The second 12 p.m. Eastern Time matchup on today’s live stream and TV schedule of 2014 FIFA World Cup matches also comes in Group G, as Portugal and Ghana collide in the group-stage finale on ESPN2 (TV/live stream feeds), Univision/WAMI (en vivo en Español) and CBC for Canadian football fans. Estádio Nacional de Brasilia in Brasília, Brazil, will be the site for what should be a very entertaining and intense showdown, reported MLS Soccer preview on June 25.
Opening kickoff is scheduled for just a little after Noon, and as usual, all the action gets underway online with the pre-match show on ESPN3. This in-depth pre-game live stream kicks off at 10 a.m. and will give soccer fans an inside look at all the behind-the-scenes pre-game activities.
Once that live stream wraps up, 2014 FIFA World Cup fans can either turn to their televisions to watch Portugal take on Ghana, or simply switch from the pre-match to the stream for the actual match. Those watching on ESPN2 (DirecTV channel 209), TV coverage for this clash gets underway at 11:30 a.m. – the same goes for the match live stream, which is included in the following live streaming ESPN3 options:
(10:00 a.m.) Pre-Match Coverage - Portugal vs. Ghana (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(11:30 a.m.) Portugal vs. Ghana (Group G) (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(11:55 a.m.) Tactical Cam - Portugal vs. Ghana (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(11:55 a.m.) Highlight Reel - Portugal vs. Ghana (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(11:57 a.m.) Portuguese Audio - Portugal vs. Ghana (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(2:00 p.m.) Post-Match - Portugal vs. Ghana (2014 FIFA World Cup)
Because Univision will be airing the match between the United States vs. Germany (Estados Unidos vs. Alemania), Spanish-speaking and Latino fans enjoying the 2014 FIFA World Cup (Copa Mundial de Futbol Brasil) can tune their television sets to WAMI (DirecTV channel 69) for Portugal vs. Ghana (En vivo/Español). This national TV broadcast gets underway at 11:30 a.m. ET and as stated above it will be 100 percent in Spanish and live from the Brazilian capital.
With the United States and Germany colliding for the top spot in Group G, is it possible for either Ghana or Portugal to make things interesting on the final day of play in the “Group of Death”? Can Paulo Bento’s resignation not an option approach overpower a Ghana side that’s constantly trying to figure out and improve?
Tune to ESPN2 for English commentary of this match at 11:30 a.m. ET, or to WAMI (Univision en vivo affiliate) en Español to watch all the (Copa Mundial de Futbol Brasil) action live from beautiful Estádio Nacional de Brasilia. Or for those who love Internet live streaming, simply follow the directions and ESPN3 links above to watch Portugal vs Ghana live and free (No subscription required).