The grand FIFA World Cup finale between Argentina and Germany is finally here, and courtesy of Univision Networks, Latino soccer fans in the Miami area can watch the TV schedule broadcast or free live stream (Univision Deportes) of “Argentina vs. Alemania 2014 en vivo” with Spanish commentary. As noted in an SBN report on July 13, legendary Estadio Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will be the site for this highly watched event.
Opening kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m. Eastern Time (2 p.m. Central Time/12 p.m. Pacific Time), but luckily, soccer fans around the world don’t have to wait until then to start their tailgating festivities. For starters, Spanish-speaking fans can tune to any/every of the following pre-match Univision TV/Univision Deportes live stream programming (All Eastern Times):
(12:00-2:30 p.m.) Camino a la Gran Final (Miami-23)
(2:30-3:00 p.m.) 2014 Copa Mundial de FIFA (Miami-23)
(3:00-5:00 p.m.) Alemania vs. Argentina Mundial En Vivo (Univision Deportes online)
English speaking soccer fans also have some free/legal live stream online options to choose from. As it’s been throughout the duration of the tournament, WatchESPN will be hosting a series of live streaming feeds (No subscription required), to help set the tone for the grand finale, starting with Pre-Match Coverage - Germany vs. Argentina 2014 FIFA World Cup Final and followed by:
(2:00 p.m.) Germany vs. Argentina (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(2:55 p.m.) Highlight Reel - Germany vs. Argentina
(2:55 p.m.) Tactical Cam - Germany vs. Argentina
(2:57 p.m.) Em Português - Alemanha vs. Argentina
(5 p.m.) Post-Match - Germany vs. Argentina (Final) (2014 FIFA World Cup)
As far as the actual match is concerned, it should come as no surprise that Germany comes in as the betting favorite over Argentina. The latest FIFA World Cup odds show that the European side is a +120 favorite, while the South Americans’ chances of an upset are valued at +240.
In addition to the game’s straight-up lines, the OVER/UNDER is set at a combined total of 2 goals. Finally, the odds that Germany and Argentina will be knotted up after 90 minutes is calculated at +230, which is the third likeliest of the scenarios of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Who will win what is sure to be a battle of wills between these old bitter rivals: Will Argentina be able to pull off the perfect performance it needs to shock the soccer world against the mighty Germany side? Be sure and tune to ESPN3’s free live streams and/or Univision TV/Univision Deportes en vivo for your answer.