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Arena de Sao Paulo - 12 June 16:00 EST
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Estadio Castelao - 17 June 15:00 EST
M33
Estadio Nacional - 23 June 16:00 EST
Brazil has won the most World Cups ever, with five - 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002!
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M49
28 June 12:00
  • bra
    1
  • chi
    1
M50
28 June 16:00
  • col
    2
  • uru
    0
M53
30 June 12:00
  • fra
    2
  • nga
    0
M54
30 June 12:00
  • ger
    2
  • alg
    1
M58
04 July 16:00
  • bra
    2
  • col
    1
M57
04 July 12:00
  • fra
    0
  • ger
    1
M64
13-Jul 15:00
  • -
    ger
    -
    arg
M63
3RD
12-Jul 16:00
  • -
    bra
    -
    ned
M61
08 July 16:00
  • bra
    1
  • ger
    7
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M62
09 July 16:00
  • ned
    0
  • arg
    0
M60
05 July 16:00
  • ned
    0
  • crc
    0
M59
05 July 12:00
  • arg
    1
  • bel
    0
M51
29 June 12:00
  • ned
    2
  • mex
    1
M52
29 June 16:00
  • crc
    1
  • gre
    1
M55
01 July 12:00
  • arg
    1
  • sui
    0
M56
01 July 16:00
  • bel
    2
  • usa
    1
All kick off times are displayed in est

previous fifa world cup winners

  • Brazil 2014 - Winner : TBC
  • South Africa 2010 - Winner : Spain
  • Germany 2006 - Winner : Italy
  • South Korea and Japan 2002 - Winner : Brazil
  • France 1998 - Winner : France
  • USA 1994 - Winner : Brazil
  • Italy 1990 - Winner : Germany
  • Mexico 1986 - Winner : Argentina
  • Spain 1982 - Winner : Italy
  • Argentina 1978 - Winner : Argentina
  • Germany 1974 - Winner : Germany
  • Mexico 1970 - Winner : Brazil
  • England 1966 - Winner : England
  • Chile 1962 - Winner : Brazil
  • Sweden 1958 - Winner : Brazil
  • Switzerland 1954 - Winner : Germany
  • Brazil 1950 - Winner : Uruguay
  • France 1938 - Winner : Italy
  • Italy 1934 - Winner : Italy
  • Uruguay 1930 - Winner : Uruguay

