2014 FIFA World Cup on ESPN

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The FIFA World Cup only comes around once every 4 years, and this year it is hosted in Brazil. This tournament is full of action packed soccer games that pit some of the best teams from around the world against one another. Some of the world's greatest athletes are showcasing their talents with ball handling, goal keeping, and defensive plays that will blow your mind.

Tune in to watch the early rounds to see surprises and upsets, and the later rounds to see some really phenomenal athletic ability. Many of these teams have a lot to prove to their native sons and daughters that are watching from home. Other teams are looking to get revenge from previous years' tournaments and competitive play. There is not another worldwide event quite as exciting as the World Cup, and this year's edition is no different.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12:00 PM et/pt on ESPN
1 Season, 63 Episodes
June 12, 2014
2014 FIFA World Cup on ESPN

2014 FIFA World Cup on ESPN Full Episode Guide

  • Cameroon takes on Croatia.

  • Spain takes on Chile.

  • Australia takes on Netherlands.

  • Russia takes on South Korea.

  • Brazil takes on Mexico.

  • Belgium takes on Algeria.

  • Ghana takes on USA.

  • Iran takes on Nigeria.

  • Germany takes on Portugal.

  • Argentina takes on Bosnia-Herzegovina.

  • France takes on Honduras.

  • Switzerland takes on Ecuador.

  • Ivory Coast takes on Japan.

  • England takes on Italy - LIVE

  • Uruguay takes on Costa Rica.

  • Colombia takes on Greece.

  • Chile takes on Australia - LIVE

  • Spain takes on Netherlands.

  • Featuring Mexico versus Cameroon.

  • The 1st World Cup match of 2014 features Croatia and Brazil from Group A at the Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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Jason Sudeikis Shows Us How An American Football Coach Would Coach Soccer in England

America is in the throes of World Cup Fever, what with the USMNT poised for a potential advancement to the next round. But not everyone is on the soccer bandwagon. This hilarious sketch from NBC Sports imagines what would happen if a former American football coach was brought over to England to coach a team that plays the "other" kind of football. Here, the coach is played by former "SNL" cast member and "We're the Millers" star Jason Sudeikis, whose character is hired to coach Tottenham Hotspur, or as he calls them in his twangy southern accent, the T