Friday, June 11, 2010

Where to Watch 2010 Fifa World Cup Online




One of the greatest sporting events in the world, the 2010 Fifa World Cup starts today.  It's been four long years, but it's finally back.

If you're not already excited, then maybe the Simpsons soccer clip above can get you pumped for it.

Of course the only problem is that most of the matches take place during work hours.  Don't worry though, you can still keep track of the games by watching them online.

The best option for viewing games is ESPN3.com as they will have almost every World Cup streaming match streaming.  Although if you're like me and your stupid cable company doesn't allow you taccess ESPN 3 then there's another option.

Univision is streaming every single World Cup match for free at UnivisionFutbol.com.  Sure it's only in Spanish, but listening to Spanish announcers might be a better experience because they make everything more exciting.

Holds it, Holds it, Holds it!!! Here's a good example.  My life would be a lot more exciting if a Spanish announcer was doing play by play.

Even the mundane stuff like brushing my teeth would seem cool, and then I could celebrate after everything I did.

Here's some more ways to follow the World Cup online from Mashable.

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