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World Soccer Talk Reveals Extensive World Cup 2014 Coverage Plans

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The excitement is building for FIFA World Cup 2014, and we’re excited to share with you our coverage plans for what we expect will be the most watched tournament in the history of the sport.

World Soccer Talk will be bringing you the most complete and remarkable content throughout the entire tournament. We’ll be bringing you the news, analysis and opinion from around the world, so that World Soccer Talk will be your one place to visit for everything you need to know about the World Cup.

Our World Cup 2014 coverage plans include:

1. A comprehensive Everything You Need to Know About the World Cup guide, which gives you all of the information you could possibly need — everything from TV schedules, where to listen to games on the radio, previews of all 32 teams, resources such as how to pronounce player names, and much more — all in one place on one convenient page. The guide will be updated daily throughout the tournament. You can bookmark it at

2. We will be bringing you breaking World Cup news, opinion and analysis 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the tournament. We’re pleased to announce that Kartik Krishnaiyer will be the World Soccer Talk managing editor for the nightly content on the site, while Christopher Harris will be the World Soccer Talk managing editor for the daily content. Between the two of us, we’ll have all bases covered.

3. World Soccer Talk will have writers in Brazil — from Belo Horizonte to Salvador — reporting on the World Cup experience from everything including training camps, to what’s happening in the streets as well as the passion in the stadiums. Our aim is to bring you a unique perspective of the tournament from World Soccer Talk writers such as Juan Arango and Jameson Lam, who will be in Brazil.

4. Today, we’re launching World Soccer Talk’s World Cup Fantasy Game, where you can select an all-star starting XI from among the players on all 32 teams. There’ll be daily cash prizes available as well as a free version to test your fantasy skills. The game is free to register.

5. For the complete World Cup experience, be sure to follow World Soccer Talk on social media where we’ll be posting different and unique content across our Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest and Fancred accounts. In order to make sure you don’t miss out on anything World Cup related, be sure to follow us across all of those pages.

6. If you’re on a mobile or tablet device, stay connected to all of the World Cup news throughout the tournament. Our website is mobile and tablet friendly, so when you visit the site using your device, it’ll give you a mobile-friendly experience. Plus, we have the free World Soccer Talk app for iOS and Android devices, where it’ll bring you all of the latest news, audio, video and more.

7. In addition to our World Cup content, we’ll be keeping a close eye on the TV coverage from all of the major networks from around the world. We’ll be bringing you the latest news, analysis and critiques of how well (or not) ESPN, Univision, BBC, ITV, SBS and ESPN Deportes are doing, which is always a popular feature on our website during the World Cup.

We look forward to serving you during the World Cup and bringing you a ton of great content and much more. Thanks always for your loyalty.

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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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6 Responses to World Soccer Talk Reveals Extensive World Cup 2014 Coverage Plans

  1. Tony Butterworth says:

    Most importantly, will we still be able to learn about Championship teams 3rd strip for next season while the WC is on ??? LOL :)

  2. Abdirahman says:

    Any one an idea “World feed” commentry team?

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