To coincide with the World Cup beginning June 12, Univision has announced details of its 24/7 coverage of World Cup 2014 that will beamed across the United States. Along with airing all the 64 matches in the competition throughout their networks, Univision Deportes will begin live coverage of the tournament in Brazil starting June 9, providing analysis to preview the World Cup.
Univision Deportes promises viewers a more intensive World Cup experience than they ever had before, through first-ever 24/7 coverage of the tournament, including live broadcasts of 56 matches, informative and entertaining World Cup specials, new morning and nighttime shows devoted entirely to the FIFA World Cup, and daily special editions of the network’s regular sports commentary programs, airing live from Rio de Janeiro. Univision Deportes will have original and/or live programming for 17 consecutive hours a day, from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. ET, highlighted by extended live pre-game shows for each match, with “Fútbol Club Desde Río” serving as the first live show each night to recap the action from each day. All live coverage will originate from Univision Deportes’s three set locations in Brazil.
Below is a guide to the original programming that will be provided during the tournament on Univision networks.
“Súper Estadio Brasil” (Brazil Super Stadium) Monday to Sunday at 8:00 a.m. ET/7:00 a.m. CT/5:00 a.m. PT — This unique morning show will report daily up-to-date news and information live from Rio de Janeiro.
“Fútbol Club – Desde Río” (Fútbol Club – From Rio) Monday to Sunday – For times, please check local TV listings or visit UnivisionDeportes.com — Using the latest technology, Edgar Martínez, Felix Fernández and Hristo Stoichkov will host special guests as they analyze, debate and discuss everything that’s happening in Brazil, on and off the field—twice a day.
“Fútbol Central – Edición Mundial” (Futbol Central – World Cup Edition) Monday to Sunday – For times, please check local TV listings or visit UnivisionDeportes.com — A pre-game report detailing everything fans need to know before each live match.
“Copa Mundial en 30” (World Cup in 30 minutes) Monday to Sunday – For times, please check local TV listings or visit UnivisionDeportes.com — Fans will be able to watch 30-minute versions of the two best matches of the day.
“Copa Mundial en 60” (World Cup in 60 minutes) Monday to Sunday – For times, please check local TV listings or visit UnivisionDeportes.com. Fans will be able to watch 60-minute versions World Cup matches.