How To Stream 2014 World Cup

The 2014 World Cup starts this week, and if you want to tune in, you have a lot of choices—including streaming from your PC, phone, or set-top box. Here's what you need to know if you're in the US.



If you're outside of the US, you may have other options—so check in with the stations in your country to find out who's broadcasting and streaming.
This year, ESPN will be broadcasting 43 of the games on ESPN, 11 on ESPN2, and 10 on ABC (including the finals on July 13). You can also catch the games in Spanish on Univision channels wher available. See this schedule to find out which games are airing on each channel.









If you want to stream the games, however, you can do so via ESPN3 on your computer or through the WatchESPN app on phones, tablets, and many streaming set-top boxes (including the Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, and as of last week, the Chromecast). However, you'll need to log in with a participating cable provider to watch—so grab your credentials (or borrow a friend's) and punch them in to start watching.

If you don't have cable, you can still watch the 10 ABC games with an over-the-air antenna. Reader KMhfx points out that Univision will be streaming all but the final eight games for free in Spanish, and you can grab their app for a number of devices.

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