World Cup 2014 - worldwide tv broadcasters

  • Afghanistan : Ariana TV
  • Albania : RTSH
  • Angola : TPA
  • Aruba : TeleAruba
  • Armenia : ARMTV
  • Argentina : Torneos y Competencias, Canal 7, América TV, El Trece, DirecTV
  • Australia : SBS
  • Austria : ORF
  • Azerbaijan : İTV
  • Belarus : BTRC
  • Belgium : VRT, RTBF
  • Bolivia : Red Uno de Bolivia, Unitel
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina : BHRT
  • Bulgaria : BNT
  • Brazil : Rede Globo, Rede Bandeirantes, SporTV, ESPN Brasil, FOX Sports
  • Brunei : Astro
  • Cameroon : CRTV
  • Cambodia : CTN
  • Canada : CBC, Sportsnet, TVA
  • Cape Verde : RTC
  • Caribbean : SportsMax
  • Chile : TVN, Canal 13, DirecTV, Movistar
  • China PR : CCTV
  • Colombia : Caracol TV, RCN TV, win Sports
  • Costa Rica : Repretel, Teletica
  • Côte d'Ivoire : RTI
  • Croatia : HRT
  • Cyprus : CyBC
  • Czech Republic : ČT
  • Denmark : DR, TV 2
  • Ecuador : Gama TV, TC Televisión, Oromar Televisión, DirecTV
  • El Salvador : TCS
  • Estonia : ERR
  • Ethiopia : ETV
  • Fiji : Mai TV
  • Finland : Yle
  • France : TF1, beIN Sports
  • Gabon : RTG
  • Ghana : GBC, Metro TV
  • Georgia : GPB
  • Germany : ARD, ZDF
  • Guatemala : Albavisión, Radio Televisión Guatemala
  • Hong Kong : TVB
  • Honduras : Vica Televisión, Telesistema, Televisora Hondureña
  • Hungary : MTV
  • Iceland : RÚV
  • Indonesia : ANTV, tvOne
  • Iran : IRIB
  • Ireland : RTÉ
  • Israel : IBA
  • Italian Peninsula : RAI, Sky Italia
  • Jamaica : CVM Television
  • Japan : Nippon Television, TBS, TV Asahi, TV Tokyo
  • Kazakhstan : Kazakhstan, Perviy Kanal Evraziya
  • Kenya : KBC
  • Korean Peninsula : SBS
  • Kosovo : RTK
  • Latvia : LTV
  • Liechtenstein : SRG SSR
  • Lithuania : LRT
  • Macedonia : MRT
  • Madagascar : MATV
  • Malaysia : RTM, Astro
  • Mali : ORTM
  • Malta : PBS
  • Mauritius : MBC
  • Mexico : Televisa, TV Azteca, Cinépolis
  • Middle East and North Africa : beIN Sports
  • Moldova : TeleRadio-Moldova
  • Monaco : TF1, beIN Sports
  • Mongolia : Emerge Media
  • Montenegro : RTCG
  • Mozambique : TVM
  • Myanmar : Sky Net
  • Namibia : NBC
  • Netherlands : NOS
  • New Zealand : TVNZ, Sky Sport
  • Nicaragua : Televicentro, Ratensa
  • Niger : ORTN
  • Nigeria : Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, Optima Sports Management International
  • Norway : NRK, TV 2
  • Oceania : Click Pacific
  • Panama : Corporación Medcom, Televisora Nacional
  • Paraguay : SNT, TV Acción, Telefuturo
  • Peru : Andina de Televisión, DirecTV
  • Philippines : ABS-CBN
  • Poland : TVP
  • Portugal : RTP, CMTV, SportTV
  • Romania : TVR
  • Russia : Pervyi Kanal, VGTRK
  • Senegal : RTS
  • Serbia : RTS
  • Slovakia : RTVS
  • Slovenia : RTVSLO
  • Singapore : Mio TV
  • South Africa : SABC, SuperSport
  • South Asia : MSM Satellite
  • Spain : Mediaset España, Gol Televisión
  • Sub-Saharan Africa6 : SuperSport
  • Suriname : STVS
  • Sweden : SVT, TV4
  • Switzerland : SRG SSR
  • Taiwan : ELTA, Era Television
  • Tanzania : TBS
  • Togo : TVT
  • Trinidad and Tobago : One Caribbean Media
  • Turkey : TRT
  • Ukraine : NTKU, Ukrayina, Football
  • United Kingdom : BBC, ITV
  • United States : ABC, ESPN, Univision
  • Uruguay : Monte Carlo TV, Sociedad Anonima Emisoras de Television y Anexos, Sociedad Televisora Larrañaga
  • Venezuela : Meridiano Televisión, Venevisión, DirecTV
  • Vietnam : VTV
  • Zambia : ZNBC, MUVI TV
  • Zimbabwe : ZBC

World cup 2014 brazil - interactive schedule & results calendar

The World Cup returns to Brazil, the home of the beautiful game, o jogo bonito, for the first time in sixty-four years this year. It’s the 20th playing of the greatest sports tournament in the world, bigger even than the Olympics, with TV viewership in the hundreds of millions all across the globe.

Twelve stadiums will host the 64 games of the tournament, starting with the Group A clash between Brazil and Croatia at the newly-built Arena de Sao Paulo on Thursday, June 12th. The first scheduled round of the tournament sees the 32 competing nations divided into eight groups of four. The group teams play each other and then the resulting top two teams from each group go into a knockout second round, culminating in the World Cup Final itself at the storied Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday, July 13th.

All the pressure is on Brazil – hosts, favorites, winners of five World Cups and all-too-aware that the last time Brazil hosted the World Cup, neighboring Uruguay beat the hosts 2-1 at the Maracana to claim Uruguay’s second and last title. Spain tries to become the first team to win four major international tournaments in a row, the Germans are overdue a trophy, Argentina looks to Messi to lead them just as Maradona did in 1986 while Portugal, Belgium and Columbia dream of a first-ever World Cup title. Add in the Netherlands, previous champions Italy, England, France and Uruguay and all the ingredients are there for one of the best World Cups of all time!