The 2014 World Cup is underway, and there are several options to follow along.
TV coverage for the event has been split in the United States between ESPN Networks and ABC.
If you have a subscription with your cable provider that allows you to watch ESPN, ESPN 2, or ESPN 3, you can watch every game live streaming online at WatchESPN.com/ or the Watch ESPN app on your smartphone or tablet.
Once you go to the website and select “Soccer”, you must enter your cable provider the username and password given to to you by your provider.
For World Cup updates on the go, you can also download the free Univision Deportes app, which has both English and Spanish settings. The app gives live updates, scores, video highlights, and lets you track your favorite teams.
There are many unofficial streams that we do not recommend you use, but a Google search for free World Cup streams will bring up a slew of options. Sites such as First Row Sports and Wiziwig are among the more well-known options.
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