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WATCH ITV’s World Cup 2014 Opening Title Sequence [VIDEO]

itv world cup 2014 title WATCH ITVs World Cup 2014 Opening Title Sequence [VIDEO]

One of the traditions of World Cup coverage on British television is a memorable and lengthy opening title sequence. It’s often a competition between the BBC and ITV to see who can create the better one.

For this year’s World Cup, ITV’s opening title sequence is certainly Brazilian. I’m still trying to determine whether I like it or not, but it’s certainly worth watching.

If it moves you one way or another, feel free to share your opinion in the comments section below.

SEE MOREReview of UK World Cup 2014 TV Coverage on ITV and BBC.

Mobile app users, watch the video here.

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One Response to WATCH ITV’s World Cup 2014 Opening Title Sequence [VIDEO]

  1. Jeff says:

    Compared to past World Cup’s & even BBC’s EPIC Euro 2012 opener – the titles for this World Cup by both the BBC & ITV are nice & well-produced, but underwhelming

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