U.S. soccer fans, rejoice! The world’s biggest sporting event is finally here (can we hear your best “GOOOOAAAALLLL”?). And guess what, you don’t have to make the trip to Brazil; WatchESPN on Roku is bringing 64 matches straight to your living room, including the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ Final on July 13th. Unite with sports fans across the globe for a month-long celebration of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™.

In addition to the 64 matches, WatchESPN will offer access to match day preview shows, post-game coverage, 30 for 30: Soccer Stories, Inside: U.S. Soccer’s March to Brazil and much more.

Stuck at work? Stay up-to-date on all the FIFA World Cup™ action with coverage from ESPN through the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ Central app  – see the latest video highlights, match schedules, sign up for match reminders (and automatically be entered for a chance to win ESPN Shop gift cards!) and more. Go check it out!

Which team are you rooting for?

Key matches

Opening Match

  • Thursday, June 12th @ 3:30pm ET – Brazil vs. Croatia (Sao Paulo)

United States Matches

  • Monday, June 16th @ 5:30pm ET – Ghana vs. United States (Natal)
  • Sunday, June 22nd @ 5:30pm ET – United States vs. Portugal (Manaus)
  • Thursday, June 26th @ 11:30am ET – United States vs. Germany (Recife)

México Matches

  • Friday, June 13th @ 11:30am ET – México vs. Cameroon (Natal)
  • Tuesday, June 17th @ 2:30pm ET – Brazil vs. México (Fortaleza)
  • Monday, June 23rd @ 3:30pm ET – Croatia vs. México (Recife)

2014 FIFA World Cup Final™

  • Sunday, July 13th @ 2:30pm ET (Rio de Janeiro)

Note: Access to live streaming video from ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPNEWS and ESPN Deportes is determined by your TV provider. The following providers below offer access to WatchESPN live video: AT&T U-verse, Bright House Networks, Charter, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, Google Fiber, Midcontinent Communications, Optimum, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS TV.

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  • ayrlander

    That was just cruel. We use Roku to get away from cable TV, so all this did was taunt us. :-(

  • Mike

    This is absolutely disgusting – in order to watch the match on roku – you need a cable provider – There goes the future of streaming ..

    • Julie

      Go to live stream channel, search for World Cup. I am watching the game now.

  • james

    I agree. This is ridiculus. I bough roku to get away from the over price services tv providers charge. Just go to univision.com and watch the cup from ur tablet or cellphone free. U don’t need to pay for this non sense mess.

  • chicagoclone

    rejoice? this is complete bs.

  • Andrew Smith

    People leaving comments appear confused. These are Internet providers not cable providers.

    • Jack

      They are not. They are cable providers

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  • Julie

    I am watching the ciol v. Uru on roku live stream channel. Go to live stream channel and search for World Cup. No cable provider needed!