick off 24/7 coverage of World Cup 2014 on June 9.
While ESPN Deportes do not have Spanish-language rights to the FIFA World Cup tournament, they do have Portuguese language rights as well as a number of other World Cup-related shows. See details below.
With that all said, here’s the complete TV guide for soccer fans in the United States who will be watching World Cup 2014:
World Cup 2014 Broadcast TV and Internet Schedule
Thursday, June 12
Brazil vs Croatia, 4pm ET
Friday, June 13
Mexico vs Cameroon, Noon ET
Spain vs Holland, 3pm ET
Chile vs Australia, 6pm ET