Brazil takes on Germany in the first semi-finals match of World Cup today starting at 4 p.m. ET! You can watch live coverage via the options listed below.
If you live in Canada, the United Kingdom, or Australia, you can easily watch on the CBC, BBC, and SBS websites for free, even without a subscription.
But if you’re a soccer maniac in the United States, here are your options: 1) Use your cable subscription to access streaming content online; 2)
Use a service like Aereo; or 3) Do something illegal, which we do not endorse.
And if you’re a paying cable customer, you can watch every game through ESPN, either on its WatchESPN website and WatchESPN apps. The other streaming option is through Univision, but every game is in Spanish, and they will only broadcast the first two rounds for free.
Brazil plays Germany at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
For more World Cup coverage, check out Sportsgrid.com
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