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The 2014 FIFA World Cup returns to Brazil — “the tabernacle of soccer,” according to ESPN host Bob Ley — for the first time since 1950. The quadrennial tournament begins Thursday with the home-team playing Croatia in Sãu Paulo (June 12 at 3:30/2:30c on ESPN). ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC will televise all 64 games through the championship on July 13 (and all will be streamed at WatchESPN and espn3.com). Univision has Spanish-language coverage of the games, while ESPN Deportes has them in Portuguese. ESPN’s blanket coverage includes daily installments of World Cup Tonight (times vary, most nights on ESPN2).
The U.S. gets underway on Monday, and the team is hoping to avoid déjà vu. The squad’s first preliminary-round game is against….
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Posted: June 11th, 2014