Only 4 teams remain in the 2014 World Cup soccer tournament. This afternoon, Brazil takes on Germany to see who will advance to the final game next Sunday. ESPN will air today’s game with record numbers of viewers expected. Numbers of mobile viewers are expected to surge as they can watch the BRA-GER World Cup semi-final Soccer game online via a free live video stream.
As they have throughout the tournament, ESPN will continue to deliver free live video of the 2014 FIFA World Cup games as part of the watchESPN service. A free platform for computers and mobile devices which lets fans watch soccer and other sports online for free from virtually anywhere.
How to watch FIFA World Cup Soccer Brazil-Germany match online free live and replay video:
From a computer or laptop, the live video stream from the World Cup is accessed by going directly to the ESPN web site and selecting the watchESPN option.
For mobile device users, they can watch the World Cup online after after downloading the free watchESPN app for tablets and smart phones. To watch via either method, the free access is then granted by selecting their participating television provider from a list.
Brazil comes into today’s semi-final having won 12 of its previous matches with GER as compared to Germany’s 4 wins. The Brazilians have also outscored the Germans 39-24.
But in this do or die match, only the final score at the end of today’s 90 minutes matters, as the winner moves on to Sunday’s final where they will take on the winner between Wednesday’s match between Argentina and the Netherlands.
Today’s GER-BRA world cup match begins at 5pm local (4pm eastern) with the live online and television coverage beginning from ESPN at 3pm eastern.