World Cup Schedule

Here is the most current info available about World Cup Schedule. Enjoy

Reuters Sports Schedule at 0001 GMT on Tuesday, June 10

10 June 2014 | 12:01 am Reuters sports schedule at 0001 GMT on Tuesday: – – – – SOCCER World Cup, Brazil (June 12-July 13) We continue the build-up to the World Cup that starts on Thursday with reports on all the warmup matches and the latest injury and squad news. (SOCCER-WORLD/, expect throughout) – – Friendly Ghana v South Korea Black Stars looking to shine against South Korea MIAMI – Ghana will be hoping to find …–spt.html

2014 World Cup Team Preview: United States

9 June 2014 | 7:54 pm The U.S.s appearance in the semifinals of the first World Cup (1930) was a high point, but at the time, it wasnt necessarily an isolated success. Counting the Olympics, a tournament that was considered a world championship at the time, the U.S. qualified for all five major competitions from 1924 to 1936. It wasnt until the 1938 World Cup, when the U.S. withdrew from qualifying for financial …–united-states-195454067-soccer.html

World Cup television schedule

9 June 2014 | 6:01 pm 2 p.m.

How to Watch the World Cup Live Stream & 2014 Schedule

9 June 2014 | 5:06 pm Where to watch the World Cup live on TV and on iPhone, iPad and Android and how to add the 2014 World Cup Schedule to your calendar.

USA vs. Nigeria, 2014 World Cup friendlies: Preview, TV schedule …

7 June 2014 | 2:19 pm The United States has been slowly stepping up the competition en route to Brazil. On Saturday, they face Nigeria, another World Cup-bound team.

England vs. Honduras, 2014 World Cup friendlies: Preview, TV …

7 June 2014 | 2:01 pm England and Honduras should provide stiff tests for each other before they head to the World Cup. … England vs. Honduras, 2014 World Cup friendlies: Preview, TV schedule and how to watch online. Jun 7 …

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9 Responses to World Cup Schedule

  • Alex says:

    I Am From The UK, Travelling Around The US/Canada For The First 2 Weeks Of The World Cup, Do You Have An Equivalent Of MOTD? Basically, huge football (soccer) fan and going on holiday for the first 2 weeks of the World cup, therefore I have accepted I’ll miss a lot of the live games, although in the evenings I’ll have WiFi/TV. What I would like to know is does the US & Canada have a highlights show of the games in the evening? Or a website that shows highlights? My plan was to watch BBC iPlayer although you can’t access it over in the U.S… So if anyone could give me a channel/times or a website I would be very grateful. 🙂
    P.S. MOTD = Match Of The Day, our football (soccer) highlights show!

    • Curator says:

      Oh, now now. You can certainly access BBC iPlayer in the US. Just like you can access Hulu or whatnot outside the US. The reason why you CAN’T, say, access iPlayer easily outside of the UK is because if you’re in the USA, you have a USA IP address. So they block you. So, logically, what you need to do is trick the BBC’s tracker into thinking you’re in the UK.

      That’s when you buy this:

      You do have to pay for it (it’s either $55 for the whole year or you can get a package 3 months/$21), but it’s bulletproof. I have buddies who work in Saudi Arabia and use this and it negates the government controls, so, um, I’m very confident in recommending it to you to get around the BBC.

      You should be excited to be in the US for part of the Cup, actually, since Rio is only one hour ahead of Eastern Standard Time (time on the US’s east coast), so it’s highly likely you’ll be able to catch your fair share of matches, and easier than if you were in the UK. Here’s what you need to know about catching the games on American TV: Here’s a literal list regarding what time what matches are going to be played and on what channels:

      There are also going to be recaps. ESPN, as per the above link, is heavily involved with broadcasting the Cup, so guaranteed they’re basically not going to shut up about it. If you have access to advanced cable, there’s also Fox News Sports (who is going to be taking over Cup coverage in 2018 and 2022), who are likely going to have great recaps throughout.

      Also, as NOLA said, there’s going to be lots of bars/pubs around that will feature Cup matches. Your best bets are going to be bars that cater to expat crowds, OR any bar during a game where the US plays. If you happen to be in the Pacific Northwest, people there are bonkers for soccer, so you’ll find it anywhere.

      Trust me, you won’t be hungering for World Cup coverage here. There’s more than enough, even if you don’t use the Strong VPN thing. But if what you really want is MOTD, it’s probably worth the $20.

  • Carlito says:

    I Think Argentina Will Win The World Cup? I just looked at their schedule and realised they dont play any matches in the north, all their matches are in the cool south also where they will have alot of fans

  • How Does Football/soccer Schedule Between Club Team And National Team? I have been following football a long time, but really only on a national level since I dont have TV, how do national teams/club teams schedule and manage players? IE club teams obviously pay more, and for friendlies I imagine the best players would put their club first? But how about for World Cup Qualifying matches? Or training camps? How does scheduling prioritize? Sorry I know this is probably a silly question but I cant seem to google it anywhere.

  • Why Are They Playing The Ashes Again Next Year? I understand why they played the last one a year early so as to avoid a clash with the World Cup
    Since it’s every 4 years the next one should be due in 2017 but they moved it back to 2015, doesn’t that mean the following one in 2019 will be right at the same time as the World Cup, wasn’t the whole idea of moving the schedule around to avoid a clash, yet they seem to now be trying to create a clash where there wasn’t one before?

    • Curator says:

      It does look bizarre on the future tours program having The Ashes begin the day after the WC finishes. I cannot believe that would happen, I suggest it will be changed sometime before then.
      The FTP gets modified all the time, something that is 5 years away is probably not a high priority for the ICC right now.

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