Live World Cup Scores
The 2014 FIFA World Cup promises to be a big an event as always. From the first kick-off on 12 June in São Paulo, all the way to the final minutes of the tournament on 13 July at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro; football fans everywhere will be on lockdown for the whole month. They’ll be watching intently the drama on the field and cheering their favourite team throughout.
Most games will take place in the evening for fans in Europe. Ten of the twelve venues chosen in Brazil are three hours behind GMT and the remaining two are four hours behind. The group stage matches will be played at 13:00, 16:00, 17:00, 18:00, 19:00 and 21:00 local time, with knockout stage matches at 13.00 and 17.00 local time. The semi-finals will be played at 17:00 local time and the Final, on 13 July 2014 will be played at 16:00 local time.
But for those unlucky folks who won’t be able to keep an eye on matches, fret not. Here at LiveWorldCupOdds.com we bring you the very latest news and scores, fresh off the field. It’s really the closest thing to actually being there!
Whether you’re on desktop or on mobile, keep it locked in at LiveWorldCupOdds.com to get access to the newest developments on the field. Goals, bookings, subs — you’ll have it all coming your way as soon as it happens.
Apart from live scores, we also bring you updated odds from all major online bookmakers as well as the latest tips on the market. You’ll always be in the loop on who to place your next bet on. At LiveWorldCupOdds.com, live scores meet live bets, for the most entertaining football experience you’ll have in 2014.