The 2014 FIFA World Cup is going on in Brazil, and while world football (American soccer) is not as popular in the United States as other sports, the World Cup can bring fans and viewers to the game who may not normally follow it during its regular season and off-cup years around the world. When and where can Americans watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup on TV?
According to "USA Today," the schedule for Saturday, June 14 goes as follows.
All times listed are Eastern:
Group C - Colombia vs. Greece - Noon kickoff – ABC
Group D - Uruguay vs. Costa Rica - 3 p.m. kickoff – ABC
Group D - England vs. Italy - 6 p.m. kickoff – ESPN
Group C - Ivory Coast vs. Japan – 9 p.m. kickoff - ESPN
If fans do not have access to their televisions, all games will also stream at WatchESPN.
According to FIFA, this year's FIFA World Cup runs from June 12 through July 13.