The World Cup 2014 United States vs. Germany live stream and TV broadcast will be tomorrow, according to a June 25 report from The Washington Post. After the U.S. team ended the last match in a draw when it seemed they had the win in the bag, tomorrow's big soccer (football) game is a huge one for the team. In fact, it is actually being called a "massive" game in the 2014 World Cup.
Tomorrow's U.S. vs. Germany match will decide the winner of Group G. If the United States does not beat Germany, then there is very little chance the team will advance into the round of 16. United States Coach Jurgen Klinsmann will actually face his home country in this game. He actually helped lead Germany to World Cup victory as a player, and took the team to the semifinals as an assistant coach. This certainly makes for an interesting matchup for him. Additionally, four U.S. players were born in Germany, and another was raised in Germany. This is a team they grew up watching and loving.
So far in the 2014 World Cup, Germany is unbeaten. Germany was one of the top four favorites to win going into this year's World Cup. They have plenty to play for in this game against the U.S. team. They have vowed to not underestimate the United States team tomorrow. Germany has more goals in the tournament than the United States, which means in a draw, they would still be ahead on Group G.
United States. vs. Germany will kick off live from the Arena Pernambuco at 12 p.m. EDT on Thursday, June 26, 2014. The game will air on live TV on ESPN. If you are unable to watch it on ESPN tomorrow afternoon, you can catch the U.S. vs. Germany live stream video for free on WatchESPN if you have valid login credentials using your computer, tablet, smartphone, or other stream media device.