The 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Brazil on the 12th June. The world’s best converge on the South American continent all desperate to get their hands on footballs greatest prize. World and European champions Spain head into the tournament hoping to retain the trophy, a feat that hasn’t been replicated since Brazil won two consecutive tournaments in 1958 and 1962, and Italy winning both 1934 and 1938 before that. Want to know how to watch all the World Cup games online? By using Le VPN, a service to unblock regional restrictions, you can watch all 64 games live, wherever you are in the world.
FIFA Ballon d’Or winner and Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo is hoping to lead his country to glory, to cap off an incredible season for the Real Madrid forward. The ex-Manchester United player scored an incredible 31 goals in 30 appearances, including 17 goals in the UEFA Champions League. The four-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi is dreaming of helping Argentina lift the trophy on their rival’s back yard. Having endured a trophy-less season with Barcelona, the first for the club since the 07-08 season, Messi is hoping to take Argentina all the way in Brazil to make up for a disappointing year.
But surely all eyes will be on the host nation, Brazil. Having fallen short on the international stage in recent years, only making the quarter finals twice since winning the competition in 2002, the pressure will be on them to deliver on home soil.
The World Cup is one of the most widely watched events in the world, drawing in over 7 billion viewers, which means it will be broadcasted worldwide through over 7866 networks. But what happens if you’re in a country that isn’t showing your nation’s quest for glory?
If you try to access your own country’s broadcast online you might encounter a restriction, which prevents access from outside that country. Using Le VPN you can lift this restriction. If you are from the UK, the BBC will be showing 31 matches live and ITV are promising 34 games broadcasted live, not just on television but through their online service ITV Player too. The US have options online as well; 43 games will be shown on ESPN, ESPN2 will have 11 and 10 on ABC. Using Le VPN you can access these broadcasts anywhere in the world.
Another issue of trying to watch sports in another country is the lack of commentary available in your native language. Use Le VPN to watch matches wherever you are in whatever language you want.
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