The FIFA Football World Cup is one of the largest sporting events in the world and takes place every four years. The football world cup is eagerly awaited by millions and the event is watched by billions of fans all over the world and is a huge business. Brazil is the host to this year’s FIFA Football World Cup. FIFA Football World Cup 2014 has started on June 12, 2014 and will conclude on July 13, 2014.
If you are a hardcore football fan hell bent on watching FIFA Football World Cup 2014 matches live no matter where you are, we have listed out the apps that let you watch the live streaming video of the football world cup matches. All you need is a smartphone/tablet and a data plan or Wi-Fi. Listed below are the top 4 FIFA Football World Cup 2014 Brazil free live streaming video apps.
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Top 4 Best FIFA Football World Cup 2014 Free Live Streaming Video Apps
1. BBC iPlayer: The BBC iPlayer app lets you watch live streaming video of the FIFA Football World Cup 2014 for free right from your smartphone. The BBC is always known for its comprehensive coverage on any topic, so you can also expect complete coverage of the FIFA Football World Cup 2014 apart from the live streaming video of football world cup matches.
2. ITV Player: It looks like the British television networks are our best bet for catching a live stream of the FIFA Football World Cup 2014 Brazil matches for free. ITV, a UK television network lets you watch the world cup football matches for free through its ITV Player app. The app itself costs nothing and is available for both iOS and Android devices.
3. WatchESPN: With the WatchESPN app from ESPN, you can watch FIFA Football World Cup 2014 matches on the go. Though you can watch the games for free, you need to have a cable subscription to do so. Anyone with a valid cable subscription can you use the app to view the live streaming video of any world cup football match. You can also watch the pre-match coverage, highlights, post-match coverage and replay of the entire match on WatchESPN app.
4. Univision Deportes: Univision Deportes is an app dedicated to all things Football. You can either watch the live stream or re-run the entire match at a time convenient to you. It also provides you with real-time results, stats, lineups and photos. All’s well with this app except that the coverage is in Spanish. Who would mind a little Spanish when you can watch your favorite football world cup matches for free?
These four apps are the most reliable apps to watch live streaming video of the FIFA Football World Cup 2014. If you encounter any geographical restrictions with the above apps, use apps like TunnelBear VPN to overcome them. Do you use any other apps to watch the live streaming video of the FIFA Football World Cup 2014 Brazil matches? If so, do let us know through your comments.