With the World Cup 2014 starting soon in Brazil, most of sports fan are probably more than excited about seeing the matched. If you’re not one of the lucky ones who get to see the games live, there are plenty of available options for live streaming of FIFA 2014.
The Brazil World Cup matches will be available on most TV channels all around the world, but what if you’d like to watch them live on your computer? The same as you can watch them on your phone or iPad, these are available via various websites. One of the last solutions we briefly mentioned in the previously quoted article was YouTube.
While Youtube is very popular in terms of making recordings available, as well as movies and music videos, they still have a long way to go before satisfying our live streaming needs. However, the good news is that those of you who missed the live games on TV can watch delayed broadcast or highlights.
Watch Full Match Recordings on FIFA’s YouTube Channel
The 2nd of June this year was the first day when FIFA’s Broadcasting Center dedicated to the World Cup 2014 started airing the first videos. This is the main channels where you will be able to watch team previews, amazing moments, opening ceremonies and many other videos.
Although they don’t offer live streaming yet, all 64 games that are about to be played this year are going to be available on their Youtube Channel just a few hours later. The maximum you’d have to wait is one day, and you will then be able to review your favorite moments or watch a match you didn’t manage to see on TV.
Specifically focused on keeping you informed about the latest wins during the World Cup in Brazil, KICK TV is one of the best ways to watch the cup on Youtube. Apart from that, it also includes daily news and commentaries, analysis and interviews.
It is entirely dedicated to football, and the information is daily updated. This being said, the recordings from each game are going to be posted on the same day or the next day after they took place. Kick TV covers most international competitions: Champions Leagues, the Euros and, of course, the World Cup.
To make it even easier to see related videos from the same day of the cup, they also created playlists. These ones are able to connect from 2 or 3 to over 500 videos in one long series of recordings. See what they have to offer on the official Youtube channel.
Apart from these two, there are also various places to watch highlights from the games. While the previous ones are capable of quickly uploading full recordings from the World Cup, numerous others will only post short videos of the best moments or goals.
SuperHighlights is one example. Also, for soccer fans, FootyTube is another great channel. If you are in India, do keep an eye on LIVSports and Sony Six YouTube channels. All these options, as well as many others include selections of videos for everyone.
It doesn’t matter if you like football, tennis, rugby, cricket, basketball or anything else – there is something for everyone. To discover such available channels, you simply have to open the Youtube website in your browser and look for “world cup highlights”.