The second half of the England v USA World Cup match just began at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenberg, South Africa. Like most of the rest of the world, we’re glued to the broadcast of the tied up game — only we’re watching live online. Go web television!
Over the next month, we don’t want you to miss a single football match, so we’ve compiled a list of the best places to watch the 2010 FIFA World Cup online from the comfort of your laptop. Keep in mind that a lot of these options might be blocked in your specific geographic location, but give it a shot, regardless.
- United States: Choices for watching live streams of the World Cup for free stateside are pretty slim, but luckily, our friends down south at Univision are broadcasting the entire cup online for free. Just make sure you spiff up on your spanish, first. (Watch World Cup Live Stream)
- Canada: Canadians, rejoice! Your favorite television network, CBC, is streaming the entire world cup online at the specially designed CBC World Cup portal. Sorry Yanks, this stream isn’t for you. (Watch World Cup Live Stream)
- United Kingdom: If you’re across the pond (read: England), you’ve got a few options — ITV and the BBC are streaming most World Cup games to our friends the Brits, depending on which are being broadcast over the air. (Watch World Cup Live Stream)
Make sure to keep up with the full World Cup Schedule, courtesy of FIFA, and, if you’ve really got World Cup fever, join a house full of fans from around the world as they battle it out over the next 30 days in the Budweiser sponsored online reality show, Bud House.
Know of any other good spots to catch the World Cup live online? Let us know in the comments.