How to watch the World Cup on ESPN3 and ESPNU for free: Live streams, highlights, scores and more
The World Cup will kick off on Friday in Brazil and is set to kick off in two weeks.
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s coming on ESPN and ESPN2 on Friday.1.
Brazil kicks off at 4 p.m.
ET on ESPN2, which is on ESPN networks nationwide.
The show will be live on ESPN TV in the U.S. and ESPN Radio in the UK.
The match will also be streamed live in the USA.2.
Brazil is the first major soccer event to be played in the new, retractable-roofed Olympic Stadium.
It will host 12,500 people, and is located in the Rio Grande valley.
It is the second-largest venue in the world for soccer and hosts the 2018 World Cup Final between Germany and Argentina.3.
The U.K. hosts the event.
The country hosts a number of Olympic Games, including the 2004 Winter Games and the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which the U