Worried that cutting the cord will make you miss World Cup moments like USA’s thrilling victory over Ghana on Monday?
Although ABC is broadcasting most matches on ESPN, you can still catch every minute of every remaining match without cable. That’s because Univision is broadcasting every game “En Vivo” —that means “Live” for those who don’t speak Spanglish— for free, over-the-air.
Even if you don’t habla español, here are three reasons why you’ll really enjoy watching the Univision broadcasts.
1 – Goals have never been more exciting in any language.
2 – Great for Multi-tasking: If you’re working or cleaning around the house, you’ll know exactly when to look up or come running back to the TV. The volume and intensity of the announcers voice rises exponentially as teams work the ball (“pelota”) into scoring position. Meanwhile, no English announcers to distract you!
3 – ¡Todo es gratis! World Cup TV for Free!
So soak in the passion for futbol (or put the games on mute) and make some new World Cup memories without a cable bill. And who knows, by July you might find yourself fluent in Spanglish.
And for those craving English commentary, here is the schedule for remaining matches on ABC, including the biggest match of all, the World Cup Final on July 13.
Sunday – 6/22 – Group Stage
12pm: Belgium v Russia
3pm: South Korea v Algeria
Saturday – 6/28 – Round of 16
12pm: Group A winner v Group B runner up
3pm: Group C winner v Group D runner up
Saturday – 7/5
12pm: Quarterfinal #3
Saturday – 7/13
3pm: World Cup Final
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