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World Cup Semifinals TV Schedule and Commentator Assignments

Find out where you can watch the World Cup semi-finals between Brazil-Germany and Argentina-Holland on US TV and Internet.

The excitement is building for the World Cup, to find out which two teams will advance to the World Cup final. Will it be an all-South American final, or will it be an all-European finale?

Here’s the TV schedule for viewers in the United States:

 

Tuesday, July 8

Semi-final — Brazil vs Germany, 4pm ET

• English language: ESPN and WatchESPN
• Spanish language: Univision, Univision Deportes Network and Univision online
• Portuguese language: ESPN Deportes

ESPN commentators: Ian Darke and Steve McManaman

Univision commentators: Jorge Pérez-Navarro, Félix Fernández, Mauro Camoranesi

 

Wednesday, July 9

Semi-final — Netherlands vs Argentina, 4pm ET

• English language: ESPN and WatchESPN
• Spanish language: Univision, Univision Deportes Network and Univision online
• Portuguese language: ESPN Deportes

ESPN commentators: Jon Champion and Stewart Robson

Univision commentators: José Luis López Salido, Ramón Ramírez, Diego Balado

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. CH

    July 8, 2014 at 1:25 am

    Disapointed that Derek Rae’s done for the cup. I’ll probably watch Univision on Tuesday as I’ve never been a big Ian Darke fan. One last go for Jon Champion on Wednesday let’s hope for two good games.

  2. techvet

    July 7, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    Please note that starting with the quarterfinals, Univision steaming was put behind a paywall. See http://variety.com/2014/digital/news/world-cup-univision-puts-live-streaming-behind-pay-tv-wall-for-final-rounds-1201257847/ for details.

    • Christopher Harris

      July 7, 2014 at 6:37 pm

      It’s not a paywall. It’s authentication (users have to log in via their cable or satellite provider account).

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