Miami Beach, Florida (May 9, 2013) – FIFA Confederations Cup football comes to you live from Brazil in June as ESPN networks promise to live stream all matches between June 15 and June 30, 2013. As listed on the Confederations Cup page, LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has all the information you need to keep up with the live schedule of ESPN, ESPN Mobile TV, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNEWS and WatchESPN.
The world will witness a preview of what to anticipate at the World Cup next year with the likes of Neymar, Mario Balotelli, Juan Mata, Javier Hernandez and company poised to star in the competition. This summer, eight teams from six different zones will contest for the coveted trophy. The participants are: hosts Brazil and 2011 Copa America champions Uruguay (CONMEBOL), Euro 2012 runners-up Italy and champions Spain (UEFA), 2011 Asian Cup winners Japan (AFC), 2011 Gold Cup winners Mexico (CONCACAF), 2013 AFCON champions Nigeria (CAF) and 2012 OFC Nations Cup surprise winners Tahiti (OFC).
Five-time world champions Brazil entertain Chile in what promises to be an exciting Confederations Cup preparation game at the newly-renovated Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte.
Brazil, who have beaten Chile in 46 out of the 65 encounters between the sides, will be hoping to claim a convincing victory in their first game at a Brazil 2014 World Cup venue.
When you think of the Portuguese National Team, it is almost impossible to think of anything other than Cristiano Ronaldo. Unfortunately for the Real Madrid forward, he is not always able to put the nation on his back and carry them forward, leaving a lot of questions to be asked of Portugal's strikers.
From Hugo Almeida to Helder Postiga, Paulo Bento is not left with a pure goal scorer, making things extremely difficult in front of goal. While Hugo Almeida has the size, he is not all that convincing in front of goal, and does not always make things easy on himself.
Miami Beach, Florida (March 23, 2013) – Watching Brazil live on TV is most often an exciting affair. beIN SPORT has made plans to serve followers with several minutes of samba football this year. Yes, the Brazil World Tour kicked off on March 21 and will last till August 14, 2013. As listed by LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV), all games feature on beIN SPORT’s live TV schedule.
The Brazilians played a brilliant 2-2 draw against Italy in Geneva on Thursday to open their World Tour in preparation for next year’s big soccer fiesta. Had it not been for Mario Balotelli’s out-of-this-world equalizer, Luiz Felipe Scolari would be celebrating his first victory as a coach since replacing Mano Menezes last November.
2014 FIFA World Cup hosts Brazil take on Russia in what promises to be an exciting friendly match at Stamford Bridge, London, on Monday.
Brazil have yet to win a game since the arrival of Luiz Felipe Scolari last November, but after coming extremely close to doing so in their thrilling 2-2 draw with Italy last week, they will be looking to go a step further this…
Miami Beach, Florida (March 20, 2013) – The eyes of the world will be at the Stade de Geneve in Switzerland when five-time World Cup champions Brazil and Euro 2012 runners-up Italy will engage in a friendly on Thursday, March 21, 2013. Several countries from Africa, Asia and Europe have been listed in the live stream and TV schedule database of LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) for this headline match.
Nothing can spice up this international friendly match between Italy and Brazil more than the impact of two of world football’s most controversial players – Mario Balotelli of Milan and Neymar of Santos. These two strikers are much talked about in the headlines for everything they do – on the pitch, off the pitch and in press rooms.
Thursday's match will bring together two of the most successful countries the football world has ever seen. Between them, they have enjoyed nine World Cup Championships, making them the two most successful countries in the competition.
When you think of these two teams playing each other, it is difficult to not remember the historic match in the 1994 World Cup, when Roberto Baggio missed a penalty kick. During the World Cup of 1982 in Spain, the two sides also met in what is considered to be one of the most entertaining matches of all time, with the Italians emerging victorious, making that their last victory over the South Americans.
On Thursday, although it will be a friendly, fans around the world will gather to see these two football giants meet.
Miami Beach, Florida (February 12, 2013) – Live Soccer TV’s partnership with the world’s fastest-growing and largest live streaming platform USTREAM brings LSTV users something big: the live streaming of all 2013 FIFA Beach Soccer qualifiers for the CONMEBOL zone. Watch all group matches including knockout stage battles, Third place playoff and Fi live right on LiveSoccerTV.com.
The 2013 FIFA Beach Soccer CONMEBOL qualifiers successfully kicked off on February 10 and promise to thrill viewers throughout the week. Chile vs Peru, Colombia vs Paraguay and Ecuador vs Brazil produced some of the most exciting outcomes on Monday.
The temporary Parque Deportivo stadium in Merlo has become a hot spot to witness pure South American beach soccer talent. Catch the acrobatic moves, goals and all sublime saves live from Argentina on Live Soccer TV.
England in particular will take this tie seriously ahead of their World Cup qualifiers in March. Both the teams bolster some amazing attacking talents but the match may be ultimately decided on which team dominates the midfield.
Following injury to Manchester united man Michael Carrick his fellow teammate Tom Cleverly is expected to replace him in the starting lineup, with Arsenal prodigy Jack Wilshere and captain Steven Gerrard likely to partner him in the middle of the park.
The best thing about this trio is the flexibility they offer, all three players are capable of playing the holding as well as the advanced roles. This gives Roy Hodgson the option of using a 4-3-3 formation.
Miami Beach, Florida (February 5, 2013) – LiveSoccerTV.com has ensured its users with top quality information on live and repeat television broadcast listings in over 80 countries worldwide ahead of tomorrow’s international friendly matches across the globe.
Soccer fans have been treated with intense club football action since the beginning of the year. On February 6, players will don their country’s colours as a host of national teams keep building plans ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Big guns from South America and Europe are set to engage in thrilling friendly matches. Seven of the most gigantic clashes are Spain vs Uruguay, Netherlands vs Italy, Sweden vs Argentina, England vs Brazil, France vs Germany, Portugal vs Ecuador and Ireland Republic vs Poland.
In celebration of the FA's 150th anniversary, England will get a chance to square up against Brazil at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday night.
Brazil, five time World Champions will get a chance to show the world their abilities under Luis Felipe Scolari who just recently returned for his second stint with the Selecao.
The former Portugal manager is back at the helm in his native country where he led the Brazilian side to their fifth World Cup title. Along the way, Brazil managed to win all their matches including their three Group Stage matches.
beIN SPORT, America’s fastest-growing TV network, dedicated to live and exclusive coverage of the world’s best soccer and international sports, kicks off its coverage of the South American Youth Championship tournament live from Argentina on Wednesday…
Brazil will be eager to continue their impressive run of results when they take on South American rivals Colombia in what promises to be a highly-entertaining friendly match.
The 2014 World Cup hosts come into the game having won their last seven encounters, where they scored a whopping 26 goals and only conceded just one, with that goal coming in their 2-1 victory…
A couple of years after lifting the FIFA World Cup trophy in South Africa, Spain find themselves on the brink of commencing the winning process all over again. Spain’s World Cup qualifying campaign does not kick off on Friday.
La Furia Roja will entertain Saudi Arabia in an international friendly match while several qualifiers will take place across Europe. Vicente del Bosque will be hoping to witness a good rhythm within his squad.
For live coverage of Spain vs Saudi Arabia, count on ESPN3 in the United States, TVE La Primera in Spain, SuperSport 4 in Africa and Sport TV3 in Portugal. If you live in Australia, tune in to ESPN Australia or ESPN3 Australia. Check the latter in New Zealand or watch the match on ESPN Pacific Rim.