Today is the beginning of the highly anticipated 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa, and there are a number of sites online that are offering live streaming footage of the matches.
Watch the Soccer World Cup live
- If you're in the UK, you can watch the World Cup matches live on iTv.
- ESPN offers live streaming footage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, anywhere in the world.
- The official FIFA site has an interesting feature called MatchCast that gives you a text-based, play by play, live broadcast. So no video, but still, it's live.
- UnivisionFutbol is broadcasting live for all Spanish-language viewers.
- Justin.tv is not completely up to the minute live, but videos of the matches are being uploaded by actual spectators extremely quickly.
- UStream is completely live, so you can watch the matches happening in real-time.
- Free Football TV: Live matches, opening ceremonies, and all the celebrations live and in real-time. Watch out for ad pop-ups on this site, though - pretty annoying!
- TVBunch has live streams of every match, with a nicely organized schedule so you can see what's coming up and plan accordingly.
- CBC.ca has live matches, with the ability to chat with other soccer fans across Canada, pretty cool.
- TVCatchup is for UK viewers; check the schedule and see which channel you'd like to watch the World Cup on.
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