Soccer fans are in heaven right now with the quality and quantity of games available on television and online. But the sheer number of options available can be overwhelming at times, especially when you’re trying to figure out what channel each game will be on.
To make things easier, World Soccer Talk has created a downloadable file for you to download and print from your computer, or save it to your computer, tablet or smart phone.
Download the World Cup TV schedule (PDF format).
Meanwhile, here’s background information regarding what the three main broadcasters are providing to sports fans in the United States:
ESPN 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 launched 24/7 coverage of the World Cup 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.