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2014 World Cup TV schedule

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The 2014 World Cups starts Thursday with Brazil facing off against Croatia.

ESPN will be broadcasting all 64 matches across ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC.

43 matches will broadcast on ESPN, 11 will air on ESPN2, and ABC will air 10 matches, including the championship game on July 113th.

Additionally, the matches will broadcast on WatchESPN.

Here is the schedule of the 2014 World Cup.

Thursday, June 12

OPENING CEREMONY at 2 PM on UNIVISION

4 p.m., ESPN: Brazil vs. Croatia, Group A, Sao Paulo

Friday, June 13

Noon, ESPN2: Mexico vs. Cameroon, Group A, Natal

3 p.m., ESPN: Spain vs. Netherlands, Group B, Salvador

6 p.m., ESPN2: Chile vs. Australia, Group B, Cuiaba

Saturday, June 14

Noon, ABC: Colombia vs. Greece, Group C, Belo Horizonte

3 p.m., ABC: Uruguay vs. Costa Rica, Group D, Fortaleza

6 p.m., ESPN: England vs. Italy, Group D, Manaus

9 p.m., ESPN: Ivory Coast vs. Japan, Group C, Recife

Sunday, June 15

Noon, ABC: Switzerland vs. Ecuador, Group E, Brasilia

3 p.m., ABC: France vs. Honduras, Group E, Porto Alegre

6 p.m., ESPN: Argentina vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina, Group F, Rio de Janeiro

Monday, June 16

Noon, ESPN: Germany vs. Portugal, Group G, Salvador

3 p.m., ESPN: Iran vs. Nigeria, Group F, Curitiba

6 p.m., ESPN: United States vs. Ghana, Group G, Natal

Tuesday, June 17

Noon, ESPN: Belgium vs. Algeria, Group H, Belo Horizonte

3 p.m., ESPN: Brazil vs. Mexico, Group A, Fortaleza

6 p.m., ESPN: Russia vs. South Korea, Group H, Cuiaba

Wednesday, June 18

Noon, ESPN: Australia vs. Netherlands, Group B, Porto Alegre

3 p.m., ESPN: Spain vs. Chile, Group B, Rio de Janeiro

6 p.m., ESPN: Cameroon vs. Croatia, Group A, Manaus

Thursday, June 19

Noon, ESPN: Colombia vs. Ivory Coast, Group C, Brasilia

3 p.m., ESPN: Uruguay vs. England, Group D, Sao Paulo

6 p.m., ESPN: Japan vs. Greece, Group C, Natal

Friday, June 20

Noon, ESPN: Italy vs. Costa Rica, Group D, Recife

3 p.m., ESPN: Switzerland vs. France, Group E, Salvador

6 p.m., ESPN: Honduras vs. Ecuador, Group E, Curitiba

Saturday, June 21

Noon, ESPN: Argentina vs. Iran, Group F, Belo Horizonte

3 p.m., ESPN: Germany vs. Ghana, Group G, Fortaleza

6 p.m., ESPN: Nigeria vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina, Group F, Cuiaba

Sunday, June 22

Noon, ABC: Belgium vs. Russia, Group H, Rio de Janeiro

3 p.m., ABC: South Korea vs. Algeria, Group H, Porto Alegre

6 p.m., ESPN: United States vs. Portugal, Group G, Manaus

Monday, June 23

Noon, ESPN: Netherlands vs. Chile, Group B, Sao Paulo

Noon, ESPN2: Australia vs. Spain, Group B, Curitiba

4 p.m., ESPN: Cameroon vs. Brazil, Group A, Brasilia

4 p.m., ESPN2: Croatia vs. Mexico, Group A, Recife

Tuesday, June 24

Noon, ESPN: Italy vs. Uruguay, Group D, Natal

Noon, ESPN2: Costa Rica vs. England, Group D, Belo Horizonte

4 p.m., ESPN: Japan vs. Colombia, Group C, Cuiaba

4 p.m., ESPN2: Greece vs. Ivory Coast, Group C, Fortaleza

Wednesday, June 25

Noon, ESPN: Nigeria vs. Argentina, Group F, Porto Alegre

Noon, ESPN2: Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Iran, Group F, Salvador

4 p.m., ESPN: Ecuador vs. France, Group E, Rio de Janeiro

4 p.m., ESPN2: Honduras vs. Switzerland, Group E, Manaus

Thursday, June 26

Noon, ESPN: United States vs. Germany, Group G, Recife

Noon, ESPN2: Portugal vs. Ghana, Group G, Brasilia

4 p.m., ESPN: South Korea vs. Belgium, Group H, Sao Paulo

4 p.m., ESPN2: Algeria vs. Russia, Group H, Curitiba

Round of 16

Saturday, June 28

Noon, ABC: Group A winner vs. Group B runner-up, Belo Horizonte

4 p.m., ABC: Group C winner vs. Group D runner-up, Rio de Janeiro

Sunday, June 29

Noon, ESPN: Group B winner vs. Group A runner-up, Fortaleza

4 p.m., ESPN: Group D winner vs. Group C runner-up, Recife

Monday, June 30

Noon, ESPN: Group E winner vs. Group F runner-up, Brasilia

4 p.m., ESPN: Group G winner vs. Group H runner-up, Porto Alegre

Tuesday, July 1

Noon, ESPN: Group F winner vs. Group E runner-up, Sao Paulo

4 p.m., ESPN: Group H winner vs. Group G runner-up, Salvador

Quarterfinals

Friday, July 4, Noon, ESPN2: 1E/2F winner vs. 1G/2H winner, Rio de Janeiro

Friday, July 4, 4 p.m., ESPN: 1A/2B winner vs. 1C/2D winner, Fortaleza

Saturday, July 5, Noon, ABC: 1F/2E winner vs. 1H/2G winners, Brasilia

Saturday, July 5, 4 p.m., ESPN: 1B/2A winner vs. 1D/2C winner, Salvador

Semifinals

Tuesday, July 8, 4 p.m., ESPN: Winners of July 4 quarterfinals, Belo Horizonte

Wednesday, July 9, 4 p.m., ESPN: Winners of July 5 quarterfinals, Sao Paulo

Third Place Game

Saturday, July 12, 4 p.m., ESPN (Brasilia)

Championship

Sunday, July 13, 3 p.m., ABC (Rio de Janeiro)

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