The 2014 FIFA World Cup is just around the corner, and if you’re like most people, you probably have a lot of questions about it. What teams are playing? When does each game start? How can I watch it online? Don’t worry – we’ve got all the answers for you right here.
Where FIFA World Cup 2014 held?
The FIFA world cup 2014 was held in Brazil from June 12 to July 13. It’s the first time this tournament has been hosted by South America since 1978 when Argentina won it on home soil over the Netherlands. The final match will be played at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium, which is also where host country Brazil defeated Germany for their third championship title back in 2002 (they’re last).
When does the FIFA world cup 2014 start?
FIFA world cup 2014 starts on Thursday, 12th June and ends Sunday, 13th July. There are 64 matches being played across 32 days with a total of 48 teams competing for the FIFA world cup trophy! The first round of games kicked off Thursday morning local time as hosts in Sao Paulo took on Croatia in the Arena Corinthians.
Which teams are playing in the FIFA world cup 2014?
There are 32 teams from around the world that will be competing in the FIFA world cup 2014. There are eight groups of four, with the top two teams from each group moving on to the next round. The knockout stage then begins, culminating in the final match at Rio’s Maracana Stadium
Who are the favorites to win the FIFA world cup 2014?
Germany is currently favored to win the World Cup, followed by Brazil and Argentina. Spain, France, and Portugal round out the top six contenders. However, anything can happen in a single-elimination tournament like the World Cup, so don’t be surprised if one of the underdogs pulls off an upset!
How can I watch the FIFA world cup?
If you’re not in Brazil, don’t worry – there are plenty of ways to watch the games online. The best way is to check out FIFA’s official website, where they will be streaming all 64 matches for free. You can also find links to other live streams on various websites and apps. Here are the top websites and apps for the 2014 FIFA world cup.
– FIFA’s official website will be streaming all 64 matches for free. You can also find links to other live streams on various websites and apps here.
– WatchESPN app: This app is available on most devices, including smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs. It offers access to ESPN’s 24/hour live stream of sports programming.
– BBC Sport App: The BBC Sport app is a great option for UK residents. It’s available for both Android and iOS devices, as well as Windows Phones.
– Univision Deportes App: The Univision Deportes app is the best choice for Spanish speakers. It’s available for Android, iOS, and Kindle Fire devices.
– NBC Sports Live Extra App: The NBC Sports Live Extra app is a great option if you have a cable subscription. It’s available for iOS devices, Android phones with support coming soon to tablets and other platforms.
– Sling TV: You can watch the 2014 FIFA world cup on sling tv without having to pay extra by bunding it with your existing subscriptions like Comcast or Directv Now.