The excitement of the fútbol world cup 2014 is here to stay and for the next month it will be filling every inch of my household. Today, June 12, 2014 the first fútbol or soccer, as it is known in the states, ball will roll in Brazil and thanks to our complimentary Dish Network service we will not miss one second of FIFA’s fútbol World Cup Brazil 2014. Don’t get me wrong I am not bragging on any way shape or form, we went without any kind of subscribed TV service for many, many, many years, you can read all about it on our Dish Network service review here. I personally don’t watch much TV but when it comes to soccer, well that is a totally different story. fútbol is a BIG party of our household, as well as it has been party of our family tradition for many generations. For instance, our boys play little league soccer for most of the year and this mean that we breath & eat soccer on a weekly, if not on a daily basis. Every four years this takes on a new mission as we are all rushing to get our daily chores done so that we can catch the BIG game on TV, this year catching the games will be a little easier thanks to Dish Network’s sport channel line up which will be covering the world cup on a 24 hours cycle periods.
Here is a list of Dish Network Sports Channel lined up:
- Univision Deportes Network
- beIN SPORT
- MLB Network
- beIN SPORT 2
- FOX Deportes
- TV Games Network
- ESPN Deportes
- FOX Sports 1
- Univision Deportes 2
Like I said before, starting today June 12, 2014 you can see every goal or gol and golazo of the 64 matches of the World cup 2014 on Dish Network both in English, Spanish or BOTH!
DISH subscribers can catch live World Cup action on a wide variety of channels. ESPN and ESPN2 will broadcast most of the World Cup games, and ABC will host key matches along with the finals. You can also tune in to Univision and UniMás for Spanish-language World Cup coverage.
Plus, if you are on the go, don’t worry about missing a game… with the DISH Anywhere app, you can stream all 64 World Cup games to your mobile device for FREE! This will come in handy when we are out and about, the Dish Network app provides you with the live programming on your tablet, phone, computer and TV.
One last feature that will come in handy during the next month is the Picture in Picture feature. If your kids are like mine and they don’t like to miss their favorite TV program, don’t worry with picture in picture feature you can watch your game and they can watch their cartoons. 🙂 For more information about Dish Network, visit the Dish Network Website here or via Facebook and Twitter Pages.
Disclosure: Complimentary Dish Network services are been facilitate to allow for this review. All opinions are 100% mine and were not influenced by anything or anyone in any way.