World Cup Fever is reaching its pinnacle. Don’t miss the Finals and semi-finals, you can watch it live online right here.
Right on this page you can find links to live coverage or the World Cup football finals, semi finals, and third place playoff. Our top recommended streams are listed right below, but scroll further down the page to see our complete list of online broadcasts.
World Cup Finals Live Online Broadcast Schedule:
Semi Finals Recommended Live Coverage
Third Place Playoff Recommended Live Coverage
- Uruguay 2 – 3 Germany – [Watch Highlights]
World Cup 2010 Final Recommended Live Coverage
- Netherlands vs Spain – 11 Jul 2:30pm (ET) – [Watch Live]
For cell phone viewing click here.
Live World Cup Broadcast Library
Below is a large list of links to high quality live soccor footage World Cup finals. Many of these streams will be available to international viewers.
NOTE: Our recommended streams are listed above.
- Justin.tv – Justin.tv is a website that allows anyone to broadcast online. No doubt the site will be packed with broadcasts of the World Cup. It is likely a number of live streams will show up here such as this Sky Sports stream. (Watch Here)
- ESPN3: ESPN has most of the world cup football matches streaming live from their website. It is only viewable if you are located in the United States. (Watch Here)
- BBC: Matches broadcast on BBC1 are also available online, This includes the Spain vs. Germany Match and the World Cup Final. Only for UK viewers. (Watch Here)
- ITV: If the matches are not on the BBC then they’ll most likely be on ITV instead. Only for UK viewers. (Watch Now)
- Atdhe.net: This website is an absolute gem for watching TV broadcasts online and is great for sports and news. You will see a list of upcoming sports events listed on the main page, including world cup matches. (Watch Here)
- uStream – uStream allows anyone to broadcast live online and a variety of streams covering the World Cup games are always there, you just may need to check a few before you find a good one. (Watch Here)
- Hostream – Ugly site with pop up ads, but still has a few World Cup streams available. (Watch Now)
- P2PLive.net – Another hidden gem, this site lists the upcoming football matches in various languages. (Watch Now)
- Facebook – A variety of broadcasters have teamed up with Facebook and you can watch the match while chatting with other Facebook users. (Watch Now)
- CBC – All the World Cup games are streamed online by CBC. Only available in Canada. (Watch Now)
Peer 2 Peer
These Peer 2 Peer video programs can allow you to watch live coverage or download pre-recorded coverage.
- TVUPlayer (live) – By downloading TVUPlayer (a P2P app) or installing the browser app, you will be able to watch a number of live TV stations from around the world that will be broadcasting the Funeral. simply go to tvunetworks.com, follow the instructions then watch a new channel. (Read More)
HINT: Go to the tvunetworks.com website and search for the match you want to watch to find a channel that is streaming it.
- SopCast (live) – Similar to TVUPlayer, sopcast.com will also use P2P technology to stream live TV stations from around the world which will be airing the memorial service.
- Graboid (pre-recorded) – Graboid is a very easy to use program that allows you to download pre-recorded videos online through P2P technology. It won’t have live coverage but after the funeral has taken place it will have a number of videos of the event that you can download. (Read more)
Cell Phone Users
Cell Phone users wishing to watch the event live on their iPhone or Windows Smartphone please go here for instructions.
The following websites have archived highlights of the World Cup matches:
- All World Cup Highlights on WebTVHub
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