Today the highly anticipated football World Cup 2014 is starting in Brazil. The tournament officially kicks off with an opening ceremony at 2pm ET followed by the first game: Brazil against Croatia. It was reported earlier this week that Jennifer Lopez cancelled, but now she is back in.
Earlier this week the FIFA said that Jennifer Lopez can't make it to the Opening Ceremony, but now everything changed again and she will perform. Together with Pit Pull and Claudia Lette she will perform the official World Cup song We Are One. According to a Tweet by Pitbull, Lopez is already in Brazil.
You can watch the opening ceremony live at 2pm ET on ESPN. ESPN is also streaming the World Cup 2014 live online. To access the ESPN World Cup 2014 online video stream you have to have a cable provider account.
The World Cup streams will be available on computers and mobile devices. ESPN will stream all 64 games on the WatchESPN and ESPN3 services.
The World Cup 2014 Opening Match Brazil against Croatia will kick-off at 4pm ET.
The first game of the USA soccer team is scheduled for Monday June 16. The Klinsmann team plays against Ghana.
We will report about the highlights of the World Cup 2014 over the next weeks on I4U News and on Sport Balla.
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