ESPN is a global TV network dedicated to sports. Its list of sister channels includes ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPN News, ESPNU, ESPN Classic, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Plus.
ESPN and ABC Sports are the U.S. English-language homes of the Men's and Women's FIFA World Cup events through 2014.
ESPN and its sister channels combine to present the most comprehensive soccer coverage in the United States, featuring the Major League Soccer (MLS), the nation's premier soccer league, as well as matches from various U.S. national teams.
All 18 regular-season matches (17 on ESPN2, one on ESPN) will be carried on ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes Radio and available via WatchESPN. Starting in 2015, ESPN2 and Fox Sports 1 will air a Sunday evening doubleheader of MLS games
US TV Channels ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC will combine to offer US viewers all 64 live matches in HD of the 2014 World Cup. WatchESPN will show all ESPN and ESPN2 matches. ESPN3, will present matches live in multiple languages. (English, Portuguese and Spanish).
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