This article presents the best options to watch the 2014 World Cup Brazil on TV and online: from accessing TV channels using SopCast to unlocking geo-restricted streaming sites using VPN or DNS services. This is all you need to enjoy the World’s most prestigious football tournament and support your favorite team. By the way, let me know in the comments who you would like to win.
The 2014 competition is the 20th World Cup and takes place in Brazil from 12 June to 13 July 2014. There are 32 participating teams that will fight for the World Cup trophy. A total of 64 matches will be played in 12 cities across Brazil. Sao Paulo will witness the Opening Match on 12 June 2014 while Rio de Janeiro will host the Final.
Before we start, here are some useful links for all football fans:
- 2014 World Cup Calendar & Results
- 2014 World Cup Group Standings
- 2014 World Cup Teams
- 2014 World Cup Betting Odds
- World Cup Winners List
TV broadcasters list
The 2014 tournament is covered live on TV in more than 100 countries all over the World. You may check the complete list of TV broadcasters on Wikipedia.