Watch the 2010 World Cup Live Online (Live Stream, Schedule, Updates, Highlights)
2010 World Cup Live Stream: The moment the whole world has been waiting for has finally arrived! The 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa will get more television coverage than any major sporting spectacle, but football fans are still eager to know where they can watch the games live online. Aside from live streaming, they also want to know where they can get the schedule of matches, live scores, latest updates, and of course the highlights, so we’re here to give you all the things that matter to you most.
World Cup Preview and Prediction: Thirty-two nations have qualified. The teams have been drawn into eight groups of four and no two sides from the same region are positioned in the same cluster–except those from Europe. The top two finishers of each division advance to the Round of 16.
We all know that Brazil is pretty much overloaded with talent, and I won’t be surprised if they win the trophy this year. With the likes of Kaka, Robinho, Luis Fabiano and Maicon on its lineup, the Samba Kings proved a popular selection with pundits.
The five-time champions have abandoned their typical reliance on individual brilliance and embraced a team-first dynamic based upon a solid defensive core. This Brazilian squad might not be as flashy compared to the 1998 and 2002 teams, but their ability to both advance and defend makes them a top contender.
For me Spain, the reigning European champions, will add a title to its haul at this summer’s event in Johannesburg. La Furia Roja have players like Iker Casillas, Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Xabi Alonso, Fernando Torres, Cesc Fabregas and David Villa – really big players. I think if Spain and Brazil can both win their groups, a wonderful final would be in prospect where the South Americans would be just out.
“Spain and Brazil have the best teams, but it is difficult to point to a specific team as a favorite,” Brazilian footballing legend Pele told reporters. “Brazil will have to be at their best to win. It will be difficult, but they can do it.”
But don’t count England out. The Three Lions are still powerful despite the injuries and the personal problems of some players going into the tournament. Remember, Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, and Frank Lampard are still there.
World Cup Live Stream: Major networks and cable channels around the globe will be offering live coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup but for those without access to television, there are still options. A lot of radio stations will broadcast the event live and it will also be streamed live online.
ESPN and ABC, which are broadcasting the games in the United States, will stream 54 games live on ESPN3.com. The games are free to those in the U.S. who get their Internet from a service provider affiliated with ESPN, including AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and others.
For those who don’t have subscription to those service providers, don’t worry because as the games begin, we will update this post and give you the links where to watch the World Cup live online (free live stream).
World Cup Schedule, Updates and Highlights: For the latest news, live updates and highlights, be sure to visit Dailycontributor.com. You can also go to the official website of the 2010 FIFA World Cup for more info.