The US Men’s National soccer team plays its biggest game tonight since its 2010 World Cup Round of 16 game against, you guessed it, Ghana.
Tonight will be an opportunity for revenge for the US, while for Ghana, it’s an opportunity to establish itself as one of the leading soccer nations in Africa.
The coverage begins at 5:30pm ET/2:30pm PT, but where can you find the game on television and online, whether you’re at home, work or at a bar watching the game?
Here are all the details:
Ghana vs USA, 6pm ET
For ESPN, the commentators will be Ian Darke and Taylor Twellman.
Here are more details regarding the TV coverage of the World Cup in the United States:
• World Cup TV schedule on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC,
• Schedule of ESPN TV commentators for FIFA World Cup 2014; June 12-19,
• Preliminary TV coverage plans from ESPN,
• 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,
• ESPN banks on TV ratings in appointment of Ian Darke over Martin Tyler for World Cup,
• ESPN to debut virtual presenter technology in its World Cup 2014 coverage,
• ESPN Radio to stream all 64 World Cup games live online and radio.
• World Cup TV schedule for all 64 games on Univision,
• 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.
• TV schedule for World Cup games on ESPN Deportes (in Portuguese language),
• ESPN Deportes announces details regarding World Cup coverage plans,
• ESPN Deportes adds Hugo Sanchez to its World Cup coverage lineup,