Need World Cup Help

I’m stuck in the office all day, and the Mexican web site I was watching the group stages on, is not showing any more matches to non-subscribers. Does anyone know of any other sites where I can watch?

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42 Responses to Need World Cup Help

  1. Chuck says:

    Did Univision stop streaming the games?

  2. Jeo says:


  3. nigelf says:

    Oleoletv on the intertubes.

  4. Scarface says: Here you will find links to all coming matches For tonight’s match

    Comments will be in dutch though…
    Maybe you can find some radio show with live English comments

  5. Don Sigalet says:

    Also (click on red “LIVE” arrow):

  6. bit chilly says:

    my prediction for the germany algeria game, 3-0 germany.

  7. Eliza says: the last few minutes please watch LOL

  8. Eliza says:

    VERY relevant to what you have found!

  9. Scarface says:

    Germany is starting to look desperate. Algeria is playing samba-football!
    I hope Algeria wins.

  10. Send Al to the Pole says:

    I don’t know about that but what about this? Whaddya suppose caused this?

    • Send Al to the Pole says:

      “The effect of this has been to downgrade earlier temperatures and to exaggerate those from recent decades, to give the impression that the Earth has been warming up much more than is justified by the actual data,” Booker writes. “In several posts headed ‘Data tampering at USHCN/GISS,’ Goddard compares the currently published temperature graphs with those based only on temperatures measured at the time.”

      Read more:

    • Morgan says:

      The first thing I noticed on that graph was 1992. That’s the summer I lived in Syracuse and all the farmers in the area left their corn crop in the ground and never bothered to harvest. There was no crop. It was cold and drizzly all summer and the corn never got over 3 feet tall. What happened?

  11. John Bills says: every sport

  12. Latitude says:

    NOAA Reinstates July 1936 As The Hottest Month On Record

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, criticized for manipulating temperature records to create a warming trend, has now been caught warming the past and cooling the present.

    July 2012 became the hottest month on record in the U.S. during a summer that was declared “too hot to handle” by NASA scientists. That summer more than half the country was experiencing drought and wildfires had scorched more than 1.3 million acres of land, according to NASA.

    According to NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center in 2012, the “average temperature for the contiguous U.S. during July was 77.6°F, 3.3°F above the 20th century average, marking the warmest July and all-time warmest month on record for the nation in a period of record that dates back to 1895.”

    “The previous warmest July for the nation was July 1936, when the average U.S. temperature was 77.4°F,” NOAA said in 2012.

    This statement by NOAA was still available on their website when checked by The Daily Caller News Foundation. But when meteorologist and climate blogger Anthony Watts went to check the NOAA data on Sunday he found that the science agency had quietly reinstated July 1936 as the hottest month on record in the U.S.

    • Latitude says:

      ok, none of you looked at this….
      warming the past and cooling the present?????

      • Send Al to the Pole says:

        I thought it was a joke considering they did it the other way around to begin with. 🙂

      • What could possibly go wrong? says:

        Full panic mode is nice to behold. Now bets are open what they will use as distraction.

  13. TRM says:

    I’ve used it recently but you might get a Spanish play by play.

  14. Dave N says:

    Just curious: can anyone outside of Australia access this?

  15. Rosco says:

    I was going to suggest

    Try the generic link rather than a specific link to a particular match – all the current feeds are listed on the front page.

    Watching Germany-Algeria now.

  16. I watch everything via CBC in Canada but am not sure if you can access it outside the country

  17. Fred from Canuckistan. says:

  18. markstoval says:

    Germany in the end but it took 120 minutes.

  19. Svend Ferdinandsen says:

    You could try I just don’t know how it works and how much you can see live.

  20. bit chilly says:

    got the 3 goals correct therefore my prediction was correct to the standard of NOAA 😉

  21. bit chilly says:

    and in ten years once the world cup scoring records have been homogenized ,it will state all the goals were indeed scored by germany in this game . i hope the bookmaker will understand my reasoning when i turn up to collect my winnings tomorrow .

  22. John Silver says:

    There are torrents…..

  23. Ben says:

    None of the mainstream links work in the US. All of the oddball links want to install malware on my computer. Any alternatives?

  24. Poptech says:

    I know plenty of sites but I hate soccer.

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