So what are the best places to watch in public? What matches are you looking forward to? Here’s more about ESPN’s World Cup TV schedule:
With the Olympic flame now extinguished in Sochi, Russia, the sporting world turns its attention to Brazil in anticipation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The world’s most popular sporting event is set for June 12–July 13 at 12 venues across the South American country. ESPN will present all 64 matches of the quadrennial tournament and today the entire television schedule — across three networks (ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC) – was announced.
Meantime, to get you in the mood: