Althrough the month, sports fans all across the globe, we're going to be watching the 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament with a new sort of obsessive adoration John Oliver has likened to organized religion.
But if you’re like, not near a television, and closer to the internet, how best to view the games?
Well, if you live in the United Kingdom, Canada or Australia, you can easily watch your 2014 World Cup Brazil at the CBC, BBC, and SBS websites for free, even without a subscription.
But if you’re in the United States, you have only several options:
1) Use your cable subscription to access streaming content online; which is for the love of football.
2) Use a service like Aereo;
or 3) Do something illegal, which we do not endorse.
As a United States citizen if you’re a paid cable subscriber, you can watch every of the Brasil 2014 game through ESPN, either on its WatchESPN website and WatchESPN apps.
The other favourite streaming option is through Univision, but every game is in Spanish, and they will only broadcast the first two rounds for free.
More ways of watching world cup online is coming as we explore more of the ideas. You can also use TV phone to follow the games without paying!