ESPN releases television schedule for the 2014 World Cup

24 February 12:58 pm

ESPN releases television schedule for the 2014 World Cup

By Adam Serrano

ESPN announced their broadcast schedule for the 64 matches in this summer's 2014 FIFA World Cup on Monday. 

ESPN will broadcast 43 matches, ESPN2 will air 11 games while ABC will televise 10 matches during the month-long tournament which will run from June 12 to July 13. All of the matches will be broadcasted live, in high definition and all will be available on ESPN's online service WatchESPN. Prior to each match, ESPN will host a 30-minute pregme show, halftime show and a post-match segments for each fixture. ESPN will also air a review show "World Cup Tonight" to recap the evening's action from Brazil. 

Each of the three group matches for the United States will be broadcast on ESPN while Mexico's opener against Cameroon will be aired on ESPN2 before they take on Brazil and Croatia on ESPN. 

The complete schedule can be found here