More than 1 billion people worldwide watched the 2010 final between Spain and the Netherlands – one out of every seven people on the planet.
This month, the 2014 World Cup opens in Brazil where 32 countries will compete for national pride on the world stage.
The U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team, led by veteran Clint Dempsey of the Seattle Sounders FC, is expected to make a strong showing.
Make DISH your home for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. English-speakers can catch all of the matches on ESPN and ESPN2, with ABC airing the finals. Spanish-language coverage is being provided by Univision and UniMás.
As a DISH subscriber, you can find local start times of all World Cup games by visiting the Game Finder app on your Hopper HD DVR. You can also stream World Cup action live to your Internet-connected iOS, Android or Kindle Fire HDX mobile device via DISH Anywhere. With DISH, You’ll never miss a goal.
As the World Cup opening on June 12 approaches, we’ll be posting TV coverage updates, venue highlights and notes on the structure of World Cup play. Stay tuned!