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(From L to R) Brazil's Fred celebrates with teammates Neymar and Paulinho after scoring against Spain during their Confederations Cup final soccer match at the Estadio Maracana in Rio de Janeiro June 30, 2013. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) - RTX117TA REUTERS
From the first game on June 12 to the final on July 13, CBC is carrying full coverage of the FIFA World Cup on TV, radio and online, as well as live broadcasts and online streams of all the games.
Find all the details on CBC's 2014 FIFA World Cup main page, or use the links below to go directly to everything from match schedules and standings, to the CBC app and features on each team.
When and where to watch
- On television:TV listings by day and channel. From the pre-game show, to the match itself, to the post-game analysis, find out what's on, where you can watch it and when to tune in.
- Online: All the games will be streamed live at CBC.ca's FIFA World Cup site. If you miss the live stream, replays of the games will be available on demand.
- On your phone and tablet: Check out CBC's FIFA World Cup app for iOS and Android. In addition to match schedules, TV listings, latest news, scores and stats, the app will allow you to choose from six different camera angles for the live feeds and replays. Watch the games on your phone or use the app as the perfect big-screen companion to get different perspectives on the action.
- Updates on Twitter: Follow hashtag #CBCWorldCup.
- Full tournament schedule.
- Which teams are moving ahead, and which teams aren't? Get the latest tournament standings.
- Follow your favourite teams and groups by staying up to date with the latest results and news for all the teams throughout the tournament.
- Road to Brazil: Watch online streamed previews of the 32 teams in the World Cup.
- See the most memorable moments in CBC's World Cup photo galleries.